According to a legal notice published by the county on Thursday, the owners of a Heflin apartment complex, Woodland View, owe just over $10,000 in delinquent taxes. The property will therefore be sold at auction at the Cleburne County Courthouse on May 2, 2017, to the highest bidder for cash according to the published notice.
On Tuesday the McClellan Development Authority announced that in the coming weeks 95 acres of McClellan land will be cleared of timber and the lead from decades of bullets fired upon it cleaned from the soil.
Oxford officials will conduct a public hearing Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. to discuss how a federal planning grant is being used to chart improvements to the city’s downtown beyond an ongoing revitalization project there.
Stringfellow Memorial Hospital’s landlords expect to soon learn details about Regional Medical Center’s recently announced deal to operate its long-time Anniston competitor.
Anniston City Council members on Monday officially opposed two proposed state laws that supporters say would help pharmacies offset rising prescription drug prices.
J.C. Penney will close 138 stores next month, four of those in Alabama, according to a release Friday from the company, but the store at Oxford’s Quintard Mall will remain open.
If the MDA, which oversees development of the former Army post, dissolves and gives the city of Anniston control of its assets, it’s uncertain what would become of the entity’s six-member staff.
Some MDA members, city of Anniston and Calhoun County officials, economic developers and business leaders met at The Star Tuesday to explain why they believe the MDA should dissolve and give control of the former fort to Anniston.
The nine were nominated by their bosses and the public they serve for “recognition of service excellence,” or ROSE, awards, given by chamber chairman Barry Robertson.
Anniston’s Industrial Development Authority board members on Wednesday approved incentives for an expansion at an Anniston industry that could result in 21 new jobs.
The Anniston City Council on Monday brought the city’s bicycle helmet law into line with the state’s law, which requires only riders under 16 years of age to wear a helmet.
Regional Medical Center announced last week it would buy Stringfellow Memorial Hospital, but the deal’s effect on everything from costs to patient care is less than certain, studies suggest.
Tana Bryant, Anniston’s code enforcement officer, said by phone Friday that the city is negotiating with the owner about demolishing the shopping center.
Regional Medical Center and Community Health Systems signed contracts on a $25 million deal for RMC to buy Stringfellow Memorial Hospital, the hospitals announced Friday.
The new location includes two warehouses that total 35,000 square feet, which house building materials such as wood, sand, concrete blocks, windows, doors and masonry products. Unlike some of Webb Concrete’s other locations, the new site doesn't have a concrete ready-mix plant.
Deason, president of the Piedmont-based bank for the last 12 years, said he has “semi-retired” and taken the part-time position of president emeritus.
From growth in sales tax money and employment to home sales, tourism and company expansions, Calhoun County experienced a boost in economic development last year, a Friday economic report shows.
National retailer JC Penney announced on Friday plans to shutter around 140 stores this year, but whether that includes Quintard Mall’s store is still unknown.
Family Christian Stores announced from its headquarters in Grand Rapids, Mich., Thursday that it will close the doors on all 240 of its stores, including one at the Quintard Mall in Oxford, after 85 years in business.
SYLACAUGA – Nemak Alabama plans on introducing approximately 85 to 100 new jobs, including salaried, direct and indirect labor between 2017 and 2020. The majority of these positions will be filled in 2017 and 2018.