Concourse/south, Opelika's downtown art and music festival, began on Sunday with Supper & Songs at the Southside Center for the Arts.
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The second annual Opelika arts and music festival Concourse/south will begin tomorrow and last all week.
The Auburn City Council unanimously approved a memorandum of understanding with the Alabama Baptist State Board of Missions to construct a new parking deck to be located at 135 North College St. as well as changes to City parking meters at their meeting on Tuesday.
Auburn's downtown bars have been anticipating the arrival of student's who love the downtown life all summer with a multitude of drink specials.
As wonderful as the money on your TigerCard can be, it's all too common to hear Auburn students complain about being out of money halfway through the semester. Where did it all go? How can you spread it out to last the entire semester, ideally?
This is satire.
Former Auburn Football Coach Pat Dye's name joined the ranks of other historic figures on the George Bengston Historic Tree Trail when he donated one of his Japanese maples to the City on Tuesday morning.
The City of Auburn launched a new, easy-to-use website interface at the beginning of August located at auburnalabama.org, which is available on all web-available devices, including mobile.
Former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore spoke at a meet-and-greet event in Auburn Tuesday night as part of his campaign for U.S. Senate in the 2017 special election primary, which is set for Aug. 15.
A throng of Auburn residents holding tickets, cash and driver’s licenses formed around a tent in front of Stamp where wristbands, fans and wine glasses were being given out for the second annual Cheers on the Corner on Friday night.
The sound of children’s laughter and balls reverberating off of a gym floor could be heard as members of the Auburn community were invited on Thursday to look upon the Native American Art Museum filled with arts and crafts inspired by Native American culture and made by children of the Boys and Girls Club.
The Auburn Area Community Theatre (AACT) invited Auburn community members to its open house on Thursday night at the Jan Dempsey Art Community Arts Center.
The Auburn City Council has approved a request by Momma Mocha's Coffee Emporium for a retail beer alcoholic beverage license at their meeting on Tuesday.
Huff Smith Law in Auburn, Alabama, has promised to match every school supply donation it receives until July 20.
The first episode of season seven of “Game of Thrones” airs on HBO tonight at 8 p.m. CST.
Auburn residents may soon vote in a special election referendum on allowing restaurants to begin selling alcohol on Sunday beginning at 10 a.m. as opposed to the current start time of noon.
Musician Amy Black released her fourth album, “Memphis,” on June 2, with music inspired by the likes of Otis Redding and Al Green.
The Lee County Historical Society invited members of the community to Pioneer Park in Loachapoka, Alabama, today to experience the culture and history of Lee County.
Golf cart taxis could provide Auburn football fans with an alternative method of travel through Auburn’s downtown this fall.
The second annual Cheers on the Corner event will take place in downtown Auburn on July 28 from 6-10 p.m.