The third annual Opelika Songwriters Festival was held from Thursday, Oct. 13 to Sunday, Oct. 16. The festival featured 36 performers, including headliners, The Indigo Girls, Rickie Lee Jones and Shawn Mullins.
The Auburn City Council announced Tuesday that it would be investing nearly $42,000 in facility improvements at Westview and Town Creek Cemeteries.
Alabama launched a task force in August to close the gender-based wage gap in the Yellowhammer state.
After bomb threats were posted on social media on Sept. 20 and 21, Opelika police arrested a juvenile suspect.
After joining a lawsuit filed by the State of Alabama more than three years ago, the Auburn City Council authorized the execution of a settlement agreement with Johnson & Johnson and its subsidiaries over the company’s involvement in the ongoing opioid epidemic.
On Monday, the Auburn Police Department announced that they are seeking a suspect in a fatal shooting that happened on South College Street at 12:05 a.m. on Monday, Sept. 19.
Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors came to downtown Opelika on their "Let's Go Somewhere" tour, joined by The National Parks.
The City Council announced key infrastructure and beautification projects around town as well as the approval of several new alcohol beverage licenses on Tuesday.