Jim Little | Community Editor
City and University officials and members of the Downtown Merchants association attended a groundbreaking ceremony held in the middle of the intersection at 10:30 a.m.
The Auburn City Council voted Tuesday, May 5 to allow free parking downtown during the summer and to open up all the floors of the municipal parking deck behind City Hall.
Voters approved the bond issue by an 85 percent margin with the vote total 2,427 in favor and 428 against.
UPDATED: Vice President of Student Affairs issues statement on Auburn residents' reaction to Auburn Airwaves
Auburn residents voiced their displeasure with the musical acts at Auburn Airwaves during the Auburn City Council meeting Tuesday, April 21.
A new six-story development is in the works outside the apartment moratorium boundary. The design of The Parker was submitted to the Auburn Board of Zoning Adjustment at the April 1 meeting. The developers, CA Ventures, presented the plans to the board to request a variance requiring buildings built in the Urban Core District to be built out of brick with accents of stucco, limestone or wood. The board denied the variance request in a 3-2 vote.
A change in location and jurisdiction for the 50th annual Alpha Psi Rodeo in 2015 brought an increase in the number of arrests at the event compared to 2014. Rodeo took place Saturday, April 11, at Ingram Farms on U.S.
Hundreds of students from public universities across Alabama came to Montgomery to urge lawmakers for more funding for higher education Thursday, April 9.
Former Councilman Arthur Dowdell still contends Councilman Clemon Byrd was not eligible to run for his seat in Ward 1.
Defense attorneys for Alabama Speaker Mike Hubbard (R-Auburn) want the 23 ethics violation charges dismissed.
It was a hot and muggy summer day in 1964 in a small Georgia town outside of Atlanta. The 1964-65 editor for The Auburn Plainsman was covering a standoff between civil rights demonstrators and a crowd of white townspeople for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Don Phillips was originally an engineering major, but decided to change his major to journalism because he said he wanted to graduate quicker. After graduating, Phillips went on to work for the United Press International wire service and became Atlanta bureau manager in 1969.