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During a Tuesday night work session the Anniston City Council learned about the progress of the Chief Ladiga Trail extension project.
An officer-involved shooting on Crow Farm Road between Jacksonville and Weaver early Saturday morning ended with both the suspect and the officer requiring medical attention.
During the 2 o'clock hour Friday afternoon, power outages continued to roll across the county. Calhoun County EMA reported a total of 15,520 without power as of 2:01 p.m.
A completion date has finally been assigned to the 7-mile Chief Ladiga Trail extension that will connect Mike Tucker Park to the train and bus station on 4th Street.
A former principal of Pell City High School has come out of retirement to serve as interim principal of Weaver High School.
“This is something I grew up watching with my mom and my sister,” Rachel Russaw said Wednesday after she was crowned Miss Georgia USA. “It’s a huge honor.”
The Calhoun County school system is operating on a balanced budget, but a falling student population is a crucial factor planners will need to remember down the line.
Downtown Anniston was invaded Thursday morning by a pack of Weaver Bearcats who walked through the Model City learning about entrepreneurship and the history of what was once called Annie’s Town.
The national president general of the Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, who has local connections, will be in town next month to induct a new member into the organization.
A spelunking club known as the Gadsden Grotto helped with the cave tours, providing expert guides to keep the explorers safe and sound.
It took steady feet, a hard hat and a guide to safely negotiate the easier of two tours that were offered Saturday by Weaver Cave's new owner, the Georgia-Alabama Land Trust.
A recent trip inside Weaver Cave presented local hikers with the view of a large space called the ballroom, and the other areas that were more like hallways and rooms, only with a few head-bumping ceilings.
Longtime Weaver City Councilman Jeff Clendenning, mayor pro tem of the city, will become mayor Sept. 30.
A long-awaited change on Bynum-Leatherwood Road is expected to help motorists handle the traffic generated by comings and goings at Anniston Army Depot.
The Calhoun County Board of Education this week voted to sell a 40-x-40-foot piece of property near Weaver High School for a token amount to the city of Weaver.
Weaver Mayor Wayne Willis will step down Sept. 30 after serving 10 consecutive years in the office.
For Father's Day, here's a look at four dads who know that somewhere out on a baseball diamond are excellent opportunities to learn about sportsmanship and life.
To make his wife more comfortable, Steward bought the Stallion. It has a comfortable back seat, heat and air for two riders and many other features that make riding a motorcycle a luxury.
A small lake donated to the city of Weaver in August two years ago has proved to be a challenging piece of property to maintain, but the Weaver City Council indicated Tuesday that it would press on to try to resolve the matter.
The fifth annual Alabama Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony was held Friday morning at Anniston’s Centennial Memorial Park, just hours after seven more names had been inscribed on the park’s black marble wall of honor.
Asked if he wanted to tell his side, the mayor did not elaborate. “I don’t comment on hit pieces,” Willis texted Tuesday.
A basic consensus of views on issues was displayed by candidates running for Alabama House District 40 during a public forum at the Community Center Tuesday evening.
Weaver Mayor Wayne Willis, a candidate for the Republican nomination for state Senate District 12, has been accused in a divorce filing of having an affair with a married woman.
U.S. Rep. Mike Rogers, R-Saks, said Thursday there is “virtually no chance” the Anniston Army Depot will face Department of Defense closure and realignment procedures.
Anniston, Oxford and Calhoun County Schools are delaying start time by two hours Thursday due to the threat of severe weather.