This year’s Veterans Day ceremony at the veterans’ memorial on Quintard Avenue in Anniston has been cancelled, organizer Ken Rollins announced Wednesday morning. Read the full story
A new website, Alabama Family Central, aims to provide parents and caregivers easy-to-access resources on child care, education, family services and health services.
Plans for a new state veterans home in Enterprise are progressing this week with a contract for $3.7 million under review at Thursday’s Legislative Contract Review Committee meeting.
With the start of the flu season now upon us, some of the state’s leading medical and health organizations are calling on Alabamians to get a flu shot.
Enrollment in Calhoun County Schools had risen smartly in the past couple of years in the mid-1940s, but schools’ physical campuses were in dire need of attention.
The United States census deadline has been moved to Oct. 5, allowing more time for people to participate and earn tax dollars for their communities.
The Anniston Star hosts a forum for candidates in the upcoming Anniston runoff election at 4 p.m. Thursday at Anniston High School auditorium, and live on the Star's Facebook page.
Chris Collins, the chief who built up the Anniston Fire Department's training facilities and led the department through the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic, will retire Oct. 8 after 24 years.
Money troubles have forced the county commission into difficult budgeting process for 1995-96, even resulting in cutbacks to the DA’s office.
Mike Pollard, one of the founders of Way of Life Fellowship in Ranburne, said the parade will either be on the 10th or 17th of October. He said it’s important for the parade to be held before presidential Election Day, Nov. 3.
Alabama's General Fund and education budgets will end the fiscal year this week able to tuck money away into reserve accounts.
A man faces numerous felony charges Monday afternoon after he allegedly kidnapped and assaulted a woman that morning.
It takes a mature, dedicated group of volunteers to keep big-name talent happy, but they do, and that’s why the big names keep appearing on the Knox stage.
Not only did Oxford's freshly passed 1996 budget allow for a 6 percent raise for all employees, it also anticipates the creation of a new community center at the old Friendship School.
Parking meters were on city commissioners' minds as a way to raise money and keep cars from lingering too long in the shopping district in 1945.