Potential jurors don’t need to report, court offic...
06:40 PM, Friday, April 18
Officials with the Calhoun County Courthouse on Friday announced that residents who received jury summonses for Monday no longer have to report for duty. Circuit Clerk Eli Henderson said that as cases get closer to a jury trial, lawyers often work...

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Stewart, longtime businessman and civic leader, dies at 90
Stewart lived as a young child with his four brothers in the mill village in Jacksonville, where he grew up working i...
03:50 PM, Friday, April 18
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Oxford man says despite city’s protest, his chickens aren’...
The veteran of the Gulf War said he bought the chickens almost two years ago to help him with his post-traumatic stre...
02:18 PM, Friday, April 18
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Sheriff: Dispute between neighbors may have led to arson
Investigators with the State Fire Marshal's Office and the Sheriff’s Office were investigating Friday what may have s...
02:08 PM, Friday, April 18
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Saks third-graders know beans about nutrition, math
A lesson plan for Saks Elementary School third-graders over the last month amounted to a hill of beans. More than 250...
01:12 PM, Friday, April 18
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Calhoun County had slight job growth in March
Calhoun County had 200 more residents with jobs in March than in the previous month.
09:38 AM, Friday, April 18
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Jacksonville panel approves expansion at assisted living f...
"We're ready to break ground. we're ready to get going," said Barry Ray, president of Legacy Senior Services, the com...
11:58 PM, Thursday, April 17
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Heflin shuts off water from Anniston
The move is expected to save the the Heflin board money but make a dent in the sales of the Anniston Water Works and ...
05:44 PM, Thursday, April 17
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Two EMS agencies lobby to cover Quad Cities
The eastern Calhoun County community is the setting for a dispute between EMS units from Anniston and Oxford. The Cal...
05:01 PM, Thursday, April 17
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Anniston federal courthouse construction projected for 2017
Design and construction of a long-delayed new federal courthouse in Anniston could start in 2017, according to a gove...
04:31 PM, Thursday, April 17
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Police investigating arson that destroyed mobile home
Anniston police Thursday were investigating what they believe was an intentional fire that destroyed a mobile home We...
04:10 PM, Thursday, April 17
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Stolen guns mean more guns used in crimes, officials say
A 2013 study by the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives found that Alabama law enforcement ag...
03:56 PM, Thursday, April 17
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Anniston man charged with rape, sodomy
An Anniston man was in the Calhoun County jail Thursday, charged with raping and sodomizing a woman last month.
02:59 PM, Thursday, April 17
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Anniston students get inside look at democracy
Students from Anniston elementary schools toured the State House and the Capitol in Montgomery this week. The tour ha...
02:30 PM, Thursday, April 17
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District 12 Senate race sees injection of ‘dark money’
One political scientist says it's a sign that “dark money” has found its way into state-level politics. "If someone d...
12:28 AM, Thursday, April 17
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Water restored to Heflin residents as officials seek conta...
Heflin residents who had been without water since Friday because of possible contamination have all had their water r...
06:23 PM, Wednesday, April 16
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