Next week’s Opioid Roundtable will be a virtual version of the annual anti-drug event organized by the Anniston-based nonprofit Agency for Substance Abuse Prevention.
This unholy tilt is embedded within what James Cobb, the superb Deep South chronicler at the University of Georgia, calls the Southern strategy of labor relations.
“NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt” broadcast a remarkable series this week about the effects of the pandemic on young people.
Jacksonville State University and other smaller college football programs should consider switching their schedules to spring on a full-time basis.
In 1987, not long before Christmas, a gathering of Anniston’s Black ministers held a clandestine meeting to discuss a radical proposal: renaming 15th Street after the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Since November, the city’s elected delegation has oozed blandness — in what it’s discussed, in its public comportment, in its decisions.
A Dallas-based development company that works extensively with Amazon has been talking to NASCAR about acquiring some of Talladega Superspeedway’s real estate.
Best I can tell, there hasn’t been a publicized Ku Klux Klan parade on Noble Street since 1965. After a Sunday afternoon rally at the Anniston City Auditorium, about 500 Klansmen and their hangers-on marched down 10th Street, turned north, paraded four blocks to 14th Street and reconvened wh…
The former president of the United States incited an insurrection on the U.S. Capitol in one of the most seditious moments in American history.