Customers visited 2nd Chance’s gift wrapping booth Saturday morning at the Quintard Mall, just beside Bath and Body Works to have their purchases professionally plastered in paper. Read the full story
There’s a hole in the middle of western Anniston, and two local meetings in the coming week could help decide how that hole gets filled. Read the full story
Each office will be open from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. starting this Saturday, in addition to the Birmingham, Opelika, Mobile and Huntsville offices, which already have weekend hours.
The Jacksonville Public Library and several home and business owners plan a Holiday Tour of Historic Homes set for Saturday in Jacksonville.
Clay Central coach Danny Horn seeks his eighth state title, all while coaching in Clay County. Piedmont coach Steve Smith seeks his fourth, all while coaching at Piedmont.
The road was supposed to be shut down Dec. 2 by the Alabama Department of Transportation but a delay in putting up signs has postponed the closure to Monday, Dec. 9, according to Heflin fire Chief Jonathan Adams.
Brad Connell wasn’t always wrapped up in the battling cries of “Roll Tide” and “War Eagle” that he now hears regularly, and even participates in.
Now the baby’s mother, Hannah Singleton, remains in the Cleburne County Jail with no bond set, charged with capital murder in her daughter’s death. Singleton pleaded not guilty in October to the charge.
Five of Calhoun County’s 11 public high schools are playing in this year’s semifinals. All five are playing here in the county — Anniston at Jacksonville, Wellborn at Piedmont and Oxford at home against Pinson Valley, the lone interloper.
An historic high school football season comes down to this — six coverage-area teams in state semifinals, including a record five from Calhoun County. It’s not just a record. It’s a record by far for a county that had never had more than two semifinalists in previous years.