Fire Station 6 will be located on Farmville Road and will cost the City roughly $3.1 million.
Butch Anthony's Museum of Wonder is home to a mix of Anthony's work and items collected from the nearby area.
The last City Market of the year will be on Oct. 24 at Town Creek Park.
The resolution banning the sale of alcohol to unseated restaurant and bar customers has been lifted.
The City of Auburn's Student Firefighter Program pays for college tuition while students gain experience for a future job in firefighting.
The three concerts will start at 6 p.m. on Thursdays at Kiesel Park.
The Council voted to extend the current restrictions on bars until Oct. 7.
Following resolutions from both the Auburn City Council and the Alabama Alcoholic Beverage Commission, APD and the ABC are actively enforcing restrictions on bars.
A Colorado-based automotive company is establishing manufacturing operations in Auburn, a move that is expected to create 300 jobs, according to a press release from the Alabama Department of Commerce.
The two suspects are charged with the kidnapping of 18-year-old Thomas A. Green, who disappeared early Saturday morning, Sept. 5, 2020.
Although college football has not been cancelled, the City planned its biennial budget assuming it would not see any of its typical football season revenue.
Citizens can apply for a mail-in ballot until October 29.
Funds for Dinius Park, Auburn's newest City park, were approved by the Auburn City Council at their meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 1.
Police are searching for a person of interest who is considered armed and dangerous.
On Thursday, August 27. Auburn City Council held a meeting via zoom to discuss further procedures they are planning on taking to limit any further spread of COVID-19. The City Council passed a resolution that prohibits the sale of alcohol to non seated guests.
Alabama’s Safer at Home Order, which includes a mask-wearing requirement in public spaces, has been extended for another five weeks, Gov. Kay Ivey announced in a press conference today.
Auburn University students gathered in local bars and clubs following their return to campus. The University and Lee County both saw an increase in coronavirus cases in mid-to-late August.
Creekwood Resources, the same company that withdrew its application for a quarry near Opelika in March, is now beginning testing for a granite quarry site in Beulah.