Mary Kay offers free makeovers to benefit Women’s Hope
Saturday, area Mary Kay consultants will celebrate Global Makeover Day by giving free makeovers to benefit Women’s Hope Medical Clinic.
Drake middle schoolers find fun in finance
Hundreds of J.F. Drake Middle School sixth graders piled into the school’s gym Thursday for the third annual Financial Literacy Fair.
Auburn study abroad students collecting supplies to benefit South African school
Auburn University students bound for the new study abroad experience in Port Alfred, South Africa, this summer say they hope to make the journey with a large collection of school supplies to benefit a
AU aviation programs’ accreditation reaffirmed
AUBURN UNIVERSITY – Auburn University has received confirmation from the Aviation Accreditation Board International, or AABI, that its flight education and aviation management programs have been reaff
‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ begins Thursday night in Auburn
The Auburn Area Community Theatre (AACT)’s production of "A Midsummer Night’s Dream” begins Thursday evening.
RAPA opens 70,000-square-foot facility in Auburn
Rausch & Pausch L.P. celebrated the grand opening of its new 70,000-square-foot facility in Auburn Wednesday with a host of Alabama and German dignitaries, including Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley.
Area faithful gather to observe Ash Wednesday
Just before the 5 p.m. Ash Wednesday Mass, Monsignor William Skoneki greeted a flood of parishioners at St. Michael’s Catholic Church in Auburn.
Auburn woman charged with fraudulently using credit card
An Auburn woman has been arrested and charged with fraudulently using a credit card, according to police.
Chewacla State Park users offer suggestions, input during 'listening session'
Officials with Alabama State Parks held an open house and listening session Monday night in Auburn, allowing residents an opportunity to provide input on Chewacla State Park.
‘Something bigger than ourselves:’ Ogletree Elementary teacher camps out to fight cancer
On a chilly Monday afternoon, Ogletree Elementary School counselor Brad Hooks stands outside of a hexagon-shaped hut made of one-inch insulated foam held together by tape.
Museum director discusses exhibit
Though few people today know of Jerome Myers, his artwork depicts scenes that many would find familiar.
Auburn City Schools weighs facility options
The public was asked to respond last week to new information regarding Auburn City Schools’ facilities, and now the administration is looking at the feedback and planning for the future.
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