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With the resolve to protect their city painted on their faces, over 70 citizens packed into the Lee County Commission Chamber to voice their opposition to the purposed quarry in Opelika, and the Lee County Commission heard them.
UPDATE 2:32 Broken power lines on Magnolia Avenue caused power outages in downtown Auburn on gameday, police said.
Megan McGowen Crouch started her career in city government over 21 years ago — in 1997, as an intern in community planning — and now, she is taking on the position of Assistant City Manager.
A funeral service was held in the Auburn Arena on May 24, 2019 for Officer William Buechner, age 37, who was shot to death when the Auburn Police Division responded to a domestic-disturbance call Sunday evening.
Mayor Ron Anders extended City Manager Jim Buston’s contract for an additional year without official approval from the City Council, creating tension between councilmembers during the Council’s meeting Feb. 5.
The City of Auburn recently entertained the idea of making a city holiday in honor of Rosa Parks before deciding the cost was too high. But how exactly is a holiday created, and why is the cost so high?
In an attempt to sell and zone about 25 acres of land for development, Sheri Todd and her siblings unknowingly set into motion a chain of events leading to a new city ordinance and months of legal confusion.
The City of Auburn is now officially live streaming City Council meetings via Eagle Eye TV. Auburn’s City Council had previously agreed on a desire to live stream council meetings, and as of the Jan. 8, 2019 meeting, all City Council meetings will be live streamed.
Construction of The Standard apartment complex is going smoothly, and is on schedule to house auburn students fall 2019.
A public transit system doesn’t seem to be on the horizon with the City of Auburn not officially looking into any type of public transportation at this time.
Spectators and veterans alike gathered together in Opelika in remembrance and celebration of Armistice Day.
Rain or shine, Auburn residents are hitting the polls Tuesday morning for Alabama’s general elections.
The number one cause of teenage death in the United States is distracted or impaired driving – a frightening fact that Mike Lutzenkirchen is trying to change.
The Pride on the Plains Board of Governors will host their second annual Mr. and Miss Pride on the Plains Pageant Saturday, Oct. 27, 2018 at the Irish Bred Pub in Opelika.
A new sense of style and fashion is coming to Auburn with the collaboration and opening of Studio 3:19 and Oliver Henry’s new location in the historic Opelika district.
Editor's note: A previous version of the article had a picture of the incorrect restaurant. It has since been corrected to reflect a true image of the restaurant. We sincerely regret the error.
The U.S. Women’s National Team smashes their way to the Pan-American games with a victory against Canada’s team.
On Monday, Aug. 27, 2018, the popular contemporary American restaurant Hamilton’s opened the doors of its second location on Ogletree Road.
Instruments shined bright under the stadium lights of Duck Samford Park as high school and college band members showcased their new halftime shows at the Auburn-Band Parents-Association, ABPA, 19th annual Band-O-Rama Thursday night.