Police give back to crime victim families
Mobile Police are giving back to families of crime victims this holiday season.
Great Southern Wood, a company that “produces and distributes appearance-grade, pressure-treated lumber marketed for decks, fences and landscaping projects,” will expand its treatment facility in Mobile. The $13.7 million expansion is expected to bring 12 new jobs and keep on the 78 jobs previously there. https://www.wkrg.com/mobile-county/great-southern-wood-plans-14-million-expansion-project-in-mobile-mobile-chamber/
The Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office said they “scored a major arrest” Thursday when they arrested a convicted felon who was found with several guns, over 4,000 grams of marijuana, cocaine and cash, according to a release from the OCSO. https://www.wkrg.com/northwest-florida/okaloosa-county/florida-man-busted-with-9-pounds-marijuana-120-grams-cocaine/
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention expanded the availability of COVID-19 vaccines for children from six months to five-years-old, according to a release from the CDC. Mobile County Health Department officials said they have those vaccines available at several locations. https://www.wkrg.com/mobile-county/mobile-county-offers-covid-vaccines-for-children-following-cdc-update/