Elizabeth Hurley | Community Editor
The City Council has pushed back a vote on an ordinance that would create two new zoning categories along Harper Avenue at its Tuesday night meeting.
Toilet paper covered the brick paths and grass surrounding the Oaks at Toomer’s Corner as hundreds of Auburn fans flooded the streets Sunday night to catch a glimpse of the 2019 SEC Tournament Champions.
The City of Auburn will move forward with its planned public parking deck after developers could not reach an agreement by the end of February to bring a Southern Living Hotel to North College Street, City Manger Jim Buston told The Plainsman.
The president is expected to visit some of the hardest-hit areas in southern Lee County about 15 miles from Auburn.
Gov. Kay Ivey visited Lee County, Alabama, Wednesday to survey the damage from Sunday’s tornadoes that killed 23 people.
Cars circled the Auburn Dream Center as volunteers unloaded donations for tornado relief after storms ripped through Lee County Sunday afternoon.
The second day of testimony began Thursday morning in the trial of the former Tiger Transit driver charged with rape and sodomy of an 18-year-old Auburn student.
“Being in the military kind of put me in a dark place — having to hide myself to avoid harassment and bullying,” Peacock said. “It had just brought me to an extremely dark place.”
Parents with children in the autism community were shocked earlier this year when they learned that Lee County Autism Resource and Advocacy was closing its doors for good.
Carlos Smith, junior in exercise science whose platform boasted a connected and available Student Senate, clinched the SGA vice presidential election with 63 percent of the vote.