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A company known as HNI LLC, the owner of the Heflin Hardee’s, closed six Alabama Hardee’s on Monday as part of a restructuring effort, according to HNI director of operations Ron Mason. Read the full story
A company known as HNI LLC, the owner of the Heflin Hardee’s, closed six Alabama Hardee’s on Monday as part of a restructuring effort, according to HNI director of operations Ron Mason.
The federal government shutdown has closed many of the Environmental Protection Agency’s offices, but so far that hasn’t slowed the cleanup of contaminated industrial sites in Anniston.
Anniston schools could put coaches behind the wheel as bus drivers, sell unused buildings and limit employee travel in an effort to save money, school officials and board members said in a Tuesday meeting.
The Community Foundation is celebrating 20 years of serving Calhoun and eight surrounding counties this year by accepting submissions to win a $20,000 grant.
When Anniston City Council members voted last month to censure Councilman Ben Little for exceeding his travel budget, they were revisiting a conflict which over the years has had no clear resolution — at least in part because no penalty exists for its violation.
Unemployment statewide was at 4 percent in November, the last month for which numbers are available. That marks a year of jobless numbers at or near the lowest levels the state has ever recorded. The labor market is tight, and for some employers, that could be a problem.
Calhoun County residents with military ties might remember retired Command Sgt. Maj. Joshua Perry from his work with military police at Fort McClellan in the 1990s.
Council members voted 3-2 to hire architect Bill Whittaker so that leased space in the Anniston Star building might be turned into a council chamber and city offices.