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Spring Fever Chase held in Fairhope
The 10K run and 2-mile fun run/walk, sponsored by Thomas Hospital, an affiliate of Infirmary Health, and Wells Fargo, took both runners and walkers on a beautiful and challenging course through the neighborhoods of Fairhope overlooking Mobile Bay.
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USA student dies in campus residence hall early Saturday
The University of South Alabama Police Department was investigating a student's death early Saturday at residence hall on campus.
Fri Mar 14, 2014
Expert: Flushing effectiveness mixed
Kayla Sue Jacobs, a volunteer with Mountain Justice, advertises free bottled water the environmental group was handing out Friday at the Capitol.
University of South Alabama athletes collecting shoes for the less fortunate, inspired to...
The University of South Alabama Student Athlete Advisory Committee is collecting shoes for people living in poverty and is reaching out to the Mobile community for help with the cause.
2 die in Moss Point house fire
Jackson County Coroner Vicki Broadus identified the victims as 60-year-old Guawaina Cooley of Moss Point and 49-year-old Penny Doyle, a relative visiting her from Mobile.
Proposal aims to exempt property owners near Ladd-Peebles Stadium from paying business license
Jerryln London, who owns private property next to Ladd-Peebles Stadium in Mobile, Ala., holds up her receipt from paying a one-day business license during the Senior Bowl on Jan. 25, 2014.
Rewriting history: Was Oakleigh's Cook's House built for Yankee soldiers?
Over the decades, the small outbuilding has had many uses. By tradition, Oakleigh's docents have described it as one of the last remaining detached kitchens and servant living quarters in the region.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
Scholarship named for Southpace Properties' Lauriello
John Lauriello, principal at Southpace Properties, will have an annual scholarship endowed in his name for University of South Alabama students.
The Washington Post
Dona t underestimate importance of religion for understanding Russiaa s actions in Crimea
Russia's President Vladimir Putin and Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia Kirill arrive for the meeting with Russian Orthodox church bishops in Moscow on Feb. 1, 2013.
Months in, David Rosenbaum brings sustainability to UM Press
Before the job of director was ever offered to him, David Rosenbaum wrote a 38-page report, "Toward Sustainability," to see if he could diagnose the University of Missouri Press' issues.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Pilot out of ICU after Cessna crash in Fairhope
A pilot who survived a crash on Saturday is out of intensive care but remains at the University of South Alabama Medical Center in Mobile.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Student's autopsy not available for up to 2 weeks
Twelve-year-old Lorel Malone was involved in a fight Thursday at Magnolia Middle School and died the following morning at the University of South Alabama Women's & Children's Hospital in Mobile.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
USA Board of Trustees updates bylaws on trustee selection, length of term
Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley signs a bill to realign University of South Alabama trustees' districts and reduces trustees' terms from 12 to six years.
USA's glass program coordinator to speak at GSPC lunch March 13
Want to learn more about the art of glassmaking? Rene Culler, assistant professor at the University of South Alabama, will give a presentation on USA's glass program on Thursday, March 13, at Government Street Presbyterian Church's lunch forum.
Civil immunity could be issue in suit involving University of South Alabama police...
University of South Alabama police Office Trevis Austin, left, escorts Jaguars football coach Joey Jones on to the field during a game in this Facebook photo, posted in November 2009.
Beaverton Valley Times
Here she is ... Miss Washington County - Friday, 07 March 2014 19:48
Three young women with ties to Washington County were crowned Saturday evening, advancing them to the Miss Oregon pageant in Seaside June 21 to 28. Elizabeth Denny, 23, was crowned Miss Metro West 2014 and Twila Tschan, 24, won Miss Washington County 2014; both women were awarded $500 scholarships.
Why the Crimean crisis matters to Alabama
When I use the term "the fall of the Wall' in my history classes at the University of South Alabama, students usually greet me with blank faces.
Harvard Bioscience Names Ronald Aplin to Vice President Global Operations and Quality
Harvard Bioscience, Inc. , a global developer, manufacturer, and marketer of a broad range of tools to advance life science research, has named Ronald Aplin to Vice President Global Operations and Quality, effective immediately.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Memphis Commercial Appeal
Mississippi Briefs: Southaven nets more than $24,000 from amnesty program
This is the fourth time the police and court departments have held the "Operation Safe Surrender" program that allows people with outstanding misdemeanor warrants to come to court and clear them.
Alabama artists, art lovers converge for 40th Festival of Art in Orange Beach
Rachel Wright blows glass during a demonstration in the Hot Shop. Hundreds of people came out for the 40th annual Festival of Art at the Coastal Arts Center in Orange Beach on Saturday, March 8, 2014.