News Releases


2015
 
City of Anniston hires new Museum Director
 
ALDOT TRAFFIC ADVISORY: Work Continues on Anniston Eastern Bypass, in Calhoun County
 
Coldwater Mountain Bike Trail Response and Rescue
 
Anniston Fire Department partners with Anniston High School for Student First Responder Training Program
 
ALDOT TRAFFIC ADVISORY: Work Continues on Anniston Eastern Bypass, in Calhoun County
 
Downtown Anniston Historic District Incentive Program
 
Main Street Anniston hires new director
 
“Who’s Bad?” returns for Model City Music Festival
 
ALDOT Announces Planned Closures as Work Continues on Anniston Eastern Bypass, in Calhoun
 
City of Anniston enlists help of U.S. Department of Justice
 
City Places Two APD Officers on Administrative Leave
 
Beau Mims becomes Officer for a Day
 
Lt. Curtis McCants receives Robert Stinson Award
 
Blues Traveler to kickoff 'Anniston's Biggest Weekend'
 
Anniston selected as 2015 Official Arbor Day City
 
Crime in Anniston down for second year in a row
 
2015 Projects & Road Improvements
 

2014
 
Tier I automobile supplier IAC doubles size, adds nearly 400 jobs
 
Anniston City Christmas Parade set for Monday, Dec. 8
 
RMC Rejects Settlement Agreement
 
Harbor Freight Tools to Open Anniston Store
 
Groundbreaking ceremony to be held for West Anniston Wellness Park
 
City Council approves New Flyer tax abatement for $13 million expansion
 
Anniston receives nearly $1 million in grants for FY 2015 trail projects
 
Restructuring of Code Enforcement Department underway
 
City of Anniston and RMC Board agree to mediation
 
Atlanta Rhythm Section to perform at Model City Music Festival
 
Anniston residents invited to help with "Shaping the City"
 
City Parks and Recreation Department kicks off fall sports season with FootGolf
 
Anniston City Council approves reinstatement of gas tax
 
The City of Anniston fills two key positions
 
The City of Anniston takes first steps towards updating Zoning Ordinance
 
Carl Anthony Payne to speak at city’s “Back-to-School Blast”
 
Anniston City Council approves $10,000 allocation to local Crime Stoppers organization
 
City of Anniston Launches "Hello, Anniston" Social Media Campaign
 
Mayor Vaughn Stewart Calls Recent Klan Actions "Disappointing"
 
City of Anniston Hires First Public Information Officer