The Heflin City Council renewed its three-year residential garbage pickup contract with Republic Services during a Tuesday night meeting. Read the full story
Some 18,000 former students of shuttered for-profit education chain ITT Technical Institute will have their student loans forgiven, the U.S. Department of Education announced.
M&H Valve Company’s parent company, McWane Inc., is celebrating its 100th anniversary on Oct. 21. The McWane family of companies is finding multiple ways to celebrate throughout the year.
An Ashland cabinet company is seeking tax breaks in order to open a new facility at the site of the former Monarch Windows plant in Anniston.
City Councilman Demetric Roberts is old enough to remember when “you could get everything you need on this side of town.” Now? "You can’t buy a loaf of bread out here."
Taxed sales surged almost 41 percent in March and April over their pace a year ago, according to the Alabama Department of Revenue. And nine of the previous 12 months have seen double-digit year-over-year growth, according to the Alabama Retail Association.
Big Time Entertainment’s owners have already paid back money fronted by the city to help get the company’s entertainment complex project off the ground.
The South makes up more of that number than any of the bureau’s other three regions, with 1.47 million jobs quit in March this year, compared to 1.15 million last year.
More than 100 positions are open at Honda of America's Lincoln plant via Kelly Services, a staffing company with an Oxford branch, but workers aren't lining up.
Tell me where to mow and I’ll mow it myself: That was the message one Cleburne County resident had for Cleburne County commissioners Tuesday.
Anniston received $6.6 million in federal money Tuesday and it’s likely that the Ladiga Trail will get the largest fraction of that money.
Despite the coolish temps, a steady stream of customers visited the park to take in the vendors offering a wide variety of goods and food.
Replacement for the Quintard oaks is just one of the ideas members of the council will discuss as they sit down, as early as next week, to work out how they’ll spend the city’s windfall from the American Rescue Plan Act.
Motorists who frequent this stretch of Alabama 21 have watched the new intersection take shape, as highway workers paved a path to connect the state route to Veterans Memorial Parkway by extending Iron Mountain Road to the “midway” area between Anniston and Jacksonville.
The sidewalk as designed would begin on the west side of Main Street where it intersects with Snow Street, in front of Dorsey’s Market, and run past the line where Main becomes Barry Street.
The flooding and the consequent erosion of ditches near homes have gotten worse over the years, according to locals, and they don’t know the root cause of the problems.
The City Council authorized Mayor Johnny Smith to sign a letter of intent with Jacksonville Retirement Community, LLC, for the development of an independent living facility for senior adults.
A Honda transmission plant in Tallapoosa, Ga., is taking on new responsibilities as Honda takes its first steps in electrifying its vehicle lineup.
The Oxford Performing Arts Center has announced its first set of new shows in more than a year, with a full season to be revealed in July.
Construction is underway at a lot in the 2100 block of Quintard on the east side of the street. The current Pizza Hut, which has operated on Blue Mountain Road since 1973, will relocate to the new building.