It's one of those rare weekends when Alabama, Auburn and Jacksonville State are all at home, but it won't be that rare in the coming weeks.
TUSCALOOSA — Long a proponent of a 10th assistant coach, Nick Saban sought to shore up some inconsistencies within his coaching staff when the NCAA finally added an additional assistant this offseason.
As Jacksonville State University’s Burgess-Snow Field prepares to host the Alabama & Friends benefit concert Wednesday night, local businesses and law enforcement are readying themselves for the more than 20,000 expected attendees.
Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice candidate Bob Vance Jr. spoke to the Calhoun County Democratic Party on Thursday, telling more than 50 supporters what he called “a tale of two judges.”
JACKSONVILLE — Jacksonville State's Jim Case is still in the process of moving into his office at the school's new baseball stadium, but he already loves the view.
Alexandria hasn’t won a Calhoun County volleyball tournament since its current head coach, Whitney Welch, was in high school in 2001. But that hasn’t stopped her from speaking the truth about the tournament.
The circus comes to town, another marquee game in 3A, Region 6 and teams off to big starts facing big challenges dot the schedule this week. Let’s get right to the storylines:
- Police, restaurants prepare for JSU concert crowds
- Judicial candidate Vance brings campaign to Anniston
- Public Record: Sept. 8, 2018 -- Sept. 14, 2018
- Look Back ... to Alabama's share of the Olympics, 1993
- UPDATED: Georgia police identify Anniston native as deceased suspect in restaurant robbery
- Congressman Rogers talks about depot work, fresh rural water
- Anniston police hope recruits can meet fitness standards
- JSU says Opportunity Center not approved for using school's logo on Rogers campaign shirts
- Alexandria nurse sentenced to probation in elder-abuse case
- Calhoun County school board sets salary range for new superintendent
- Check scammer hit county courts, circuit clerk says
- Look Back ... to allocations of shotgun shells, 1943
- George Smith: Sherman tanks make parking more difficult
- Anniston City Council hires architect for City Hall transition
- Mobile home approval draws neighbors’ ire against Piedmont City Council
- City Council learns how lack of school audit affects city finances
- Cleburne County preps for annual yard sale
- Judge grants injunction against plumbing company
- Anniston leaders praise spirit of housing improvement project
- Anniston Freemasons to feed first responders Saturday
- Letting his play do the talking, Packers tight end Jimmy Graham aims to continue increasing productivity
- YOU DECIDE: Which game should we broadcast LIVE next Friday?
- Baker Mayfield makes NFL debut, takes over for injured Tyrod Taylor
- Arcia becomes the 1st player to pitch, catch, homer
- Voit hits HR to set Yankees, MLB mark
- A's put up 21 runs against the Angels
- Mark Edwards' picks: Home, sweet home for Tide, Tigers, Jax State
- A's offense blitzes Halos in a 21-3 victory: 9/20/18
- Midland men blank Doane
- Auburn football: Malzahn confirms trio are gone from team
- Banks' addition already helping shore up Alabama special teams
- LSU starting LT Saahdiq Charles "very questionable" against Louisiana Tech, Ed Orgeron says
- Sports Illustrated leaves McKale Center out of its top 10 toughest home courts
- Condensed Game: LAA@OAK - 9/20/18
- Chatting Cage: Jacob deGrom answers fan questions
- Dossey saves Missouri in scoreless tie with Georgia
- HALLMAN: Dale Earnhardt Jr. excited, and a bit anxious, about driving Friday night at Richmond Raceway
- Xavier Woods expected to return to Cowboys lineup
- Lattimore, Saints look to limit Falcons big plays
- Hub Arkush: The best thing for Trubisky and Bears offense is heavier helping of Howard
On a map, Alabama’s 3rd Congressional District hugs the Georgia state line and stretches from the outskirts of Fort Payne to well below Phenix City. It sneaks into the suburbs of Birmingham and Montgomery. It also includes one of the state’s largest universities, the state’s highest point an…
It’s not every day you find Paul Finebaum in a cookbook. The legendary sports personality has written the foreword to “The All-New Official SEC Tailgating Cookbook,” by the editors of Southern Living (Oxmoor House, $24.99). In addition to 150 tailgating recipes, the book includes history, tr…