Auburn's opening football weekend at home is seeing many fans return downtown, but business owners say they're ready to meet demand.
Podcast editor My Ly talks with Editor in Chief Evan Mealins about the current state of COVID-19 and how it’s impacting Auburn students and the community as a whole.
Lee County Humane Society said it faced more a higher number of intakes this summer, and people returning pets they adopted earlier in the pandemic could be a cause.
On Monday, Aug. 30, 77 patients were hospitalized at East Alabama Medical Center and EAMC-Lanier and 21 of 25 patients in the intensive care unit were on ventilators.
West Smiths Station Elementary School will be going online for over a week starting Tuesday, Lee County Schools announced on its website.
A car that looked like a shark, a miniature dragster and several larger monster trucks were among the remote control vehicles that took over Auburn-Opelika Skate Park on Saturday morning.
Auburn Parks and Recreation will host the RC Car Skate Park Takeover tomorrow, Saturday, Aug. 28 from 10 a.m.-12 p.m. at the Auburn-Opelika Skate Park.
Kimberly Johnson, study skills teacher at Auburn Junior High School who was selected Alabama Teacher of the Year, said she builds relationships with students to see them succeed.
Evan Mealins and Charlie Ramo talk to Auburn mayor Ron Anders about how Auburn is becoming a city of its own, through a growing manufacturing sector and investments in education and public safety.
Sixteen COVID-19 patients are on ventilators at East Alabama Health hospitals, a number that officials felt wouldn’t be reached after vaccines became available. There are 77 patients hospitalized at EAH for COVID-19, the highest since January 2021.
"End Days" wasn’t a typical pick for the AACT because of its dark topic dealing with an unconventional family reeling from the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks.
The 11th annual Back 2 School Bash welcomed families in support of a donation drive with Samaritans Feet, a nonprofit donating shoes to children in Lee County and Honduras.
Cornerstone Family Chiropractic will host its 11th annual Back 2 School Bash in Auburn on Saturday morning, a free carnival event supporting North Carolina nonprofit Samaritans Feet which donates footwear to children in need.
Effective Aug. 23, Lee County Schools will join Auburn and Opelika’s school districts in requiring all individuals to wear masks indoors, LCS announced Friday. The requirement will be in effect until further notice, the press release states.
Statewide pediatric hospitalizations have increased to 50. Nine of those patients are on ventilators.