Democratic sheriff nomination not black or white, perhaps not even Grey.
July 24, 2006
Residential going vertical: Is Atlanta the north star in the Southern constellation?
July 23, 2006
Spencer's gone and the Dog Days of Summer are here.
July 22, 2006
The Political Round-Up: Redneck women; putting out fires on the bayou; an ex-sheriff on steroids and streaking; RSA says 'no deal'; "Savile Sam' traveling light; will it be a long, Strange trip to the governor's mansion in 2010?
The wild rumor that wouldn't die: For the longest time, it was whispered on golf courses and in area watering holes that Shell Oil would abandon its 656,000 square foot corporate presence in post-Katrina New Orleans and relocate in Mobile, some of the more rarefied speculation featuring Shell's purchase of the RSA Tower. Alas, let this serve as a death notice for one of the area's more long-lived and tenacious rumors. May it rest in peace.
Getting even with Steven: No text-messaging for Emily. Update in Fun & Games.
July 20, 2006
After 41 years, the state's longest serving judge has decided to leave the Mobile County circuit bench three months before his term of office expires.
Mobile Mayor Sam Jones will join Carnival Cruise Line officials for a news conference on Monday, July 24, 2006 at 10 a.m. on the third floor of the Alabama Cruise Terminal here. No details about the announcement were released.
Investigators are still trying to determine what caused a small jet bound for Rochester, Minnesota to crash in a northeast Iowa cornfield on Wednesday, killing two pilots and injuring two other men, including Robert Paulk, the top executive at Paulk's Moving and Storage here.