Convicted last week on misdemeanor ethics charges, Anniston City Councilman Ben Little on Tuesday accused three witnesses in his case of lying on the witness stand. Read the full story
The Oxford City Council voted Tuesday night to have Oxford attorney Ron Allen ask Attorney General Steve Marshall’s office whether any state law might restrict the city from imposing an excise tax for retail businesses based on the percentage of alcohol sold for off-premise consumption. Read the full story
The Oxford City Council voted Tuesday night to have Oxford attorney Ron Allen ask Attorney General Steve Marshall’s office whether any state law might restrict the city from imposing an excise tax for retail businesses based on the percentage of alcohol sold for off-premise consumption.
BAE Systems staff said Tuesday that the local economy is in for a boost, thanks to a new upgrade program for combat vehicles at the company’s Anniston plant.
The Alabama Ethics Commission on Wednesday found that Anniston City Councilman Jay Jenkins violated state ethics laws, and it referred the case against him to prosecutors. Jenkins said the complaint stems from his vote to lease a portion of The Anniston Star’s building for use as City Hall.
Images from the last day of business at Lylia's Poodle Boutique in Anniston as Dorothy, Karla and Donna groom dogs there for the final time on Friday after being in business for 37 years.
The budget anticipates revenue of $53,687,482 in the upcoming fiscal year, which starts Tuesday. That total outpaced the city’s projected expenses by $522,254.
Unemployment in Calhoun County dipped to 3.2 percent in August, according to figures released Friday – numbers that suggest a surge in hiring in the county in the past year.
The city of Oxford, Jacksonville State University and White Plains High School are among 39 state schools, municipalities and nonprofit organizations to receive grants from the Alabama Power Foundation for tree-planting projects, the power company announced Tuesday.
The defense and security industry accounted for about 42 percent of Calhoun County’s economy in 2018, according to a study released Wednesday.
Lots in Anniston that were surveyed for a different era in housing history might become useful again if the Anniston City Council allows erection of homes that are smaller than those people usually have built.
More than 150 people showed up at Wiggins Community Center in Anniston Saturday to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Dorcas Arts, a group that traces its origins to 12 Anniston women who gathered in the Anniston home of Mrs. Lula Harris in 1919 in starched aprons, according to club lore, ready to work for the community.