Ryan Phillips

Interfaith Ministries, a coalition of religious denominations who perform charity work, will now have a vending stand set up at the Anniston Farmer’s Market every Saturday morning.

As ESPN prepares to launch the new SEC Network on Aug. 14, some television service providers are in last-minute negotiations to bring a 24-hour SEC experience to their viewers.

The Star took home eight APME awards, including three for first place, and 10 awards from the APA, including two first-place finishes.

Two of the biggest components of the project, a competition gymnasium and a storm shelter within the school, were both discussed.

The event was paid for and organized by the Oxford Police Department, U.S. Attorney's Office for the Northern District of Alabama and the FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force. Numerous speakers were featured at the event, with the common theme focusing on the protection and promotion of domestic security.

The Alabama Department of Transportation announced this week that it’s taking a step toward a structural reorganization by reconfiguring its nine numbered operating divisions into five geographically named regions.

John Merrill has won the Republican nomination for Secretary of State after a highly contested primary and runoff against Reese McKinney.

Jimmy Pyro will eat, breath and dance with fire in a family-friendly spectacle Thursday at the Public Library of Anniston-Calhoun County.

Homespun wisdom is a vanishing art in Southern storytelling. But Cornelia Wills has found a way to keep it alive with her new book, “Mama Said…

Local voters will have to choose whether they’ll cast a ballot in state or local elections when checking their ballots in next Tuesday’s primary runoffs.

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