Wednesday is when U.S. District Court Judge Annemarie Carney Axon holds a hearing in Anniston to determine whether Calhoun County Schools should be released from the desegregation court order that has bound the school system for nearly five decades. Read the full story
Jessica Pritchard, owner of the Lincoln restaurant and bar, was not present on the night of the shooting, but feels her staff did everything they could to avoid the incident. Read the full story
Jessica Pritchard, owner of the Lincoln restaurant and bar, was not present on the night of the shooting, but feels her staff did everything they could to avoid the incident.
The bicentennial story of our corner of Alabama is of a place once dominated by Native Americans, the Creeks and Cherokees, an influx of pioneers squatting on acres the federal government didn’t want them to have — yet — and spasms of land grabs by greedy speculators. It isn’t a simple tale.
Oxford Elementary School's musical bicentennial celebration included some obscure information about Alabama and its traditions, made easy to understand through folk tunes and native chants.
More than 40 girls at Anniston Middle School are members of Girls Who Code, a computing and math club that school officials see as one of Anniston’s unsung successes.
Thanks to a partnership between Main Street Alabama and the U.S. Department of Agriculture, two container-type stores have been placed in rural Alabama communities to stimulate entrepreneurship.
The council voted unanimously to give Tree Brand Packaging a tax abatement for a $1.6 million expansion the company will start in January.
The anaphylaxis preparedness program allows schools to stock epinephrine medication for first-time emergencies and train faculty to recognize and treat those undergoing a reaction.
Prosecutor Scott Lloyd wanted Ben Little to serve 90 days in the slammer for two misdemeanor ethics convictions. Lloyd said in court Thursday that Little, Anniston’s Ward 3 councilman, has shown “no remorse” for his crime. Well, duh.
Calhoun County residents should have an easier time getting emergency warnings, thanks to a multi-county partnership accepted by the County Commission Thursday.
State funding for removal of contaminants at the former Cooper Homes site may require a little more convincing, the Anniston Housing Authority heard in a meeting Thursday.
A Jefferson County judge sentenced Anniston City Councilman Ben Little to two years of probation Thursday, following Little’s conviction on two misdemeanor ethics charges.
The Anniston City Council on Wednesday considered a plan to turn the unused Glen Addie Community Center into a warming center and one-stop shop for services for the city’s homeless.
The Cleburne County extension office was filled with seasonal delights and merriment during the annual 4-H competition and extension open house Wednesday night.