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Many collectors also had tables set up displaying their favorite pieces of pottery dating back to the 1800s. In the center of the room was a table where experts evaluated pieces of pottery that the public had brought in.
The Star asked state officials and lawmakers why the economic uptick hasn't brought back more money for state agencies that say they need it. Here's what we found.
Three JSU alumni Honda employees on Friday shared their experiences at the company with current juniors and seniors from JSU’s School of Business and Industry.
Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice candidate Bob Vance Jr. spoke to the Calhoun County Democratic Party on Thursday, telling more than 50 supporters what he called “a tale of two judges.”
The police chief said reasons for a decrease in applicants are hard to identify, but he’s confident their physical conditions have an effect on the turnout.
A former Anniston resident who was found in Carrollton, Ga., shot to death earlier this month has been identified as the suspect in the attempted robbery of a Villa Rica, Ga., Waffle House Sept. 13.
Project Pride, a communitywide partnership among local nonprofits, businesses, faith-based organizations and city government, plans to pair federal grant money and local bank loans to fund home repairs for low-income Anniston residents.
A delayed audit from Anniston City Schools could affect the city of Anniston’s bond rating and applications for federal grants, the City Council learned Tuesday.
The Saints John Lodge 931 of the Free and Accepted Masons of Alabama will host a first responders appreciation day cookout for police and sheriff’s deputies, firefighters, emergency medical workers and other first responders Saturday.
States with lower obesity rates tend to have more policies in schools that ensure students get adequate physical activity and healthy food each day, said John Auerbach, president and CEO of Trust for America’s Health, a Washington D.C.-based nonprofit.
Alabama Association of School Boards director Sally Smith and other officials from the AASB gave a short seminar to school administrators from Calhoun and nearby counties as a refresher on religious expression in schools. It’s one of a series of such meetings the group has held across the state this year.