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Not only did Oxford's freshly passed 1996 budget allow for a 6 percent raise for all employees, it also anticipates the creation of a new community center at the old Friendship School.
An attorney retained by some employees is looking into claims from former employees of missing money and back payments that have yet to be received, along with similar retirement and Social Security issues.
School is back in, there’s a cool autumn breeze and so far, Dr. Almena Free hasn’t seen local signs of the COVID-19 surge most health officials expect this fall.
There is a small risk of strong storms and tornadoes Thursday in southern Calhoun and Cleburne counties as the remnants of Tropical Storm Beta cross Alabama, forecasters say.
The Calhoun County Emergency Management Agency began a supply drive Tuesday to help those affected by Hurricane Sally, which hit the Alabama Gulf Coast last week.
OXFORD — Ambulance service in the city will become the responsibility of the Health Care Authority of the City of Oxford beginning Oct. 1, with Oxford Emergency Medical Service closing its doors the day before.
A group of local first responder agencies teamed up Sunday to help those affected by Hurricane Sally, which hit the Alabama Gulf Coast last week.
Jobless rates in Anniston and Calhoun County dropped significantly in August, according to numbers released Friday by the state Department of Labor.
The sun would rise and light would peek through the windowpanes and a squall of blonde hair and attitude would christen the day with all the grace of a bullhorn. Resistance was futile.
Hurricane Sally, the slow-moving storm that has brought flooding and high winds to the Alabama Gulf Coast, will likely spare the Anniston area the worst of its high winds and flooding, forecasters said Wednesday.
The accident occurred just south of the Home Depot at the Oxford Exchange, around 7 p.m., when a driver tried to pass traffic in front of him and got into a northbound lane.
Knox, formerly known as Knox Concert Series, is making changes to its fall and winter performances because of the COVID-19 pandemic, including its annual presentation of “The Nutcracker” ballet in December.
Uniformed EMS workers sat in theater seats near the stage of the Oxford Performing Arts Center, where the city has held council meetings for months. Council President Chris Spurlin asked if the service would not be able to make payroll without emergency action from the council.
Pink Heals Eastern Alabama will use its signature pink fire engine to lead a parade from Jacksonville to Heflin on Sept. 19 for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.