Slideshow: Restoring the Dr. Francis Museum
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Trauma teams train for terror attack response
Kelly Jung and members of ThedaCare's trauma team train constantly for just about any type of emergency.
Regional Medical Center to break even with 2014 budget
Regional Medical Center in downtown Anniston is shown in this file photo. The institution is expecting an accreditation survey in the near future.
Firefighter deaths in decline nationwide
It's been 46 years since an Anniston firefighter died while on his way to wage a battle with a blaze.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Man charged with strangling ex-girlfriend
Anniston police say a man arrested on domestic violence charges Saturday beat and choked his ex-girlfriend last week.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
Sandra Gunter dedicated her life to Anniston public schools
Sandra Gunter, shown in a photo provided by her family, was known for her outstanding professionalism in the cause of mentoring both students and younger colleagues.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Anniston Board of Education makes plans for superintendent search
By Paige Rentz firstname.lastname@example.org With Superintendent Joan Frazier retiring at the end of the coming academic year, members of the Anniston Board of Education are preparing to find the schools' next leader.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Police investigating Cooper Homes assault, shooting
Police were still searching for suspects today after a woman was assaulted and shot at last week on Cooper Avenue.
Marsh to seek another term
Senate President Pro Tem Del Marsh, R-Anniston, debates Sen. Bobby Singleton, D-Greensboro, during regular legislative session at the State House in Montgomery.
A year after cyclist's death, city has plans for bike safety, but little infrastructure
Patrick Wigley said he thinks about Derek Jensen every day. He thinks about Jensen while talking to fellow bikers who come into his shop, Wig's Wheels, on Noble Street, or when he attends meetings of the Northeast Alabama Bicycling Association, and goes to biking events around the county.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Moe's Southwest Grill Riverchase Grand Re-opening
Moe's Southwest Grill will celebrate the grand re-opening of the Riverchase location on June 12. Guests are invited to come see the newly remodeled store and enjoy a free cup of Queso with the purchase of any adult entree.
Weaver OKs measure allowing Sunday alcohol sales
Businesses in the eastern Alabama town of Weaver will soon be able to sell beer, wine and liquor on Sundays.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
Peerless Saloon & Grille Poetry After Dark
Have you ever been to a place where the Ambiance of pleasure and excitement awaits your soul as you walk through the Artistic doors? Have you ever tasted Poetry and had it chase down with Soul? We have some of the most gifted Artists ready to unify their passion with your heart.
Editorial: Re-do recycling - City Council would be wise to bring curbside program to Anniston
Back in the day, Anniston's tryst with curbside recycling ran hot: 9,000 blue, plastic bins distributed across town in a haze of earthy good will.
Anniston schools superintendent to retire
Anniston Superintendent of Education Joan Frazier plans to retire next year, she told The Star Tuesday.
Mon Jun 10, 2013
Man reportedly assaults child with stick
A man reportedly hit a 10-year-old boy with a stick Saturday evening in Anniston, sending the boy to hospital with injuries, police said.
Defense Civilians Make Last Ditch Effort to End Furloughs
Beleaguered federal employees have taken to the White House's petition website to challenge the Pentagon's decision to furlough most of its civilian workforce for 11 days in fiscal 2013.
Burglars make off with $15,000 in hunting bows from Anniston store
Anniston Police are investigating a weekend burglary at a business where thieves made off with $15,000 in compound hunting bows.
Sun Jun 09, 2013
Artists in Action: Anniston shows itself rich in art, history
Chris Brooks and Robin Waldrop performed at The Anniston-Calhoun County Public Library on June 4. Photo: Teresa Kiser/Special to The Star It's been an interesting week, with more developments on the horizon.
Sat Jun 08, 2013
Slideshow: American Day Celebration at Ladiga Manor
Comments must be made through Facebook No personal attacks No name-calling No offensive language Comments must stay on topic No infringement of copyrighted material Joey Crews is a Realtor in Anniston, AL with Keller Williams Realty.