What really sets the area apart is the trucks. The rise of Alabama's auto industry scattered auto suppliers across the eastern part of the state. Plunk said that business has added to what was already heavy truck traffic on a major east-west route.
"Admittance in the program is based on income and the number of people in the home, and you also have to live in the city limits," said Lori F…
Matthew Banks, chief nurse and chief operating officer at Stringfellow, said Susan Bagwell is a key employee at the hospital: "Susan is extrem…
What really sets the area apart is the trucks. The rise of Alabama's auto industry scattered auto suppliers across the eastern part of the sta…
Of all the roles Justin Foster played for Donoho’s football team this past season, he’ll add another next month when he represents the Falcons…
At the Glencoe Christmas tournament, Jordan Smith scored 22 points to lead Oxford’s girls basketball team to a 54-44 win over White Plains.
NEW ORLEANS — Put Alabama wide receiver Amari Cooper on the list of people who aren’t particularly fond of New Orleans.
Oxford police have arrested a man they describe as a "person of interest" in the deaths of two people found in a motel room Friday night.
Calhoun County District Judge Chris McIntyre on Monday sent an animal cruelty case involving an Anniston restaurant owner to a grand jury.
Oxford police Capt. L.G. Owens said the two were discovered by friends at the Super 8 motel on Alabama 21 South. Paramedics who answered the friends’ call for help notified police, Owens said.
Oxford police prevented a Talladega County woman from hanging herself in the city jail Friday evening.
Almost two dozen Anniston residents reported having their vehicles’ windows shattered by a pellet gun over the weekend, according to police reports.
Adrian Juwan Mathis, 38, was pronounced dead at around 9 a.m. Saturday, said Calhoun County Coroner Pat Brown.
Lincoln Police have confirmed the body found Nov. 22 belongs to Theresa Andrews Benn, who died as a result of homicide.
Holiday shoppers at the Oxford Exchange or Oxford Commons may have found themselves making a Christmas wish — that traffic wasn’t so congested. That wish could be granted a few years down the road.
A Piedmont man pleaded guilty Tuesday to murder in the death of a 28-year-old woman who disappeared in 2009.
Felicia White and her 9-year-old son shortly after Thanksgiving moved into a three-bedroom home with a crisp-white concrete drive, freshly planted grass and wood railing not yet tarnished by weather. Sitting at the kitchen table on a recent weekday afternoon, White said this Christmas would be their first holiday together in their own home.