Tim Nail | Community Writer
In coordination with the city’s Public Works Department, the library has unveiled a proposal for an outdoor classroom project to occupy the area between its parking lots and McKinley Avenue.
“Being each child’s rock amidst tragedy and devastation — that’s the core reason of what I do, and I wouldn’t change it for the world,” Miranda Morrow said.
Ensuring sidewalks stay accessible for these citizens is one of the city’s commitments toward keeping the community a welcoming environment for all.
‘Am I safe going to pray Friday?’ Just weeks after gun attack on New Zealand mosque, Auburn Islamic leader speaks out
Asim Ali found himself in fear of the idea that terrorism can happen at a time and place one might least expect.
Kiesel Park will be gone to the dogs this weekend as the seventh annual Bark in the Park commences Saturday, March 23, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
A total of 338 positive cases of flu have been reported up to the end of February, Bailey said. This is a sharp decrease from EAMC’s 675 incidents in the same period last year.
Police briefly investigated an incident Tuesday evening at a coffee shop in Auburn during which eyewitnesses said a white man who appeared to be in his mid-20s stood on a chair, yelled Nazi slogans including "Heil Hitler" and flashed a gun to the cafe's manager who told him not to come back.
The Lee County Humane Society has started a temporary form of adoption called the Weekend Warriors program.
By taking on 40 degree waters in Samford Pool behind Auburn Junior High School, the tenacious swimmers supported Lee County Special Olympics.
The 2018 village stands out from previous versions of the confectionery village because it was named one of the Southeast Tourism Society’s Top 20 Events in the region for the month of December.