New Anniston schools Superintendent D. Ray Hill makes as much money as his predecessor but has some greater fringe benefits, according to a review of his contract. Read the full story
Prosecutors from the state attorney general’s office assigned to the cases of two men charged with killing a 42-year-old Saks man withdrew from the case earlier this month. A new prosecutor has since been assigned, according to the Calhoun County District Attorney’s Office. Read the full story
Prosecutors from the state attorney general’s office assigned to the cases of two men charged with killing a 42-year-old Saks man withdrew from the case earlier this month. A new prosecutor has since been assigned, according to the Calhoun County District Attorney’s Office.
“We are in a holding pattern and Alabama Power is doing research on best options for solar program(s),” Steve Ivey, president of Simon Solar, wrote in a text message.
Fire officials around the state are praising a new Alabama law that will require local governments to provide supplemental insurance coverage for career firefighters diagnosed with cancer.
A new regional federal courthouse in Anniston moved a step closer to reality Tuesday, as the City Council agreed to a land swap with the federal General Services Administration.
A north Alabama lawmaker says telecommunications companies’ ability to offer 5G service has been stalled by cities that want too much money for access to their existing infrastructure, including utility poles.
A study conducted for the city of Anniston last month showed potential demand for a hotel at 12th and Noble streets, with visitors to a new federal courthouse and a McClellan dog-training company filling many of the rooms.
The city of Anniston will get $520,000 and the old federal courthouse on Noble Street in exchange for City Hall, if City Council members approve a land swap with the federal government on Tuesday.
The festival celebrates unity in the community of Anniston. Charles “DJ Chazz” Barclay, who has helped plan the event since its inception in 2012, served as host and master of ceremonies for the event.
Alabama legislators passed hundreds of new laws this year, but they also sent several decisions to Alabama voters in the form of proposed constitutional amendments.
Steven Folks, 63, has worked for Anniston more than two decades. He’s the director of the city Parks and Recreation Department, and he was in charge of Carver Community Center before that. In a past life, before retiring from the U.S. Army, he was a military policeman for 21 years and a drill sergeant at Fort McClellan.