JACKSONVILLE — Less than a week remains in a battle between Cherokee and Anderson counties to see which can raise more money to see a man walk in a woman's shoes.
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A petition filed in the 2nd District Court on March 6 by Pct. 4 Justice of the Peace Vera Foreman claiming Republican primary candidate Rodney P. Wallace does not meet county residency requirements could go before a visiting judge as early as mid-April.
Jacksonville City Councilman Jeff Smith made a decision in November 2006 that changed his life forever.
He decided to tackle his weight concerns by having a gastric bypass surgery and stop being what he describes as "a walking heart attack."
During Monday's 6 p.m. council meeting at Alto City Hall, civic leaders will consider action on a street paving project and purchase of a new vehicle for the utility department, according to a meeting agenda.
Upcoming school board elections and transportation are on the agenda of Monday's JISD board of trustees' 6:30 p.m. meeting at the JISD Administration Building.
Katie Landrum and her dog, Zoey, recently participated in two agility trials.
The Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce would like to welcome its newest member, Traditions Restaurant & Catering at 6205 S. Broadway, Tyler.
Do you know where your food comes from? Here're some hints – it's not the local burger joint, the freezer or a can.
Jacksonville High School senior and videographer Brackston McKnight can not only tell you-- he can show you. The 18-year-old won this year's Nation-al Ag Day video contest with his stop-motion video starring a pint-sized cast of Lego people.
H.O.P.E. Executive Director Allison Hale knows that if services like those offered at the facility she now leads were offered during her childhood to her mother, it would have made a huge impact on her life.
A product of a single-parent home, Hale said she understands what it's like to be in need of “a hand up.”
Several arrests were made Tuesday in Cherokee County with the help of other law enforcement agencies, according to a news release.
The Daily Progress will publish a list of arrests from the Cherokee County Sheriff's Office on a weekly basis.