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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Local agencies preparing for deep freeze
According to a National Weather Service forecast, the temperature in Anniston will drop below freezing Sunday night a...
07:07 PM, Friday, January 03
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Friends of Weaver police raise money to buy vest for depar...
In less than three weeks, Weaver police received $1,044 for a custom-fit ballistic vest for their canine officer, Dem...
06:48 PM, Friday, January 03
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Tennessee trip is wish granted for Delta boy and family
After his dream trip to Tennessee in December, 12-year-old Dallas Shepard has new memories to ignite his imagination.
06:40 PM, Friday, January 03
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City no longer interested in purchasing Anniston Middle Sc...
Anniston officials say an estimated $6 million cost just for the site and its development would be too high and that ...
06:27 PM, Friday, January 03
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Alabama lawmaker would reduce penalties for pot
A ticket and a fine for smoking pot? That's what some marijuana users would get — and nothing more — if the Alabama L...
06:18 PM, Friday, January 03
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Task Force arrests four men on drug trafficking charges
Officials with an area drug task force on Friday announced the arrest of four men on charges of trafficking cocaine.
05:53 PM, Friday, January 03
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Inmate charged with sexual abuse of corrections officer
A Calhoun County inmate was charged with sexual abuse Dec. 28 after he touched a female corrections officer inappropr...
05:43 PM, Friday, January 03
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Aldi confirms location in Oxford, set to open before June
Aldi spokeswoman Hannah Dewey said the store, at Alabama 21 and Hamric Drive, will likely open before June.
06:38 PM, Thursday, January 02
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Bill would ban Alabama judges from waiving court fees
A bill set to come before the Alabama Legislature this year would ban judges from waiving court fees — even for peopl...
06:11 PM, Thursday, January 02
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Flu season in full swing in Calhoun County
Flu season has hit Calhoun County hard so far, with local and state health experts reporting significant infection ra...
06:00 PM, Thursday, January 02
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Deadline to qualify for state races moved up
MONTGOMERY — Anyone planning to run for statewide office in 2014 had better get a move on, because Alabama has just c...
05:56 PM, Thursday, January 02
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No injuries in Oxford car fire
Oxford firefighters on Thursday afternoon responded to a car fire that resulted in a great deal of smoke but no injur...
01:39 PM, Thursday, January 02
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Local schools to delay start next week for cold weather
Schools throughout northeastern Alabama plan later starts next week to help deal with bitter cold in the weather fore...
12:03 PM, Thursday, January 02
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City officials call New Year’s Eve fireworks show a success
The city of Anniston celebrated New Year’s Eve with a fireworks display at the Duck Pond in McClellan on Wednesday, a...
06:28 PM, Wednesday, January 01
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Government shutdown delays tax season by 10 days
The Internal Revenue Service announced recently that it will be shortening the tax filing season by 10 days this year...
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