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Dear Auburn City Schools,
According to estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau, Auburn has been positioned as one of Alabama’s fastest-growing metropolitan areas, with immense potential to bring economic growth. Yet the Loveliest Village on the Plains is quickly becoming a bland urban emporium, non-reflective of its residents’ needs and the town’s characteristic historic charm.
Unlike last year, the Auburn-Opelika area will have filled spaces for public events, ready to showcase the best fireworks and Independence Day entertainment. The list of events spans from Saturday, July 3 until Monday, July 5.
The expansion of Auburn, to high-rise apartment buildings and more chain businesses, seems to be causing some of its residents to decide to settle in the quieter neighboring town of Opelika.
Former Lee County District Attorney Brandon Hughes has pleaded guilty to two felony counts, according to the Alabama Attorney General’s Office.
Head coach Johnnie Harris and Auburn women’s basketball have stayed active this offseason as the Tigers have added another player to their 2021-22 roster.
For the third year in a row, Auburn will be taking part in the Big12/SEC Challenge.
East Alabama Medical Center’s new Freestanding Emergency Department, located in EAMC’s also new Auburn Medical Pavilion, will begin operation on Wednesday, June 23 at 7 a.m.
Three Auburn students will be competing for scholarship money Tuesday night on NBC’s newly rebooted "College Bowl," a quiz show hosted by football Hall of Famer Peyton Manning. The show will air at 9 p.m. on NBC. If you’re in Auburn, the local NBC affiliate is Montgomery-operated WSFA.
Room 331 in Tichenor Hall is not just another room in the building — it is the office for the dean of liberal arts, and it is where Joe Aistrup has been serving Auburn students for eight years.
People have celebrated Juneteenth for years, but Saturday was the first time that Auburn residents gathered to the scale they did to remember and celebrate the emancipation of slaves.
A young man died after being shot by Lee County sheriff’s deputies early Saturday morning. Jeff Melvin, 20, pointed a shotgun at law enforcement before deputies fired multiple rounds at him, according to a press release from the Lee County Sheriff’s Office.
A former Tiger Transit driver was found guilty of sexual abuse by a Lee County jury on Friday after he was accused of allowing one of his former coworkers to rape and sodomize an unconscious 18-year-old Auburn University student aboard a bus in fall 2017, according to the order from the Lee County Circuit Court.
On Thursday, 40-year-old Shawvokie Zacchaeus Williams was arrested on a felony warrant for sexual abuse of a child less than 12 years old, according to the Auburn Police Division.
An Auburn man was arrested on a warrant charging him with rape second degree in relation to an incident in early June, according to the Auburn Police Division.
President Joe Biden signed a bill yesterday recognizing Juneteenth as a federal holiday. The holiday commemorates June 19, 1865, when Union troops arrived in Galveston, Tex., to enforce the Emancipation Proclamation and Texas slaves learned that they had been made free.
Even before playing a snap at Auburn, freshman wide receiver Hal Presley will be looking to play elsewhere this fall.
Auburn will be facing off against the University of Miami in a home-and-home series in 2029 and 2030, the Athletics Department announced Thursday.
“I will do everything I can to help them be as successful as they can be.”
The Auburn City Council approved a construction bid for the roundabout at the intersection of Wire Road and Cox Road at it’s Tuesday night meeting.