Students in Anniston’s K-12 schools will wear masks when they return to school Aug. 9, but school leaders are planning to have most of the student body back in the classroom. Read the full story
Calhoun County’s mayors gathered at the Oxford Civic Center for State of the Cities, a yearly update on municipal activity organized by the county Chamber of Commerce.
Several local business owners spoke to teachers Wednesday during the Career Tech Educators Conference, a teacher training event held in Anniston and Oxford this week.
Doctors identified Calhoun County’s first confirmed case of the highly contagious Delta variant of COVID-19 this week as the virus continues to spread among the unvaccinated, health officials said Wednesday.
Heavy rain caused a few flooding issues in the Anniston area Tuesday, but forecasters say that by the weekend, local residents should be able to put the clouds behind them for a while.
An informal online response poll indicates Anniston residents might favor the old Winn Dixie building or the federal building as the site for a new Anniston City Hall.
A dozen bus passengers who were taken to RMC after a collision on I-20 were released from the hospital in stable condition by Monday morning, an RMC spokeswoman said.
On Monday morning, two COVID patients were breathing with the assistance of a machine at RMC. Six more were in hospital beds, not sick enough for the ventilator but too sick to go home.
Alabama unemployment dropped to 3.3 percent in June, underscoring what local governments and business owners already know: Hiring right now is hard.
Alabama’s unemployment rate dropped to 3.3 percent in June, Gov. Kay Ivey announced Friday morning — a number that underscores both the post-pandemic economic recovery and the labor crunch facing the state’s employers.
Earlier this year, the board was poised to put out a bid for a single company to provide ambulance service for rural Calhoun County, and was calling on local cities to join in that bid.
Sheriff Matthew Wade said Thursday that the 12 inmates, all women, are in quarantine, even though they have all tested negative for the virus.
The countywide P25 radio system allows police, fire, EMA, 911 and other organizations to communicate at the flip of a switch.
A two-vehicle crash Wednesday on Choccolocco Road claimed the life of an Anniston man, according to a statement from the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency.
The federal Office of Management and Budget announced Tuesday that it would keep “metropolitan statistical area” (MSA) status for urban areas with more than 50,000 people.
The Delta variant of COVID is in Alabama, and it's spreading fast. One researcher said a patient can transmit the virus in a minute of exposure to another person.
Customers of cable and internet service provider Sparklight across the country are experiencing outages, an issue the company announced it is attempting to resolve.