The Coldwater Mountain Brewpub, to be located in the historical L&N railroad freight station will offer craft beer, food and easy access to the proposed in-town route of the Chief Ladiga Trail. Read the full story
According to the National Weather Service forecast page, atmospheric conditions should be stunningly beautiful today, Saturday and Sunday — nighttime, too — with the warmest day coming Sunday.
Thrill-seekers who love being flipped around and upside down like an acrobat on a swing should love the newest addition to an Oxford Halloween attraction, the Terrortorium Haunted House and Amusements.
The primary administration building on the Jacksonville State University campus soon will have a fountain, thanks to a donation from a graduate’s estate.
The Anniston City Council took a necessary step in the process of creating a new airport authority that both Anniston and Oxford will hold stake in.
On Tuesday, the people visiting the 2021 edition of the Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce Business Expo saw a wide variety of products and services the area has to offer.
Jacksonville Parks and Recreation Department will again team up with local organizations to bring a spooky fun-filled week of Halloween festivities.
Area residents have a chance to win a 50-inch TV by simply bringing old and expired medications to designated local pharmacies this Saturday as part of National Prescription Drug Take Back day.
Civic pride was on full display in brilliant colors when city officials and other stakeholders unveiled a mural with an historical motif in downtown Anniston Monday morning.
An independent research center in Alabama last week released a report on the Piedmont public school system with findings the center believes could help other school systems.
Saturday at the Anniston Moose Lodge, about 75 veterans and their families gathered for the first-ever reunion of the 278th Chemical Battalion and the 440th Chemical Company.
Lobsterfest was a drive-thru affair this year, but the annual fundraiser still pre-sold 800 tickets to those who could pick up lobster meals at Grace Episcopal Church on a bright and breezy Saturday afternoon.
“We had to miss last year because of COVID,” Chamber executive director Linda Hearn said. “Our membership and our businesses told us they very much wanted it to return this year.”
Oxford Police Department’s Facebook page contains a synchronous post of various mugshots of shoplifters arrested for the week. The thinking is that some folks are capable of being shamed, so visibility could serve as a deterrent.
Doug Trantham said his crop, despite the extra rain this year, is a good one — even though he had to replant 60 of his 250 acres of cotton in the spring because of, “rain, wet and cold.”
City of Chaos consists of several buildings with ghostly themes along with outdoor scenes which help tell the story of the “Dark Army” which has taken over Combat Park.
The 25th annual Regional Medical Center Foundation Golf Classic held Wednesday was “so much fun,” there were many golfers who only had the chance to swing with their hearts and not their 9-irons.
The applicant would cover 50 percent of the cost of renovations with the grant covering the other 50 — up to $2500, according to the grant’s application on the city’s website.
When Sharon Osborne noticed that the website for her chapter of the Calhoun County Society of Human Resources had gone down, she had no idea how to repair it.
The Oxford City Council took a step Tuesday night toward establishing a joint operations authority with the City of Anniston to manage the Anniston Regional Airport.