Around 50 people gathered at Centennial Memorial Park on Sunday afternoon, some holding signs, many chanting “Justice for all, equality for all,” as they crossed Quintard Avenue. Read the full story
For two years a U.S. vehicle manufacturer ran operations at the depot. But on this date, it was announced that arrangement would end in August.
The COVID-19 pandemic — which has shut down bicycle factories in China — combined with the stay-at-home order issued by state officials last month has created a bicycle shortage. Bike shops are churning uphill to keep up with an increased demand from consumers who want to get out and exercise during the pandemic.
Dan Sawyer, for nearly three months, has spent his weekends preparing home-cooked meals in Anniston for a small group of Georgians who live in his friend’s apartment complex.
Some Calhoun County day camps will open as planned, though with social distancing rules in effect, while others have postponed until at least July.