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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Anniston man charged with drug possession, illegal possess...
Police say an Anniston man arrested Tuesday was found with a handgun on him that he was forbidden to possess.
04:51 PM, Wednesday, December 18
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Students asked to improve Anniston’s image through film
Organizers of a film contest are asking local students to help improve Anniston’s image to the rest of the country.
04:18 PM, Wednesday, December 18
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Fruithurst woman dies in single-vehicle crash
A 54-year-old Fruithurst woman died after being thrown from her SUV in a single-vehicle crash in Heflin on Wednesday.
04:13 PM, Wednesday, December 18
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George Smith: Just as Spiritual as The Sistine
A red poinsettia looked out on the congregation from the baptismal, a tree dressed in white lights sat front left, an...
05:00 AM, Wednesday, December 18
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Police investigating robbery at Anniston gas station
The suspect took $262 and two packs of cigarettes before leaving the gas station, according to a police report.
12:45 AM, Wednesday, December 18
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Bikers to help in search for missing Heflin girl
The representatives were invited to the council meeting by Heflin Police Chief A. J. Benefield. The organization is w...
12:42 AM, Wednesday, December 18
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Air ambulance company makes cost-saving proposal to Piedmo...
If the council approves the contract it will apply to those people living inside Piedmont’s city limits. It will cove...
12:38 AM, Wednesday, December 18
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Weaver council hears annexation request
A request from a gas station on U.S. 431 to annex into Weaver’s city limits died without a motion from the City Counc...
07:25 PM, Tuesday, December 17
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Construction yet to begin on Tutwiler prison camera system
Construction has yet to begin on a system of security cameras for Tutwiler Prison for Women, the state facility that ...
05:53 PM, Tuesday, December 17
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Fourth candidate in running for Anniston superintendent job
An educator with experience improving academically troubled schools is the fourth candidate seeking the Anniston scho...
05:37 PM, Tuesday, December 17
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Anniston nonprofit begins Christmas giveaway
Alford Hardnett helped a young mother Tuesday carry out several bags filled with toys for her children. The woman tha...
05:09 PM, Tuesday, December 17
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Weaver wins $500 for Red Ribbon Week
The Weaver Elementary School principal on Tuesday was awarded $500 by the Agency For Substance Abuse for the school’s...
05:02 PM, Tuesday, December 17
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Crime Bulletin for December 17, 2013
The Anniston Star's Crime Bulletin for December 17, 2013.
10:59 AM, Tuesday, December 17
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Alabama child care center numbers decline, leaving unmet d...
Gail Piggott, executive director of the Alabama Partnership for Children, said keeping a day care afloat — much less ...
01:37 AM, Tuesday, December 17
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Cleburne County Commission OKs waste water contract proposal
the Cleburne County commissioners Monday approved a proposed contract that would allow the construction of a waste tr...
01:34 AM, Tuesday, December 17
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