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More than 50 people attended a concept plan presentation Monday night in connection with a comprehensive planning process that Anniston officials kicked off earlier this year.
Oxford police Chief Bill Partridge has released a statement about a man from Montgomery firing into the air at the soccer fields inside Choccolocco Park. Police say the shooting incident occurred at 6:11 p.m. Saturday evening when a parent was engaged in an argument.
The laying of the wreath followed a message of welcome by Anniston Fire Chief Jeff Waldrep and the presentation of the colors by members of the Oxford firefighters and police officers.
After the ceremony, country music filled the shady area at the Elwell Park where 48 crafters and booth owners sold their goods, greeted old friends and made new ones.
Roy Williams, Dwayne’s brother, says national unity is the best tribute we can pay as a country to those who died.
About 50 civic-minded residents got to try their hand at being Anniston city planners Thursday night during a comprehensive planning meeting at the City Meeting Center.
Workers from Alabama Power Company and various contractors were busy Wednesday preparing a parcel of land on West 4th Street in Anniston for a new power substation.
About $15.5 million in pandemic Emergency Rental Assistance had gotten to 2,308 Alabamians as of last week, according to the Alabama Housing Finance Authority, the entity charged with distributing the federal funds.
Once they arrived at the hospital, a neurosurgeon spent that day and the next conducting tests, and then he performed a craniotomy to remove a large mass.
Senior Trooper Gregory Corble said the incident happened at 1:20 a.m., five miles south of Glencoe on U.S. 431, approximately at the 246 mile marker.
The event will take place at 12 p.m. Sept. 7 to remember those who have died and honor those who are currently afflicted with the virus. Organizers are encouraging all Alabamians to participate wherever they are that day.
The boating and recreation season on Lake Martin will extend into fall. Alabama Power has announced it will maintain the summer water level on the manmade lake until Oct. 15.
Planning to celebrate his 90th birthday next year, Red Farmer expects to keep on racing like he has been since he started his motorsports career in 1948.