Katherine Carroll | Writer
Students gathered outside the Raymond J. Harbert College of Business last Wednesday in protest of the three private prisons authorized by Gov. Kay Ivey.
The poetry series will be read over Facebook Live and YouTube.
Underneath "Wildflowers at Work" signs, the Auburn Public Works Department has planted flowers indigenous to the Auburn area, supporting local pollinators and counteracting invasive species.
As students return to Auburn, Auburn Police Division continues to enforce Gov. Ivey's statewide health order.
After 10 years of serving the Auburn longboarding community, Loveland decided to close his shop to take care of his infant daughter.
Uber and Lyft drivers adapt to COVID-19 regulations while making a paycheck.
Two new food trucks started serving breakfast foods to Auburn neighborhoods this year.
Livestreamed church services have gained popularity after churches closed their doors earlier in the year.
The last City Market of the year will be on Oct. 24 at Town Creek Park.
The three concerts will start at 6 p.m. on Thursdays at Kiesel Park.