Kailey Beth Smith | Community Writer
Hunger and food insecurity are issues sweeping the state, and some local potters have gathered their resources to raise awareness and take steps toward a solution.
The AWF opened its doors on Nov. 14 to community members as churches and local leaders competed for the chance to claim victory for the best chili in Auburn.
On Tuesday, Lee County District Attorney Brandon Hughes announced the implementation of Naloxone, a new weapon in the arsenal of the war on drugs.
More than 2,000 members of the Auburn community turned out on Tuesday night.
The Lee County Extension Office, hosts of the Master Gardeners tour in the spring, sponsored the wine tour.
Michael Overstreet sat comfortably in a barstool, smiling at all of the people who entered Toomer’s Drugstore late on Friday afternoon.
A you-pick pumpkin patch, The Farmer in the Dell was named one of the "Top 25 Pumpkin Patches in Alabama You Need to Visit This Fall," by the Blog for Lifestyle and Travel.
Ambient lighting and laughter filled The Red Clay Brewing Company in Opelika on Thursday night, as a local scientist presented his most recent research.
The promotion of creativity continues in the Auburn community with the the Auburn Arts Association's upcoming 19th annual Juried Arts Exhibition.
The sun shone brightly over the plains on Friday, as local officials and campus representatives met to discuss traffic and pedestrian safety in the community.