Connecting the Ladiga Trail to downtown Anniston has long been a goal of city leaders, largely because of the city’s growing reputation as a site for cycling-based tourism.
Roughly 19,000 households in Calhoun County were still without electricity more than 24 hours after Tropical Storm Zeta passed through the area, Calhoun County Emergency Management Agency Director Michael Barton said during a Facebook press conference Friday morning.
The Calhoun County EMA has released the following list of schools that will be delayed 2 hours on Thursday due to potential bad weather:
Community safe rooms throughout Calhoun County will open at 7 p.m. tonight in preparation for Hurricane Zeta, the county Emergency Management Agency announced this afternoon, with local schools delayed two hours tomorrow.
Guitarist Miguel Comas is driven to flights of prog-rock fancy, taking the title track of “Technicolor” into Pink Floyd’s lunar lander for its last two, soaring minutes across a trippy cosmos.
Back in the days of high alcohol content in certain personal grooming products, folks would figure out ways to drink it. City councils didn't like this.
Carolyn Henderson is neither a spousal placeholder nor a disinterested politician as she carries out the duties of her late husband on the Calhoun County Commission. She sought the governor’s appointment and plans to run for a full term when this one ends.
Parking meters were on city commissioners' minds as a way to raise money and keep cars from lingering too long in the shopping district in 1945.
Smoke from numerous barbecue grills swirled in the warm September breeze adding a carnival-like atmosphere as revelers in the park that’s located across the dam from Ohatchee marked the symbolic end to the vacation season.
An Anniston man faced numerous theft and drug trafficking charges on Tuesday after authorities said they found more than $200,000 worth of stolen property at his home that morning.
Some Anniston drivers in the past couple of days in August 1945 haven’t needed that much fuel in their tanks — they just wanted to drive in and tell the man to “fill ’er up.”
This time we mean it: Much celebration is expected when Japan surrenders, as it seems likely to do, so Anniston business and elected leaders have come up with a plan on how to manage that.
The Anniston City Council voted 4-1 Tuesday to move a Confederate monument from the median of Quintard Avenue to a Civil War-themed park in rural Calhoun County.
What those lawmakers didn’t anticipate was that the law’s loopholes and the attorney general’s office would essentially make it a heavy nuisance instead of an ironclad deterrent.
The city is coming up on an anniversary, and The Star is coming up on an open-house for an expanded plant, and the editorial writer is happy about what those developments mean.
Dozens of candidates for city councils and boards of education threw their hats into the ring Tuesday, the first day of qualifying for municipal elections.
Economic damage inflicted by the COVID-19 pandemic is easy to spot as scores of Alabamians remain unemployed, but local municipalities have managed to survive — or even thrive — as the virus continues to spread.
A judge on Friday sent an Ohatchee man’s sex abuse charges to a Calhoun County grand jury after a preliminary hearing that afternoon.
The Gateway to Life Ranch in Ohatchee will give away produce to any Calhoun County resident on Wednesday at Ohatchee City Hall from noon to 2 p.m.
In Ohatchee, Calhoun County's second-smallest town, in the year of the pandemic the virus is both unavoidable and unseen: a real threat but also distant, like news reports of a foreign war.
Local officials are confident that six people have died in Calhoun County after being diagnosed with COVID-19, though it's unclear why two reported deaths last week still aren't part of the state's overall count of coronavirus deaths.
It was a training-mission bomb, but still, when it accidentally fell out of an airplane it landed only 150 yards from a farmhouse somewhere between Ohatchee and Alexandria. It made a pretty big hole in the ground, that's for sure.