Calhoun County’s unemployment rate has improved more than half a percentage point in a month, according to February data from the state Department of Labor. Read the full story
A $5.2 million construction project at Anniston Army Depot could be canceled to fund President Donald Trump’s proposed border wall, according to a list released by the Pentagon this week. Read the full story
A $5.2 million construction project at Anniston Army Depot could be canceled to fund President Donald Trump’s proposed border wall, according to a list released by the Pentagon this week.
New Flyer of America, an arm of Canada-based transit bus manufacturer NFI Group, announced a new fuel cell-electric bus this week that could be produced at all its factories, including its plant in Anniston.
According to John Mulherin, vice president of government relations for Hull Property Group, residents can expect to see construction start sometime in the summer. “We’ve never sold a mall, so we’re not going to buy it and try to flip it,” Mulherin said. “We believe in it.”
Two historic Noble Street buildings sold at auction in December might help attract further business to Anniston if their new owner fills the spaces, according to a Main Street Anniston representative.
Worlds of Work, a three-day job fair at Oxford Civic Center, brought students to Oxford from around the region to see the tools of the trades: ladder trucks from the Oxford Fire Department, electrical transformers of the sort repaired by Alabama Power crews, an armored personnel carrier from Anniston Army Depot.
Raphael Bostic, chief executive of the Atlanta Federal Reserve Bank, has a hand on the steering wheel of the world's economy, and he came to Jacksonville on Tuesday to find out what local leaders think about the near future.
The Anniston City Council on Tuesday heard from its city manager that a proposed lease of The Anniston Star’s building on McClellan Boulevard would begin April 1.
“The Chief Ladiga is the spine of the plan,” said Elizabeth Messick, a planner for the East Alabama Regional Planning and Development Commission. “We’re still in the process of extending the trail into Anniston.”
Across the southeastern U.S., a record number of people walked away from their jobs in 2018, Jacksonville State University marketing professor Mark Hearn says.
A movie crew in in downtown Anniston is making new things old and old things new. It's all part of the preparation for "The Devil All the Time," the feature film for Netflix that's set to begin shooting in Anniston sometime in March.
Horne Properties, a Knoxville, Tenn., retail developing company is under a one-year contract with the city of Anniston to develop a city-owned parcel — a wooded plot of land that was once part of Fort McClellan.
During its Tuesday night meeting, the City Council voted 3-2 in favor of having Mayor Alton Craft ask local legislators for authorization to hold a citywide referendum on Sunday sales.
Building plans for the restaurants Chick-fil-A and Heirloom Taco were unanimously approved by the Jacksonville Planning Commission at a regularly scheduled meeting Thursday night.
The federal disaster training center at McClellan will get $20 million for long-awaited construction projects this year, Department of Homeland Security officials say.