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Three Talladega County residents have been charged with federal conspiracy to steal U.S. property in connection with an ongoing investigation at the Anniston Army Depot.
The parade will begin at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 6, along Noble Street. The Christmas Village located at 1118 Noble Street will open at 5 p.m.
Alabama and Auburn fans seem to have preferred to stay home and watch today’s Iron Bowl, as no crowds gathered at either Anniston’s Rack & Roll Billiards and Sports Bar or Struts of Oxford as the game progressed.
The Anniston Police Department and the Anniston Fire Department are going head to head in a chili cook-off to determine who serves up Anniston’s better bowl of chili.
Former Army Reserves commanders of the 3rd Battalion 15th Field Artillery Regiment are searching for other former members of the unit for a reunion at the Talladega Bottling Company on Dec. 2, at 6 p.m.
Carol Bush's feelings were shared by dozens who volunteered to serve free Thanksgiving dinners Thursday at both the Wiggins and Carver community centers in Anniston.
The ways and reasons of war mystify many, even those who fight in them, but it all crystallized into an unambiguous intention Sunday at the German-Italian Cemetery at McClellan: Remembrance.
A Native American storyteller and a treat of roasted marshmallows and s’mores attracted a crowd of 50 Friday at the Anniston Museum of Natural history.
Cornerstone Church, located on Choccolocco Road east of Anniston, has set up a tent full of Christmas trees and wreaths for sale on church property to help children both locally and globally.
Along with 78 other schools in the state, Anniston High School has landed on the Alabama Department of Education's "failing" school list. This is the first "failing" school list the state has issued since 2019 due to the pandemic.
Bargain Bins is part of a family-owned operation that employs nearly 100 and is growing, according to Henderson. His brother, Keith Henderson, owns the Anniston store.
On Wednesday, amid kisses and hugs from their families, five Calhoun County Commission members were sworn in and accepted their positions in an inauguration ceremony.
A suspect’s right to bail pending court action is enshrined in the U.S. Constitution, but authorities believe certain circumstances exist when a suspect shouldn’t be free while awaiting trial.
The annual prisoner of war memorial ceremony at the German-Italian Memorial Cemetery at McClellan will be open to the public this Sunday at 1:30 p.m. for the first time in three years.
Within 32 weeks, or around the end of June, the installation of a new interactive children's exhibit should be complete at the Anniston Museum of Natural History.
Franklin “Work” McLain, 63, gives himself that nickname. Now a retired lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Marines with 30 years of military service, the Anniston native said his late father, Johnny Frank McLain, and his mother, Annie Ruth, expected nothing less than hard work from their children…
Mike Abrams of Anniston and Sandra Goodwin of Piedmont are leading two respective groups of volunteers in raising funds for a nonprofit known as Wreaths Across America (WAA). Fulfilling its mission, the group saw to it that more than 2.4 million wreaths were placed on veterans graves last ye…
The Annual Memorial Service at the German Italian POW Cemetery at Fort McClellan will be held on Sunday, Nov. 20, at 1:30 p.m. Special guests are family members of one of the German veterans buried there. They have travelled from their home in Marburg, Germany, to attend the ceremony.
Last week at his Oxford home, World War II veteran Plemer East had plenty to say about the year and a half that he and fellow soldiers spent chasing Germans out of eastern France.