Plans to expand the circle city`s busiest roadway are still in the works. The future widening of Ross Clark Circle was a hot topic at Tuesday`s City Commission Meeting. Last week, the mayor and city manager met with local highway directors to discuss the city taking over complete responsibility for improvements to the circle. The project is desperately needed as a growing population is leading to more and more congestion. The city also is concerned about the maintenance of roads and lawns around the circle, and they`re asking the Department of Transporation to help in the matter. Construction plans are not on the immediate agenda as the city has to go through the State Legislature to finalize the proposed project. Mayor Sowell says it will be up to five years before any roadwork actually gets completed.
Adopt a Pet 5-17-2013
The Dothan Animal Shelter and Save a Pet need your help in placing lovable animals into good homes.
Two Dothan Men Arrested for Burglary
Ryan Rodriguez and Lamar Wade were arrested for breaking into a Dothan home.
Unedited: James Reading Seeks Another Term
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Houston County Rabies Clinic Offered Saturday
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WCSO Deputies Use Bike Patrol as Another Crime-Fighting Tool
The Walton County Sheriff's Office adds bike patrol to their department.
Students Get Fit Using Video Games
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House Agriculture Committee Approves New Farm Bill
New five year bill includes cost savings and reforms.
Governor Rick Scott Announces Florida's 2012 Uniform Crime Report
Floridians are safer today than any time in the last 42 years.
Sessions Applauds Letter On Water Reservoirs
Senator Jeff Sessions issued a statement concerning the use of federal reservoirs.
Memorial Day Brings Lifesaving Seatbelt Warning
Click It or Ticket Launching to Remind All Motorists to Buckle Up