A Shelby County man, charged with shooting his 18-year-old girlfriend and throwing her off a cliff, pleaded not guilty last month, according to court records filed Jan. 5.
With the help of volunteer guides, the veterans spent their weekend hunting deer on secluded depot property while trading stories and building friendships. The veterans were recognized for their participation and honored for their service during a closing ceremony Sunday.
More than a thousand people, some standing along the walls, packed the Anniston City Meeting Center for Monday's 15th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast and Youth Appreciation Day.
Killed last week in a traffic accident, Tracy Sanders leaves behind her family and a legacy of public service. “She wanted to save the world,” Sanders’ husband, Randall Sanders, said by phone Monday.
The upgraded equipment will help the JSU Center for Applied Forensics continue providing its crime scene investigation services to law enforcement agencies across seven counties.
City officials, community leaders and the public joined together at the Anniston City Meeting Center for the 15th annual Martin Luther Kind Jr. Breakfast and Youth Participation Day.
IN THE 20 years I spent as a sports writer for this newspaper, one of my favorite places was Auburn, The Loveliest Village on The Plains. Knowing and visiting with Auburn’s football coach, the late Ralph “Shug” Jordan, is one of my forever soft memories.
In five days Barack Obama will become a former president. History will decide whether he’s the cool, professorial reformer many in the press seemed to see, or the far-seeing peacemaker the Nobel committee lauded, or the ominous figure depicted in a thousand red-state political ads.
According to the National Weather Service, temperatures in Calhoun County reached 75 degrees Saturday, breaking a record 73-degree high made in 2007 on the same day.
The expert also holds that federal law provides a recreational pilot can fly almost anywhere in the sky, as long as take-off and and touch-down happen on public, or, with permission, privately-owned property.
After many jokes and a few tears in front of a full audience, judges Shannon Page and Tom Wright along with Calhoun County District Attorney Brian McVeigh took their oaths of office during a combined swearing-in ceremony Friday afternoon.
The Carver Community Center enter initially hosted the event, but it has grown so much that organizers had to move it to a larger venue. This Monday it will be at the Anniston Meeting Center at 9 a.m.
Anniston officials on Friday were awaiting word from the National Park Service as to how the city’s new Freedom Riders National Park will take shape.
That’s been done, according to the Federal Emergency Management Agency, which oversees the Center for Domestic Preparedness in Anniston, but it was unclear Friday whether the new masks also meet other federal guidelines that regulate their use at the Anniston facility.
Hearst Television and Cable One announced a deal Friday on the rates Cable One must pay to carry the national news distributor’s TV channels, according to a release from the Birmingham station that hung in the balance.
Tracy Sanders, chief of the Mount Olive Volunteer Fire Department, was killed Friday in a three-vehicle wreck in Ohatchee, according to officials.