Latest Headlines


The headlines listed below are related directly to the actions of Anniston's City Hall, City Council, and Anniston City departments, programs, and initiatives.

August
 
Anniston passes nuisance abatement amendment
 
Anniston City Council votes to fight crime as a nuisance
 
First Day of School
 
Anniston Downtown Market growing
 
Crews to begin next week on final parkway work
 
Hundreds turn out for Glen Addie celebration
 
National Night Out
 
Elderly can use Woodstock, other 5Ks to lead healthier lives
 
Woodstock 5K’s youngest director oversees record turnout Saturday
 
Joe Medley: Woodstock 5K turning 35 but getting younger
 
Record-setters: Same group that built Woodstock 5K into major happening gets it done on the course, too
 
First of new, Anniston-built buses ready for the road in Georgia 
 
New fish market operating in Anniston
 

July
 
Anniston City Council to vote Monday on factoring criminal activity into nuisance designation
 
Anniston City Council: No Confederate flag on public property
 
Anniston school leaders delay plans to close 2 elementary schools
 
City of Anniston hosts back to school event
 
Anniston leaders recognize local 'heroes'
 
Anniston museum brings back summer program with live animals
 
Anniston Inn Kitchen to become local historic property
 
Anniston High sees two-year increase in graduation rate
 

June
 
Anniston Wellness Park dedicated for former Surgeon General Satcher
 
City of Anniston transfers ownership of Victoria Inn
 
Marsh signs contract to buy historic Anniston inn
 

May
 
Business As Usual: Effina’s opens in Anniston, Oxford hotel set for auction and local banker returns to state board
 
After sitting empty for 25 years, old Anniston Food World to finally be demolished
 
Anniston council designates federal funding for demolishing dilapidated buildings
 
Anniston museums offer Family Night June 18
 
Anniston, Oxford forming tourism partnership
 

April
 
Anniston Museum's Attack and Defense Hall set to reopen
 
Anniston 12th graders become teachers for a day
 
Fourth Friday street festival returns to downtown Anniston
 

March
 
Anniston officials ask state to open part of Veterans Memorial Parkway
 
Joe Medley: Anniston’s cycling weekend shows growing reach
 
Fort McClellan Road Race makes positive impression on teams
 
Fort McClellan Road Race
 
Sunny King Criterium: Racer with family ties to Calhoun County leads Hincapie Racing’s upset of United
 
Sunny King Criterium: UnitedHealthcare’s ‘Blue Train’ pours ‘Salt & Pepper’ on women’s pro field
 
Sunny King Criterium
 
Noble Street Festival helping to reinvent Anniston
 
Hundreds brave cold for Noble Street Festival
 
Noble Street Festival
 
Blues Traveler headlines Model City Music Fest
 
Model City Music Festival
 
Two-wheeled teams converge on Anniston for a weekend of cycling
 
Canyon climb, health fair set for Saturday in Anniston
 

February
 
Anniston hosts Arbor Day Celebration
 
Anniston lures Canadian fiberglass manufacturing plant, to create 75 new jobs  
 
'Hey, come help us!': Disaster drill involves largest number of Alabama first responders

January
 
Anniston school system organizing off-site tutoring for public housing students
 
Anniston school system shows off gifted program
 
MLK Breakfast & Youth Participation Day: Anniston
 
Former "Cosby" regular speaks at Anniston MLK Breakfast
 
Anniston students urged to put in work to achieve their dreams
 

2014 Headlines