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Missing Child in Oxford
Oxford, AL – On June 3, 2023, Dayton Notorious Shirley left the area of Kingview Drive in Oxford, Alabama and has not returned. His direction of travel is unknown at this time. If anyone has any information regarding the whereabouts of Dayton Notorious Shirley, please contact the Oxford Police Department at (256) 835-6133. Name: Shirley, Dayton […]
Old Army barracks and property at former Fort McClellan could soon have new life
Much of Fort McClellan in Anniston officially closed its doors in 1999, leaving many structures behind, like barracks known as the 'Starships.' The 117-acre property the barracks sit on has been up for sale since February. The property with close to a million square feet of buildings is being sold...
Poarch Band of Creek Indians Donates $50,000 to Jacksonville State University for Law Enforcement Training Center
Poarch Band of Creek Indians Donates $50,000 to Jacksonville State University for Law Enforcement Training Center. — The Poarch Band of Creek Indians continues its commitment to investing in communities around the state by donating $50,000 to Jacksonville State University’s Law Enforcement Training Center, which was established in 2017 to supplement the education and training of police officers.
Mother charged in death of infant daughter out on bond in St. Clair County
One of two people jailed on murder charges in the death of their infant child is out on bond. Ashley Jacks, of Ashville, has been released from the St. Clair County Jail after her bond was reduced from $1 million to $100,000. She and the baby's father, Joshua Lovechio, each...
Weekly Anniston Police Stats 5/22/2023 to 5/28/2023
Anniston, AL – The Anniston Police Department shares their weekly stats. The stats for the week of 5/22/2023 to 5/28/2023 follow below: Anniston Officers answered a total of 1032 calls for service. There were 87 criminal incident/offense reports taken. There were 55 miscellaneous (minor) incident reports taken. There were 12 felony arrests. There were 30 […]
7 Brew Holds Official Ribbon Cutting with a Message of Cultivating Kindness and a $10,000 Check for the City of Jacksonville
Jacksonville, AL – On a warm and sunny Tuesday morning 7 Brew held their official ribbon cutting with a little help from the Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce. The event was well attended with Jacksonville Mayor Johnny Smith in attendance and Councilmen Tony Taylor and Terry Wilson as well. In addition there were numerous members from […]
Don’t Miss Any Local Calhoun County Events!
Calhoun County, AL – We are proud to provide our news at no cost. We also list current upcoming events so you may plan your schedules and get out to enjoy Calhoun County and all of the activities that happen in each area. We try to have more community and local events than any other source. […]
Anniston uses thousands to share more civil rights history
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WBRC) - People are most likely to picture Birmingham or Montgomery when they think of the Civil Rights Movement, but the city of Anniston also played a role. The city of Anniston is getting thousands of dollars to share their city’s history. They’re getting $74,800 from the...
City of Anniston Transit Alert
Anniston, AL – Jackson Hodges, Anniston Public Relations Director, shared that crosswalk improvements will be made this month at the intersections of 11th Street and Noble Street. The work is scheduled to take place as follows: Week 1 – 6/5/23 – 6/9/23 Week 2 – 6/12/23 – 6/16/23 Week 4 – 6/26/23 – 6/30/23 Work on the crosswalk […]
Jacksonville State Marching Southerners Prepare for D-Day Anniversary 2024
Jacksonville, AL – Per the JSU Media Department it’s been 79 years since 156,000 American, British and Canadian troops landed on the northern coast of France for a massive military assault that would change the course of World War II. As the world remembers D-Day on Tuesday, June 6, Jacksonville State University’s Marching Southerners are gearing up […]
Oxford To Get Sweeter with Crumbl Cookies Opening
Oxford, AL – Oxford is about to get a whole lot sweeter on Friday, June 9, when locally owned and operated Oxford Crumbl Cookies, located at 262 Oxford Exchange Blvd, opens its doors. Store owners Nik Wills and Jayne Coovert can’t wait to serve delicious treats to cookie connoisseurs in Crumbl’s perfectly postable Pink Boxes. […]
Missing Person Report Issued
The Birmingham Police Department issued a missing person(s) report on Wednesday advising that Jermiera Ivory Fowler, age 31, went missing after she told her family she was meeting with someone to make a purchase from Facebook Marketplace. On Thursday at approximately 9:00pm, police received a report of a body on...
Fun with Flags Anniston Style
Anniston, AL – The Anniston Museums and Gardens have two flag related events coming up on Wednesday, June 14th. 12:00 pm – Lunch and Learn: Flag Day – Flags have represented many things to many people for thousands of years and continue to do so today. Bring your lunch and join the Berman Museum on […]
Teen Intro to Improv at the Public Library of Anniston
Anniston, AL – On Thursday, June 15th at 4:00 pm the public library of Anniston-Calhoun County will host a Teen Intro to Improv class. Teens if you’ve ever been intrigued by improv and want to see what it’s all about, this fun introduction to improv is just for you. Participants will learn the basics of improvised […]
Wacky Wednesday Returning To Anniston For The Summer
Wacky Wednesday is returning for the summer! Join the city of Anniston on the first and third Wednesdays in June and July for a Fun Day in the park. They will have educational lessons, games, the splash pad, and more. They hope to see you on Wednesday, June 7th, from 10:30am till 12:30pm, in Zinn […]
10 Again at Calhoun County Golf Tournament
Calhoun County – LeCroy matches 10-under-par mastery of ACC from 2022, makes it back-to-back Wilfred Galbraith Invitational championships By Joe Medley Ten makes a perfect score in some sports. As a measure of under-par golf, it’s close to perfect for three rounds at Anniston Country Club in tournament conditions. Score Jacob LeCroy 10 under par for […]
Food Truck Friday on Oxford’s Main Street
Oxford, AL – On Friday, June 9th from 4:00 pm to 9:00pm Simmons Park will be the location for Food Truck Friday on Main. Food Truck Friday is held the second Friday through October 2023 in Historic Downtown Oxford. Each Friday will include a variety of mobile food vendors, live entertainment, lawn games, bounce houses, and […]
7Brew Coffee donates thousands to the city of Jacksonville to improve pedestrian safety
JACKSONVILLE, Ala. (WBRC) - 7Brew Coffee is open for business in Jacksonville, and they are donating thousands of dollars to improve public safety near two of the city’s schools. They held their grand opening Tuesday morning and gifted Jacksonville city leaders a $10,000 check for pedestrian and bicycle safety...
AltaPointe Health unveils new mental health clinic in Clay County with ribbon-cutting ceremony
ASHLAND, Ala. – AltaPointe Health, a leading provider of comprehensive mental health services, celebrated the grand opening of its new state-of-the-art clinic in Clay County with an official ribbon-cutting ceremony. The new facility, located in Ashland, represents a significant milestone in AltaPointe’s commitment to enhancing access to mental healthcare....
Murder case goes to grand jury
A Calhoun County judge bound over to the grand jury the case of DeAngelo “Dee” Allen, an Anniston man who was killed last September. Keither Snider and her son, Gavin Snider, were both charged with murder in connection with Allen’s death in early May after an extensive investigation by the Anniston Police Department.
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