About 30 people sat around the Zinn Park's Martin Luther King Jr. pavilion to hear doctors give information about the COVID-19 vaccine and answer questions. Read the full story
Anniston’s school board last week voted to “start the process” of closing Tenth Street, a declaration of intent that has policymakers now waiting like parents in a pickup line.
By 2000, the city’s population dipped another 5.5 percent, and it didn’t get better in 2010 (a 14.5 percent loss) or 2020 (a 7.5 percent loss). Sounds like Anniston, but it isn't.
Members of the Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce assembled via Zoom Friday in a virtual version of the chamber’s annual update on the status of the state and local economy.
The bill, which has yet to be introduced for addition to the 2021 Alabama legislative session and as yet has no named sponsor, would distribute part of the county’s overhead among cities.
Next week’s Opioid Roundtable will be a virtual version of the annual anti-drug event organized by the Anniston-based nonprofit Agency for Substance Abuse Prevention.
This unholy tilt is embedded within what James Cobb, the superb Deep South chronicler at the University of Georgia, calls the Southern strategy of labor relations.
In a news release, the company announced its Lincoln auto plant has received the award for the fourth time, with the onsite engine plant receiving it for the second time.
A Delta man remained in the Cleburne County Jail on Thursday after authorities in Georgia charged him with murder in the death of a Heflin woman earlier this month.
It’s almost springtime, which in Alabama means it’s almost severe weather season, as March through May see the highest frequency of tornado activity throughout the year.
A bill in the Alabama Legislature would stop the growth of police jurisdictions in the state and rein in municipalities’ ability to enforce planning and zoning requirements outside their limits.
Alabama’s House of Repreresentatives unanimously passed two bills related to denying bail for those accused of committing violent crimes and creating a sexual assault survivor “bill of rights” on Tuesday.
The Oxford City Council Tuesday OK'd an application to the state’s Department of Economic and Community Affairs for 80 percent of the cost to replace the dilapidated bridge.
The Talladega National Forest-Shoal Creek Ranger District has announced a prescribed burn today of about 1,800 acres.
According to Kim Brown, Cleburne County administrator, the county’s share of the $2.2 trillion economic stimulus bill signed into law last March was $550,000.
The Alabama Senate is set to take up debate about a wide-ranging lottery and gambling bill by Sen. Del Marsh, R-Anniston — but some of Marsh’s colleagues in the House are taking a wait-and-see approach before supporting the plan.
Gov. Kay Ivey proclaimed Monday Supermarket Employee Day in Alabama as a way to honor grocery store workers who continued to work throughout the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic.