President Donald Trump’s administration is doing right by denying requests by a handful of American embassies to fly the gay pride flag, but not necessarily because it might take issue with gay rights.
Surviving a tornado that killed 23 neighbors and injured nearly 100 more friends and family is tough enough, but having to ride by or sit months later and still see the mounds and mounds of destroyed, leftover debris up and down local roads is an untreated emotional wound that deserves a muc…
A pack of cigarettes costs $5.93 at a drug store, the packs all stacked up behind the checkout counter, I noticed today.
If I were to hear from folks that I’ve touched or hugged, how many would tell me they were offended or that I was invading their personal space? Is my behavior a manifestation of the Joe Biden syndrome?
Opelika and all of the Lee County area gained great national exposure when professional golf played its PGA Barbasol Championship here for three consecutive years before moving last season’s event to Kentucky.
The outstanding work of Auburn High School students and their leader, Blake Busbin, is not done when it comes to collecting the history of Vietnam veterans from the state.
Good news came this week with the report that the Auburn Mall soon will be seeing renovations and change that could help boost its appeal and promote greater activity.
Developing a well-trained and dependable workforce continues to be among the priorities Alabama communities should be setting for themselves, an Auburn University economist says.
President Trump’s recent call for a redirect of military funding to support his border wall campaign could have a direct impact on projects in Alabama if he gets his way.
Hunger and ambition are good motivators for second-chancers who know what it’s like to have both and the fear of losing them. That’s why if they do fall again, the hurt for them is much worse than for anyone else.
Alabama’s fast-growing aerospace industry received another boost Wednesday when GE Aviation announced it will invest $50 million in an expansion of its Auburn facility.
There are two types of visitors in our community these days with connection to the March 3 killer tornadoes: those we want, and those we don’t want.