A Cobblestone Hotel in downtown Anniston stands to be worth as much as $3.35 million to Calhoun County each year, according to an economic impact study released Wednesday. Read the full story
Alabama could reach herd immunity from COVID-19 by mid-summer, the state's top doctor told lawmakers on Wednesday. But it could take longer if the vaccine rate continues to decrease.
The Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday approved a bill allowing for the public release of photos of those who solicit prostitutes, but members requested a significant change.
An Anniston man was arrested Wednesday on a manslaughter charge after allegedly throwing a punch that led to the death of a man on Noble Street in March, police say.
Roughly 3 in 10 Calhoun County residents have had their first dose of COVID vaccine, the rate of deaths from the virus has slowed and Alabama’s state of emergency is set to end.
A wide-ranging gambling package advanced in the Alabama Legislature Tuesday and is expected to be considered on the floor of the House of Representatives on Thursday.
The new structures include a large, indoor practice space fit for the football team (and others) to use on rainy days and in cold months and a 4,500-square-foot weight room.
Locals who lost homes or businesses in the severe storms March 25-26 can apply for low-interest disaster loans, the federal Small Business Administration has announced.
According to court documents, the man choked a woman Saturday and broke into a home in Jacksonville, planning to commit another domestic violence crime.
The Alabama House of Representatives has yet to vote on bills allowing medical marijuana, a comprehensive gambling package and a ban on medical treatments, including puberty blockers and surgery, for transgender youth.
Alabama lawmakers are close to allowing city police officers to issue citations for some misdemeanor offenses rather than taking offenders into custody.
The National Weather Service has issued a Severe Thunderstorm Watch through 8 p.m. Monday for most of central Alabama. This watch replaces the previous watch that was in effect for portions of the area.
Local business license numbers appear to be varied this year, making an interpretation of COVID-19’s effect on the opening of new businesses and the closure of old ones difficult to pinpoint.
This summer, Oxford officials hope to begin work on a multi-million-dollar road project to address chronic traffic congestion near Oxford Exchange and Choccolocco Park.
The bill, now in the Alabama State Senate, would make it easier for Calhoun County officials to turn temporary employees into permanent hires.
In lieu of attending the RMC Foundation’s annual Garden Jubilee, sponsors can instead pay for a frontline healthcare worker to attend the Frontline Farm Fest.
Eat 'em up, yum? Not the fish in Choccolocco Creek, according to the Alabama Department of Public Health, which says the advisories from years ago still hold true today.
The long-awaited extension of Iron Mountain Road at McClellan will open May 8, offering drivers a shortcut between Alabama 21 north of Anniston and U.S. 431.
Alabama health officials on Tuesday again cleared the Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine for use in the state, but finding takers for the one-dose vaccine may prove to be difficult.
The Oxford City Council approved work by Tennessee-based traffic management firm GRIDSMART Technologies during its Tuesday night meeting, which should help keep cars moving smoothly on and off the parkway.