During a called meeting this morning a jovial Anniston City Council voted 5-0 to add Juneteenth to the city’s calendar of holidays. Read the full story
A Tennesee man was booked into the Calhoun County Jail Thursday after being arrested in Nashville while out on bond on an attempted murder charge in Calhoun County.
“I like that you have fun,” Kemari Morgan, 8, said of biking. “I like that I get to feel the breezy air and you get some exercise.”
Calhoun County will be under a flash flood watch from 7 a.m. Saturday to 7 p.m. Sunday, according to the county Emergency Management Agency.
The Anniston City Council will hold a special called meeting Saturday to add Juneteenth, the new federal holiday, to the schedule of city holidays.
Congress’ bipartisan attempt to assist military veterans who believe they were poisoned at Fort McClellan does not include co-sponsors from Alabama’s House delegation. But it is moving forward nonetheless.
A Heflin couple killed in a highway accident Wednesday afternoon will leave behind a huge void in the charitable goodness of Cleburne County, according to their friends.
“If you are not vaccinated, regardless of your age, you risk getting COVID-19,” said Dr. Rachael Lee, a UAB epidemiologist, in a Zoom press conference Thursday.
The West Anniston Foundation will hold a COVID vaccination clinic June 26 that will include drawings for $25 gift cards. People who return for a second dose will be eligible for a drawing for $500, according to the foundation’s announcement.
A judge sentenced a Selma man to three years in prison, followed by probation, after he pleaded guilty to his role in a 2019 car wreck that left a woman dead.
A Heflin couple died Wednesday afternoon after their car collided with a tractor on U.S. 78. in Anniston, just east of National Drive.
A Munford teenager accused of killing his mother and twin brothers in January 2020 was denied youthful offender status at a brief hearing Wednesday morning.
An Alabama statute requiring chemical castration for certain convicted child sex offenders has not been used after being passed two years ago.
State Finance Director Kelly Butler is retiring Aug. 1 due to medical complications that might be associated with ALS, commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease, Gov. Kay Ivey said.
Radiation Oncology Acceleration Research, a Birmingham-based nonprofit that raises money for cancer research at UAB Hospital, selected JSU Board of Trustees chair Randy Jones as the honoree for its 10th annual James Bond Gala.
Piedmont police chief Freddie Norton retired Tuesday, he said, after several department employees reportedly complained about him to the city.
Some 18,000 former students of shuttered for-profit education chain ITT Technical Institute will have their student loans forgiven, the U.S. Department of Education announced.
M&H Valve Company’s parent company, McWane Inc., is celebrating its 100th anniversary on Oct. 21. The McWane family of companies is finding multiple ways to celebrate throughout the year.
After July 6, City Council chamber spectators will no longer have the luxury of a mandatory mask to hide their smirks and Bronx cheers, if they happen to take issue with what's going on at the moment.
An Ashland cabinet company is seeking tax breaks in order to open a new facility at the site of the former Monarch Windows plant in Anniston.