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.
The folks who live in the community of Weaver's Station north of Anniston thought in 1945 it was time for them to consider incorporating their little patch of Calhoun County.
It’s unclear how up-to-date those numbers are, but local governments seem to be struggling to lay claim to all the money. “You can only buy so much Clorox,” said Julie Borrelli, finance director for the city of Anniston.
WEAVER — At least 100 people were walking around Weaver’s Elwell Park on Saturday, some stopping at the dozens of vendors that lined the park’s pathways, while others gathered around a small petting zoo near the back of the park.
Principal H. T. Stanford says the school is making every effort to become a member of the Southern Association of Secondary Schools and Colleges during the 1945-46 school year.
COVID-19 testing in Calhoun County hit a new record high Wednesday morning at a screening site in Weaver, according to the county Emergency Management Agency, and another event is set for Friday in Wellborn.
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 chaotic 2020 could mean some of Calhoun County's poorest, most transient communities don't get fully counted in the census, Census Bureau data suggest.
A fine sight is 2020 — the Class of 2020, that is, as its members spread themselves out and spread their wings in an assortment of venues across Calhoun County Thursday. Precautions against an epic pandemic prevented them from enjoying all the trappings of their senior spring, but thanks to determined school administrators, they would not be denied their ceremonial walk.
A Weaver man made four stops in Oxford and Anniston on Friday, delivering pizzas to police, firefighters and health care workers.
The sporting bicyclists seem to like Anniston so much that in 1995 they decided to come back for the third annual race through the downtown district. Also, Brent Cobb of Weaver took home the Bryant-Jordan Award in 1995, based on a slew of accomplishments.
Plans to bring patents infected with the coronavirus COVID-19 to Anniston were canceled today, local officials announced this afternoon, just more than 24 hours after most of those officials said they’ve learned of the plans.
Authorities were investigating Wednesday after, they said, someone threatened Weaver High School through an anonymous SnapChat post. Sheriff Matthew Wade said the threat was reported by a 19-year-old student who'd posted it herself.
Weaver police raided a unit in a shopping center on Alabama 21 after, they said, a Monday night shooting report led to the discovery of several illegal gaming machines.