The game against 6A Eufaula marked the end of Auburn High's spring practices.
Gov. Kay Ivey announced on Monday that Alabama will end its participation in all federally funded pandemic unemployment compensation programs, effective June 19.
Thursday May 6, Auburn Parks and Recreation had their first Spring Sundown Concert, featuring the Auburn Jazz Band and D.J. Cole.
The Council approved an ordinance requiring business licenses to operate a short-term rental property.
The City's CDBG money will help fund multiple projects and activities that support low-and-moderate-income individuals and families.
Johnson is currently being held at the Lee County Jail with a $125,000 bond.
Due to the increase of concern about the roadside litter in Lee County, District 4 County Commissioner Robert Ham and Micah Messer, founder of Keep Lee County Beautiful, have started roadside cleanups to help alleviate the issue.
As the statewide mask mandate expires, local businesses now have the choice whether to require their customers to wear masks.
AO Discover! will open its main floor of permanent exhibits once its donation goal for Phase I has been met and the exhibits finish construction.
On Thursday, Whataburger announced that it will be opening a new location at Toomer's Corner, according to reporting by Atlanta Tomorrow's News Daily.
Joe Durham, a Georgia lawyer and avid fisherman, advocated on behalf of Auburn's bass fishing team following the announcement of their year-long suspension.
During Tuesday night's City Council meeting, the Council approved the construction of four townhomes on Martin Avenue.
Keep Opelika Beautiful recently wrapped up the annual Azalea and Dogwood Trail, which guides visitors around Opelika's blooming flora.
The Toomer's Corner Sit-In recently celebrated its 300th consecutive day of calling for an end to racism.
Auburn High School's new head coach plans to win the school's first football State Championship.
Rob's Ribs will be managed by its namesake, Rob Goodwin, who has been working at Butcher Paper since it first opened.
On Friday, Opelika Mayor Gary Fuller gave his mayoral address, updating the community on the City's accomplishments over the past year.
The Council will begin meeting in-person starting on April 6.