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.


Anniston, Oxford forming tourism partnership


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


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


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


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


City of Anniston to host NYE Fireworks Show

Anniston Housing Authority applauds youths for good grades, community service

Fallen veterans honored with wreaths at McClellan

Wreaths Across America event planned for Saturday at McClellan

Anniston hosts law enforcement roundtable

Anniston's IAC plant doubles in size, to hire 350 over next 2 years

'Day of infamy' remembered at new Berman exhibit


Hair raising: Anniston first responders grow beards for charity

Anniston public information seminar set for Thursday

Two Noble Street blocks become playground for an afternoon

Anniston police looking for tips in convenience store robbery, pharmacy burglary

Harbor Freight Tools coming to Anniston

Work to start on downtown trail, park

Editorial: Progress on pedals


Construction to begin next month on West Anniston Wellness Park

Area businesses seeing improvement this year

Anniston receiving almost $1 million in trail project grants

Editorial: Anniston's wise decision about smoking

Cleaning up the city: Anniston stepping up code enforcement


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


Anniston officials want citizen police advisory committee


Anniston Main Street program hires new director


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