Three is enough?: City council considers new ordinance to limit number of dogs in each home

Three is enough?: City council considers new ordinance to limit number of dogs in each home

    A new leash law the City of Troy is considering may put a limit to the number of dogs each residence is allowed. ... Read more  | 3 comments

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Former police chief testifies in officer rape case

Prosecutors played more taped interviews in the third day of a former police officer’s trial for raping a child. According to prosecutors, four years after ... Read more

  1. Goshen council OKs water meter project
  2. World’s Widest Yard Sale comes to Pike County
  3. Burglary suspects arrested

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Brundidge Rotary hosts scholarship applicants

Brundidge Rotary hosts scholarship applicants

The Brundidge Rotary Club hosted the 15 applicants for the club’s 2014 Rotary Scholarships at its Wednesday meeting. Chip Wallace, chair of the club’s scholarship ... Read more

Heavy rains cause sewage backup in Brundidge

Drainage and sewage in the 6th Avenue area were the topics of discussion at the Tuesday meeting of the Brundidge City Council. Recent heavy rains ... Read more

Rape victim testifies a second day

Rape victim testifies a second day

Jurors heard from the alleged victim of sex crimes committed by retired police officer Willie Toney during the second day of his trial. This time, ... Read more  | 1 comment

Virtual high school gets green light

The Pike County Board of Education approved the Pike County School System’s Virtual High School Program Options Admission Criteria at its Monday meeting. Dr. Mark ... Read more

PHOTO GALLERY: Jazz concert kicks off TroyFest 2014

PHOTO GALLERY: Jazz concert kicks off TroyFest 2014

Messenger Photos/Mona Moore TroyFest 2014 officially kicked off with Tuesday’s jazz concert hosted by the City of Troy at The Studio. The concert featured the ... Read more

  1. Easter snap makes believers of all
  2. Gardner wins TroyFest t-shirt design contest
  3. Postal employees ready for last-minute tax filers
  4. Theft foiled by armed resident  | 1 comment
  5. Historic downtown walks continue
  6. Jazz concert Tuesday officially kicks off TroyFest
  7. Concert pays tribute to Rex Locklar
  8. Retired officer’s rape trial begins  | 3 comments
  9. Commissioners close County Road 3319 indefinitely
  10. Sex offender moves too close to day care
  11. Brundidge students learn about community (PHOTO GALLERY)
  12. Cast of folklife play marks end to 25th season in Brundidge
  13. Empty bowls fill Salvation Army coffers
  14. Be aware, be safe in parking lots, police say
  15. Goshen uses arts to teach Common Core standards (PHOTO GALLERY)
  16. Historic walking tours continue in Troy, Brundidge
  17. Mobile site visit to help voters with photo ID
  18. CAC’s Lewis setting sail for college
  19. Missing plane’s saga stirs memories
  20. Woman shoots boyfriend in eye
  21. Health and Wellness Center opens at Sportsplex
  22. Female Factor speaker: Details can save lives
  23. MONEY MATTERS: Young Boozer shares insight with students
  24. Perry earns 2014 Ms. TH&R crown

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Sports

Silent night

Silent night

Elba quiets Goshen in 6-2 win to take control of area championship race ELBA – Goshen’s Wednesday afternoon in Elba can be summed up in ... Read more

  1. Two Charles Henderson archers qualify for Nationals
  2. McCollough: NCAA deserves pat on the back for finally doing something right
  3. Game inside a game
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Former police chief testifies in officer rape case

Prosecutors played more taped interviews in the third day of a former police officer’s trial for raping a child. According to prosecutors, four years after ... Read more

Lifestyles

PHOTO GALLERY: Jazz concert kicks off TroyFest 2014

PHOTO GALLERY: Jazz concert kicks off TroyFest 2014

Messenger Photos/Mona Moore TroyFest 2014 officially kicked off with Tuesday’s jazz concert hosted by the City of Troy at The Studio. The concert featured the ... Read more

Editorials

Walking tours a good thing

If you want to learn more about Pike County, what better way to do it than spend a sunny spring day walking through historic areas? Read more

Columns & Opinions

Spring fever brings memories of cleaning and camp

Daffodils bring on spring fever, and I’ve had a full-blown case of it. Not the kind of ... Read more

Blogs

Now is the time to help those who’ve lost so much

My husband and I were returning from a trip to visit his family in Montgomery on Christmas night and passed by Brantley Mobile Home Park ... Read more

Letters to the Editor

Jackson: Loggers, roads remain a concern

In January of 2013 the Pike County Commission determined to forgo a possible logging ordinance, after several meetings at which representatives from the logging industry ... Read more