Eduardo Medina | Assistant Community Editor
'I don’t want to leave. I built this house': What happens when student housing forces African-Americans from their homes
New student housing and city policies force African Americans from their longtime homes.
The event was held at the Red Barn and was sponsored by the Lee County Republican Party.
The second and final installment in our series on an immigrant seeking refuge and a new life in Auburn.
Immigrant seeks refuge, new life in Auburn
Citizens began voting Tuesday morning in municipal runoffs for mayor and four positions on Auburn's City Council.
Proceeds will help provide free mammograms on Oct. 23 at EAMC
Northwest Auburn, a predominantly black sector of the city, has historically contended with local officials for improvements and revitalization in the area.
The food bank's new location will be at 355 Industry Drive, adjacent to its current location at 375 Industry Drive.
Former Auburn mayoral candidate, Richard Speake, was charged with public intoxication over the weekend.