Jerome Jones

Weekend Anchor/Reporter

 

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Jerome Jones  the weekend news anchor for Alabama News Network. He also reports during the week and covers the Alabama Legislature and politics.

Jerome was born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana, but calls Montgomery home. For the past 15 years Jerome has been a resident of Montgomery, and is fully immersed into the River Region community.

Jerome graduated from Alabama State University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications. He is passionate about telling the stories of the people of the River Region and keeping the community informed through news reports.

Jerome believes that honest, accurate journalism is one of the most important jobs in the world. When he is not working, Jerome enjoys the various outdoor opportunities including hunting, fishing and outdoor adventures. Jerome’s hobbies include painting, gardening, wine-making and anything outdoors. A-S-U and Geaux Tigers!

 

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Articles

Hidden Treasures in the City of Prattville

For many people Prattville is known as the small town just a few miles north of Montgomery. Look past its shopping malls just off I-65, and this growing town is filled with southern…

8th Annual Veterans Prayer Breakfast

Hundreds of Veterans gathered in Montgomery this morning for a prayer breakfast. Covenant International Ministries provided breakfast for the veterans. The host speaker was Bishop Yvonne Jones. Organizer Felicia Jackson says this was a vision of Bishop Jones years ago.…

Habitat For Humanity Holds 90th Home Dedication

The Brown family walked into their new home today. The home is in the Brookview neighborhood in North Montgomery. They received the keys after completing the Habitat Housing Program. The family…

Women’s March in Montgomery

Today dozens of people gathered at the fountain on Dexter Avenue to make their voice heard  on women's rights and gender equality. The march was organized by Montgomery Pride United. MPU fights…

Wetumpka Tornado: Then and Now

On January 19th an EF-2 Tornado tore through downtown Wetumpka. Alabama News Network was among the first crews on the scene. What we saw was hard to describe. Destruction was everywhere. Powerpoles were snapped like toothpicks. Homes, businesses, and churches…

Local Federal Employees Work Without Pay

Willie Preston is the President of the American Federation of Government Employees, Local 4058.  AFGE is a union that represents federal prison workers and other federal workers. Willie and his…

Wetumpka Tornado Response Has Been Phenomenal

The clean up effort has been amazing in Wetumpka. On Saturday an EF-2 Tornado struck in Downtown causing extensive damage to at least 25 structures. First responders and Utility Crews were…