These southeastern Wiregrass counties are home to industries including agriculture, aerospace, plastics, metals and more.
Historic homes like Fendall Hall, museums, walking trails and more attract visitors to these three counties.
Improvements to downtown areas, schools and parks are underway in these three counties.
Troy University and Wallace Community College provide several certificate and degree options for area residents.
The individuals who help shape the communities of Pike, Barbour and Bullock counties, including Philip Clayton of the Eufaula Barbour County Chamber.
Three medical facilities serve the residents of Pike, Barbour and Bullock counties, including Medical Center Barbour in Eufaula.
From flour to Javelin missiles, these three counties' economies continue to diversify and grow.
Ecore International, a flooring and surface products manufacturer, has announced plans for a $25 million plant in Ozark.
Tennessee-based SmartBank has acquired a historic downtown Dothan building and will move its Dothan branch there
The HudsonAlpha Wiregrass institute will focus on education, agricultural research and economic development.