WHITE PLAINS — About three miles from Andy Ward’s office at White Plains High School is a quaint hill ringed with pine trees and blessed with drop-dead views of the Appalachian foothills. It’s the type of place that deserves a cabin and a hammock. It sits on private property, behind a locked… Read the full story
Rumble on the Loop returned to Oxford this weekend, bringing bikers, charity groups and the legendary Reverend Horton Heat to the Mt. Cheaha Harley-Davidson parking lot. Read the full story
Known as the Medicare Wage Index, that rule allows the federal government to pay more for medical procedures in states where wages for medical workers are highest, and less in states where medical workers make less money. Read the full story
Rumble on the Loop returned to Oxford this weekend, bringing bikers, charity groups and the legendary Reverend Horton Heat to the Mt. Cheaha Harley-Davidson parking lot.
Known as the Medicare Wage Index, that rule allows the federal government to pay more for medical procedures in states where wages for medical workers are highest, and less in states where medical workers make less money.
Jurors reviewed on Friday physical evidence taken from several homes connected to the 2011 stabbing death of a Wellborn teacher during the trial of Tyrone Thompson.
Arc of Calhoun and Cleburne Counties’ lip sync battle fundraiser set for Saturday night has been relocated to Leone Cole Auditorium at Jacksonville State University, according to an event organizer.
Abnormally dry conditions have culminated in a recent uptick of forest fire activity in northeast Alabama, according to an Alabama Forestry Commission staffer, but rain in the forecast might help dampen that vegetation.
Arc of Calhoun and Cleburne Counties' annual lip sync battle is Saturday night, featuring faux-singers pretending to belt out popular tunes and raise money to support Arc programs.
The promise of cheap food, a good cause and live music kept attendees around, as attendees fanned off heat and dried off rain. Many huddled under tents, leery of lightning, as showers passed through.
Bank staff testified on Wednesday regarding security footage and still photos at banks in Jacksonville and Anniston from April 20, 2011, where money was withdrawn from the account of a 29-year-old Wellborn teacher who was fatally stabbed that night.
Volunteers worked Tuesday at United Way’s Day of Action, packing up 50,000 dry food meals that went to local charities for distribution. The organization was recently recognized for its transparency and accountability by a charity watchdog group.
They're unanimously against it, in case anyone had doubts about whether members of the Anniston City Council would oppose a group's effort to have a section of Anniston legally transferred into Oxford. The vote was 5-0 to keep Ward 4 out of the transfer portal.
Members of a Calhoun County jury on Tuesday began their first day hearing testimony during the trial of a man charged in 2011 with fatally stabbing a Wellborn teacher.
Just when the federal government is about to start constructing a big U.S. courthouse in central Anniston -- thereby bringing new people and new money to old downtown -- a group comes along that envisions an affluent section of Anniston living up to Oxford's potential via cartographic magic. What could make all that even more interesting? A municipal election in about 53 weeks.
A ceremony was held Saturday for Willie Maude Atkinson ahead of her 100th birthday on Tuesday, in which Draper Street, the street where Atkinson has lived all of her life, was rechristened as Atkinson Drive in her honor.
Hail, hail, the gang's all here. That century-old refrain likely applied to several coteries around campus Saturday as Jacksonville State University students returned to Gamecock country.
Calhoun County’s unemployed population is higher than that of its neighbors; last month there were 1,647 people drawing unemployment and searching for work.
A Calhoun County jury on Friday ordered a former Regional Medical Center physician to pay $2 million in damages to a Childersburg woman claiming his failure to diagnose her husband in 2014 caused his death.
A Calhoun County jury on Thursday heard from a Childersburg woman who filed a wrongful death lawsuit against a former Regional Medical Center emergency room doctor on the third day of testimony in the trial.