Sam Willoughby | Community Editor
It's official: E.J. Montgomery is taking his talents to Lexington.
Auburn City Schools Superintendent Karen DeLano and Auburn Police Chief Paul Register updated City Council on their efforts to secure Auburn’s schools.
Auburn residents now have a better idea of what Toomer's Corner will look like in the near future.
Auburn City Council will hear a proposed amendment to the city code that would allow restaurants to start serving alcohol on Sundays at 10 a.m.
At Thursday’s Planning Commission meeting, developer Tom Hayley agreed to shelve his planned commercial development near the Donahue Ridge subdivision for a few more months.
Sunday brunches in Auburn could soon start a little earlier.
The plan covers 1.4 square miles of the northwest part of town, and the city says it will encourage redevelopment and improve the streetscape of the area.
At least two life-flight helicopters have arrived on the scene.
Depending on how long it takes the city and developer to work through the issues, the commission could hear the proposal again at its meeting in April or May.
Plans for a downtown bar on West Magnolia Avenue are back in motion, more than a year after the city approved the developer’s original proposal.