Through the years, many people have asked The Vagabond about how the late Jerry Jones, former Etowah County Tax Assessor, first became interested in genealogy and history. We continue the story from last week...
Jerry Jones will never for-get the story of the massacres. When he was grown, Jerry began a search for anything that might add to the events thatRead more »
If there was ever any doubt about how politicians in Alabama feel about the federal government, just look at some of their campaign ads. During this past election, Alabama politicians spent millions of dollars on ads about how they would stand up to Washington and “fight Obama”. The phrase “federal overreach” is about as common now as hearing “Sweet HomeRead more »
Oh how the neighborhood was bustling with excitement and activities!
On Friday, Dec. 12, the Gadsden Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority held its 14th Annual Peppermint-Scholarship Ball. The 101-year old sorority was founded on Jan. 13, 1913, on the campus of Howard University by 22 young ladies whose legacy lives on as a sisterhood of collegeRead more »
Through the years, many people have asked The Vagabond about how the late Jerry Jones, who was the former Etowah County Tax Assessor, first became interested in genealogy and history.
When Jerry was eight years, old he went with his family to Old Harmony Cemetery in what is now Rainbow City. The purpose of the visit was to clean the gravesRead more »
The neighborhood scoop is buzzing with activities of Christmas themes for 2014.
The annual Mt. Zion Baptist Church Ladies Christmas was held on Nov. 29 at the Northeast Etowah Community Center in North Gadsden. The tables were decked with Christmas trees, angels, holly and beautiful shining lights. A festive program was presented by the ladies, with Sister Tammy B. Woods servingRead more »