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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.
The primary administration building on the Jacksonville State University campus soon will have a fountain, thanks to a donation from a graduate’s estate.
Jacksonville Parks and Recreation Department will again team up with local organizations to bring a spooky fun-filled week of Halloween festivities.
“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.”
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.”
Anniston Schools Superintendent Dr. Ray Hill says that despite losing a number of teachers and other full-time staffers to retirement this past school year, there is no shortage of workers this year.
Ann Angell, the fitness director for the YMCA of Calhoun County, and Louise Lockridge, a group fitness instructor there, help Parkinson’s disease patients learn to box.
Thursday and Friday, about 30 members from the Harp Crossing Baptist Church in Fayetteville, Ga., built porches and steps for those who are living in mobile homes in northern Calhoun County.
The third article looking at candidates for the Republican party nomination to Alabama Senate District 12. Previously interviewed were candidates Wayne Willis and Wendy Ghee Draper.
A new city hall is in Jacksonville’s future as City Council members voted unanimously last week in favor of demolishing the current structure and building anew.
Jacksonville State University’s College of Health Professionals & Wellness is sponsoring a health fair from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 12, and from noon to 4 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 13, at Carver Community Center, 720 W. 14th St., Anniston.
An arrest was made Thursday in a bomb threat that had been directed against Jacksonville High School on Wednesday, city police Chief Marcus Wood said.
An "all clear" was given to Jacksonville High School officials shortly after 1 p.m. Wednesday after explosives-detecting dogs found no evidence of a threat on school property.
Around 50 supporters of women’s rights on diverse issues made their presence known late Saturday morning in a sidewalk march from 8th to 12th Street in downtown Anniston.
Two school systems in Calhoun County are ranked among the top 25 in the state for 2022, according to the ranking service Niche, a private company based in Pittsburgh, Pa.
The specialized cameras allow firefighters to observe their surroundings better when flames and thick smoke impair their field of vision.
Jacksonville has its own spot to encourage safe internet-based commerce. It has established a “safe site” a few yards from the front door of the police department at the Public Safety Complex.