Brundidge

Pike County Farmers Prepare for Harvest Season

Drought conditions continue to affect parts of the state -especially in Pike County, where farmers are getting ready to pick their crops. “You have your scattered rain and this is just one of the places that ain’t just got enough rain. It’s the later cotton and peanuts that need a little bit more rain to finish them up,” Pike County…

Man Arrested in Connection with Brundidge Robbery Homicide

A man is behind bars tonight in Pike County in connection with last week’s deadly gas station robbery in Brundidge. Authorities say the suspect has a long criminal record. Leon Terrell Flowers, 23, of Troy, has been arrested and charged in the robbery-homicide at the J&S Buy Rite gas station in Brundidge. He’s been charged with Capital Murder and Robbery…

Surveillance Video Released in Brundidge Gas Station Robbery-Homicide

Authorities say a $4,000 reward is being offered for any information that leads to an arrest in the Brundidge gas station robbery-homicide.  Brundidge police say that 30-year-old Neil Kumar was shot and killed during a robbery at the Gulf gas station on Highway 10 Wednesday morning. Surveillance videos shows what appears to be a male enter the store and draw…

Brundidge Woman Killed in Coffee County Wreck

Alabama State Troopers say a Brundidge woman was killed this morning in a one-car crash in Coffee County. State troopers say 47-year-old Vanessa Terry was killed when her car hit a tree around 7:45 a.m. Terry was pronounced dead at the scene. The crash happened on Alabama Highway 125 near the eight mile marker. State Troopers are still investigating why…

Brundidge Family Dollar Going Out of Business

Over 100 Family Dollar stores are closing their doors nation-wide. That number includes five in Alabama, and one is located in the small town of Brundidge. “Anytime you lose a business, it’s always devastating to the community,” Brundidge Mayor Isabell Boyd says. Family Dollar is run by Dollar Tree. It previously announced hundreds of store closings in 2019. Closing banners…