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.
The City Council entered a telecommunications franchise agreement Tuesday to boost cell phone data service in the area and net the city about $6,000 annually.
Anniston City Council members at a brief meeting Monday agreed to sell property to a developer who plans to build a multi-million-dollar residential facility in west Anniston.
The company, LuLaRoe, was founded in 2012, according to information on its Facebook page, and has ridden a meteoric rise in recognition in recent years thanks largely to the efforts of its consultants and the softness of its clothing.
The 20 or so business owners, city officials, board members and visitors answered a questionnaire meant to drive a visiting team of downtown revitalization experts as they draft recommendations for Main Street Anniston, the local group working to spur growth downtown.
Meredith Strain pointed up to the exterior of the Trinity Ceramics building on Noble Street on Monday and described what it could look like.
The causes of the delay in the nearly two-mile-long extension of Iron Mountain Road include the discovery of WWI training trenches and the requirement to submit new plans to several state agencies.
Cleburne County commissioners during a work session the same evening discussed ways to either collect that withheld money, or sanction the business’s owner.
After months of construction, The High Pointe is set to open Valentine’s Day on the 11th floor atop Commerce Towers at the corner of Noble Street and Alabama 202.
Toby Bennington, Anniston's city planner, said by phone Friday that the interactive map was the product of the city’s updated zoning ordinance, which last year changed from the traditional, single-use zoning type to a hybrid version that allows multiple kinds of development in the same area.
“We take a lot of things out of the community by way of employee base and fire protection and police,” Brown said. “It’s our responsibility to put things back into the community and to provide leadership to organizations and monetary support; that’s our way of giving back.”
The Department of Defense on Thursday issued a clarification that seems to exclude civilian workers at the Anniston Army Depot from President Donald Trump’s federal hiring freeze.
Acker Electric Co. in Anniston, an electrical contracting company, donated the money in memory of its founder Gerald Acker, who died in July and was a long-time supporter of the community college.
TALLADEGA -- The Consolidated Publishing Board of Directors recognized Sandy Carden as its 2016 Employee of the Year during a special ceremony Wednesday.
At least one Oxford City Council member wants to talk about allowing those sales — a change she believes necessary for future business development. She might be alone in that belief.
Calhoun County ended 2016 with a rise in job losses but some economic experts are optimistic that the area is headed toward employment growth this year.
Hearst Television and Cable One announced a deal Friday on the rates Cable One must pay to carry the national news distributor’s TV channels, according to a release from the Birmingham station that hung in the balance.