During Wednesday’s Alabama Community College System board meeting, Vice Chancellor Susan Price told board members that the current number of registered students is 55,981, down from 70,938 during the 2019 fall semester. Read the full story
Windsor's Super Valu was a super-handy place for Golden Springs residents to get their groceries during the subdivision's earlier years, but competition eventually, in 1995, took its toll.
A representative of Montgomery-based investment banking firm Frazier Lanier told council members during their Tuesday night meeting that low interest rates have allowed them to realize savings in the millions by refinancing obligation warrants from 2013-15 and 2017-18.
The Heflin City Council voted unanimously to allocate $10,000 from its general fund to hire a contractor to cut the rights of way in the city. The vote authorizes Heflin Mayor Rudy Rooks to seek bids for the seasonal project.
The road work now underway on Noble Street in downtown Anniston is part of the city's effort to improve its network of bike lanes, city planner Toby Bennington said Tuesday.
The news crew with Mike Wallace wasn't here because of some scandal or malfeasance in official circles. They were here actually because folks did their jobs.
The City Council will hear its final public comments about what to do with a Confederate monument on Public Square on Aug. 24, the date of its next meeting, before making a final decision on its fate.
The county’s transportation plan is a list of road and bridge projects funded by the Federal Aid Exchange Fund and the County Rebuild Alabama Fund. The county had to decide which projects to fund by Aug. 31.
Some Alabama leaders on Monday said that if the state had to come up with a 25 percent match for President Donald Trump’s proposed unemployment benefit extension, it would have to opt out of the additional support for those out of work.
Calhoun County's official death toll from COVID-19 rose to 17 over the weekend, according to numbers released Monday morning by the Alabama Department of Public Health.
This time we mean it: Much celebration is expected when Japan surrenders, as it seems likely to do, so Anniston business and elected leaders have come up with a plan on how to manage that.
Eli Henderson’s true size was hard to gauge, watching him every other week with the family he had made inside county offices. Physically, he looked a bit over 5 feet tall. Spiritually, Henderson was a mountain.
Mayor Rudy Rooks said the report was given to him by a “third party” and it was not for distribution. “It was circulated through the council but was never brought up in a meeting,” he said.
The number of child abuse and neglect reports to the state dropped significantly in the spring when the coronavirus outbreak abruptly closed schools and child care centers and fewer eyes were on children.
One hot Atlanta afternoon a chance glimpse of an older welder in his 50s spurred the man who last month became chief of the Anniston Police Department to follow his heart.
Among the hundred other things on Ray Hill’s mind right now, there’s the question of how to make kindergartners think face shields are fun.
Eli Henderson, longtime Calhoun County Commissioner, died early Friday afternoon at Regional Medical Center in Anniston due to COVID-19, according to his family.