A developer presented plans for two buildings with up to 132 apartment units, with retail space on the bottom floors as well as a small city park.
In light of a recent spike in COVID-19 cases, visitors in the ER are barred except when deemed necessary by the care team or for end-of-life considerations.
The state intends to sue the Madison County Commission, which on Oct. 23 removed a monument to Confederate soldiers at its courthouse and moved it to Maple Hill Cemetery in Huntsville.
Alabama State Senate President Pro Tem Del Marsh said he is giving up his top spot in the legislative body to focus on broadband expansion and education reform legislation in his final two years in office.
An Anniston woman is dead after allegedly pulling a gun on a Calhoun County Sheriff’s deputy during an arrest Saturday morning, Sheriff Matthew Wade said Saturday.
Bill Wakefield and about two dozen volunteers for Victory Headquarters Christian Center in Anniston gathered in the parking lot of the Wakefield's clothing store on Quintard to begin distributing the makings of 200 Thanksgiving dinners.
A crowd of roughly 80 people gathered this morning for a cleanup in the Norwood Park neighborhood conducted by Anniston Changers, a volunteer group that sprang up with the rise of COVID-19.
Around the nation Friday night, the number of other one-time college quarterbacks turned country music stars performing to raise money for their old athletic programs was probably zero. But at Jacksonville State University, fans enjoyed that privilege, in the person of Riley Green.
The city has announced a plan to offer Birmingham-based Blackwater Development Corporation a 50-percent rebate on sales tax from businesses it develops on a 2.5-acre plot on McClellan.
With 113 deaths, COVID-19 would likely be one of the leading causes of death in Calhoun County for 2020. In 2018, the last year for which ADPH has statistics, only heart disease, cancer, and chronic obstructive lung disease killed more.
"This month showed growth in both the number of jobs we are supporting and the number of people who are working,” the Alabama Labor Secretary said.
Civil War sites were once the biggest tourism draw, but now visitors are increasingly interested in civil rights history, said the supervisor of Freedom Riders National Monument.
Local charities say they’ve overcome setbacks recently, due to the COVID-19 pandemic and Tropical Storm Zeta, but they still plan to serve Thanksgiving dinner next week.
There will be fewer physical kettles, with customers at stores offered the chance to donate at registers. The Anniston Salvation Army raised $63,000 last year.
Three controlled burns were in progress in the Talladega National Forest on Tuesday, leaving a low-lying bank of smoke in the air south of Calhoun County.
Saturday afternoon, the little girl was elated to be surrounded by family at LaGarde Park as she watched the approach of honking cars led by trucks from the Anniston Fire and Police departments.
The trails have been open to riders for some time now, but this month members of Back Country Horsemen of America put finishing touches on the campground to allow utility hookups.
What you get from Dr. Almena Free is quiet confidence amid a global pandemic from a doctor who has practiced medicine here for nearly a quarter-century.
Each volunteer is a court-appointed special advocate, known as a CASA, who works with children whose parents are involved in cases of neglect, abuse, drug addiction or other non-nurturing behaviors.
Connecting the Ladiga Trail to downtown Anniston has long been a goal of city leaders, largely because of the city’s growing reputation as a site for cycling-based tourism.