A representative from a state school board association on Thursday presented to the Anniston school board evaluations of the district’s superi…
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A email from the school system said the final draft of the audit should be complete by the week ending Nov. 2, and the board will have a presentation of the audit during a meeting in November. The board had planned to have the presentation Thursday.
Two new bars can now open in downtown Anniston after a Tuesday vote from the City Council — but just those two.
The Make-A-Wish volunteer came to surprise second-grader Rowdy McLeod with a trip to Disney World and Universal Studios.
Have you ever seen a particularly bizarre death scene in a horror film and wondered, Would that really kill you? Well, we at The Star sure have. And it just so happens we have Joseph Scott Morgan’s phone number.
The conclusion of a state ethics complaint against Anniston Councilman Ben Little is now less clear, after the Alabama Ethics Commission grant…
The Oxford City Council on Tuesday agreed to rebate up to $250,000 in sales taxes to a firm that hopes to bring in three businesses at the Oxford Exchange.
“We’re really proud that the Oxford community is coming out to support the members of the deaf community” said Donte Little, regional director at the institute.