Opelika City Council members voted unanimously Tuesday night to award a $110,000 bid to Temple Electric Co. to install a traffic signal at the intersection of Opelika Road/Pepperell Parkway and Commerce Drive. Construction on the traffic signal is slated to begin in August.
After an emotional plea from the victim’s mother and several character witnesses on behalf of Aubrey Lamar Weldon III, Judge Jacob A. Walker III sentenced the Cusseta man to 21 years in prison without probation Tuesday.
City says it will install lighting this week
The Lee County Sheriff’s Department arrested a Phenix City man on charges of trafficking in marijuana and unlawful possession of a controlled substance.
Last week, the Lee County Commission passed a resolution of non-support for Sen. Tom Whatley’s bill to establish a legislative delegation office in the county.
There is a great principle we may learn about grace. God’s grace is not reserved for people who are qualified to receive it. Instead, the grace of God qualifies those who receive it.
Linus turned 2 a couple weeks ago and that weekend we threw him a birthday party at our house. The theme was Thomas the Tank Engine, and guests were encouraged not to bring presents because we still haven’t made room for all of Linus’ Christmas gifts. Of course, the guest list was comprised mostly of grandparents, and they ignored this request because that’s what grandparents do.
The story on Opelika High quarterback Jake Bentley reads sort of like a local tall tale so far because of its extraordinary elements, except, of course, that everything is true.
Auburn and UCLA’s bracket elimination game entertained 9,274 fans at ASA Hall of Fame Stadium on Saturday night when the Tigers defeated the Bruins in 10 innings to stay alive in the Women’s College World Series.
DESTIN, Fla. — The Southeastern Conference wants transparency when it comes to determining cost of attendance figures. The league announced on Friday at the conclusion of its spring meeting that it approved two new rules to help provide that transparency moving forward.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Beginning on Monday night, No. 1 Florida and No. 3 Michigan will battle in a best-of-three series to decide the winner of the Women’s College World Series.