Latest The Anniston Star Stories
By Deirdre Long, The Anniston Star, Ala. Aug. 7--Not much has changed about 11 W. 11th St. since it opened as the all-ages music venue Model City Records in the spring. There still isn't any furniture, just a sizable stage and even bigger dance floor.
By Mike Faulk, The Anniston Star, Ala. Aug. 7--A Renew Our Rivers celebration and cleanup project is scheduled for noon Saturday near Heflin on the Tallapoosa River. Volunteers can bring their own boat or borrow one from Tallapoosa River Outfitters at no cost, owner Lex Brown said.
By Dan Whisenhunt, The Anniston Star, Anniston, Ala. Aug.
By Mike Faulk, The Anniston Star, Ala. Aug. 3--The Anniston Chemical Agent Disposal Facility began incinerating the last of its nerve agent munitions Saturday, spokesman Mike Abrams said. Workers began processing the first of several thousand M23 VX nerve agent-filled land mines.
By Laura Tutor, The Anniston Star, Ala. Aug. 3--Twenty-three years, and the song still grabs you by the hand. Now it emanates from a television -- not a movie screen -- hawking back-to-school fashions for the 'tween and teen set. "Don't you....
By Graham Milldrum, The Anniston Star, Ala. Aug. 2--It might seem that talking about stranger danger and healthy eating would drag down a back-to-school party.
By Brett Buckner, The Anniston Star, Ala. Aug. 2--The image most people conjure up when considering donated food is often a far cry from appetizing -- dinted cans of chicken broth, pumpkin pie filling and tomato paste that's mere days away from its expiration date.
By Dan Whisenhunt, The Anniston Star, Ala. Jul. 29--Retailers and parents in Calhoun County are gearing up for the sales tax holiday this weekend. Parents say they appreciate saving money on school supplies, while local governments say the holiday doesn't hurt their bottom line.
By Graham Milldrum, The Anniston Star, Ala. Jul. 25--If you thought $3.91 a gallon for gas is bad, imagine paying $5.19 a gallon. That's the story for owners flying personal aircraft out of Anniston Municipal Airport.
By Dan Whisenhunt, The Anniston Star, Ala. Jul. 20--A dozen high school students visited Jacksonville State University this week to learn how to be peer tutors.
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