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.

October

Editorial: Anniston's wise decision about smoking

Cleaning up the city: Anniston stepping up code enforcement

September

Anniston ready for final Fourth Friday of the year

Anniston City Council wants more communication with RMC board through City Manager

Anniston Museum hosts 'colorful' concert

Suds-Fest's new location, craft brew theme get good reaction

Suds-Fest (images)

Veterinary office aids shelters with PetFest in Zinn Park

PetFest (images)

Anniston wants feedback on zoning at 'Shaping the City' Oct. 8

Police, community leaders plead for help in finding shooter of 2-year-old

Anniston Fire battles early morning, two-alarm apartment blaze

August


Anniston officials want citizen police advisory committee

July

Anniston Main Street program hires new director

June

Hundreds enjoy second Anniston Heritage Music Festival


Local teens participate in junior law enforcement academy

Officials hope to stimulate economy with new trailhead

Anniston City Council waiting before voting on stormwater maintenence fee

Anniston mulling moving City Hall to Watermark Tower

Second Heritage Festival brings music, unity to Zinn Park

"Hello, Anniston!" Model City establishing social media presence

Anniston Police, Calhoun Sheriff's Junior Police Academy set for June 23-27

City might assume loan debt if it buys Watermark Tower

Anniston to impose stormwater user fee in September

Anniston ponders purchase of Watermark Tower

Anniston hires public information officer

Anniston gets $1.7 million to upgrade road at McClellan