The 29th Oxfordfest will spread across the city’s Main and Choccolocco Streets on Saturday.
While two families were mourning the loss of three women in a Tuesday car crash, law enforcement officials said Wednesday that the accident could have been avoided had the Ohatchee man responsible for the wreck received proper mental health treatment.
Anniston schools Superintendent Darren Douthitt on Wednesday endorsed incumbent Councilman Seyram Selase in the city’s Ward 3 race. Selase faces former Councilman Ben Little in the Oct. 4 runoff.
The director estimates it will cost between $10 million and $15 million to develop four planned retail and commercial tracts on McClellan, providing roads and utilities services to those properties to better market them to investors.
On trial before a judicial panel for allegedly defying a federal court order, Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore said Wednesday that he never ordered the state's probate judges to disobey the historic 2015 U.S. Supreme Court ruling legalizing same-sex marriage
The driver of the truck passed a deputy, running a red light, on Noble Street, according to Chief Deputy Matthew Wade of the Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office. Wade said the suspect was speeding down Old Gadsden Highway and lost control at a curve near the intersection with Alexandria Road.
The Oxford City Council on Tuesday approved a budget that pays for government services through the fiscal year beginning Oct. 1, and projects a $300,000 surplus at that year’s end.
The state Department of Conservation and Natural Resources put out a call Tuesday afternoon for people to visit the parks this week, in hopes of topping the 5-million-visitor mark by the end of the fiscal year.
Candidates in the Anniston City Council and Board of Education runoffs collected campaign donations last week from similar revenue streams they’d tapped in past weeks, according to campaign finance records filed Monday.
When Reaching Out International makes its monthly visits to Cleburne County, hundreds of people normally show up to get some of the food the group brings.
The Public Library of Anniston-Calhoun County will cut hours of operation at a West Anniston satellite location and at a repository of local historical information, according to an online notice.
Along with the athletic teams, all 22 of the school’s clubs were represented at the event. Several programs were also on display, including the school’s health-science pathway program, which began this year.
Circuit Judge Debra Jones on Sept. 19 dismissed the suit filed by Kathy Jackson, which sought to overturn the results of the Aug. 23 election, the Hobson City resident’s fifth failed attempt at the mayor’s office.