It’s the time of year when food banks and pantries are asking for food supplies as communities become aware of local residents needing assistance in providing essential meals for their families.
A Calhoun City alderman left Tuesday’s meeting abruptly after objecting to what he said were unneccessary special meetings during the past month.
The Bruce board approved a low bid for the $1 million sewer improvement project in the city, ruled on a citizen’s complaint regarding a high water bill, and considered regulations for a possible taxi service interested in coming to the city Tuesday night.
Derma board of aldermen voted on a design for new welcome signs at the regular meeting of the board last night.
Vardaman board of aldermen voted to take legal action against Jay Vanlandingham of Vardaman at the regular meeting of the board last night.
Incumbents dominated Tuesday’s election results with Sen. Thad Cochran, U.S. Rep. Alan Nunnelee, Judge Glenn Alderson and Judge Bob Whitwell all winning re-election.
The Pittsboro board discussed a citizen’s complaint regarding a high water bill and agreed to seek some surplus property in a brief meeting Tuesday night.
Calhoun Countians will go to the polls next Tuesday, Nov. 4 to cast votes in five contested races and a proposed constitutional amendment.
The 41st Annual Vardaman Sweet Potato Festival continues this week with the crowning for the next queen and the annual banquet Saturday night.
Calhoun County Supervisors approved a bridge replacement on Duncan Hill Road and set holidays for county offices for the coming months at a Monday morning meeting in Pittsboro.