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. Read the full story
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. Read the full story
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.
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.
Bands for Bri is a benefit concert scheduled from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the Jacksonville High School auditorium on Saturday. Donations go to recent JHS graduate Briana “Bri” Loveberry, who was accidentally shot and paralyzed while in a car with friends in June.
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regarding security footage and still photos at banks in Jacksonville and Anniston from April 20, 2011, where money was withdrawn from the account of a 29-year-old Wellborn teacher who was fatally stabbed that night.
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.
Jacksonville plans to show its community spirit Thursday night at 6 p.m. with the 14th annual Spirit on Mountain Street, a collaboration between the city and Jacksonville State University.
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.
After 17 months spent gutting its building and making repairs and improvements, K.L. Brown Funeral Home and Crematory officially reopened for business last week. It's the latest Jacksonville business to reopen after last year's tornado.
Hotel owners got an unexpected windfall last year when a tornado struck Jacksonville — a surge that's evident in budget numbers Anniston officials released last month.
Residents of eastern Alabama are currently enjoying a booming economy, according to a presentation of the Jacksonville State University Center for Economic Development and Business Research.
Almost 100 chicken lovers — those who were in line at 5:30 p.m. — were selected to survive the night and receive a card redeemable for 52 chicken sandwich combos, which include an original sandwich, waffle fries and a drink, a $325 value.
Kids around Calhoun County ended summer vacations this week to return to the classroom, as the county school district resumed operation for the 2019-20 school year Monday and Jacksonville and Anniston schools opened for business Tuesday.