Auburn High School will hold its homecoming parade on Thursday, Sept. 26 in downtown Auburn. Portions of downtown streets will close for the event, which will begin at 5:30 p.m.
The Auburn Heritage Association will commemorate two of the most beloved sites in Auburn's history on Sunday when it installs a historic marker that celebrates the iconic Sani-Freeze and Luckie Meagher's Kindergarten.
Public funds will not be used to relocate and restore the historic Cullars home — a project that could have cost the city up to $1 million had the Auburn City Council approved it.
Community members will have a new reason to get outdoors and enjoy the fall season as the Auburn Parks and Recreation Department opens a new farmers market in Town Creek Park this October.
Auburn Area Community Theatre will present its first youth show of the season, "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Jr.," in October, presented through Musical Theater International.
The Auburn Diversity and Inclusion Task Force got one step closer to recommending a formal board or commission for the city of Auburn at a recent meeting.
This week, Cristen Herring delivered her first presentation as superintendent of Auburn City Schools to community members at the Auburn Chamber of Commerce. The presentation provided a snapshot of the successes and growth of the school system and its student body.
At its meeting on Thursday evening, the Auburn Planning Commission will consider a packed slate of agenda items, including two that will likely draw plenty of comments during the public hearings.
Downtown Auburn will soon get something it hasn't seen in recent memory — an independent bookstore featuring new releases, a wine and coffee bar and plenty of events for those wanting to scratch their literary itch and foster a book-loving community.
The first home game will take place in Auburn this weekend and with it comes fan-favorite events and celebrations that start as early as Friday afternoon.
The historic Cullars home's future remains uncertain as the Auburn City Council moved to postpone a vote on whether the city should fund the home's relocation and preservation at its meeting on Tuesday evening.
The Auburn Downtown Design Review Committee took in site plans and renderings for the 320 West Magnolia student-housing project for the second time on Tuesday afternoon, and made a number of suggestions pertaining to design and streetscapes.
The topics of growth and diversity in the city of Auburn came up often in a series of public forums hosted by the Auburn Public Library over the last month, as library staff works to put together its comprehensive strategic plan to best meet the needs of residents going forward.
Crews are making steady progress as the end of construction comes into sight for the city's new Public Safety building at the corner of East Magnolia Avenue and North Ross Street.
The Auburn City Council approved the purchase of 2.62 acres of property at the intersection of West Farmville Road and Miracle Road on which the future Fire Station No. 6 will be built.
The Auburn Planning Commission will likely take over the process of creating an ordinance to regulate short-term rentals in the city soon, after the Short-Term Rentals Task Force met last week to discuss the topic and make recommendations for the direction it desires the commission to take.
At its next regularly scheduled meeting on Sept. 3, the Auburn City Council will vote on whether to commit to spending upwards of $1 million to move the historic Cullars house to a city park.
The North College Historic District will get long overdue recognition on Saturday when the Historic Preservation Commission hosts a dedication ceremony to install a marker commemorating the history and architecture in the district.
Auburn Mayor Ron Anders voiced his concern over student housing in the city during last week's City Council meeting after briefly recounting his experience talking with Tuscaloosa Mayor Walt Maddox at the recent Big 5 Mayors quarterly meeting in Birmingham.
The Auburn City Schools Board of Education approved a number of measures at its meeting Tuesday, including an agreement with an architectural firm to begin design plans for the expansion of the school system's transportation building.
Councilwoman Connie Fitch-Taylor introduced her new Northwest Auburn Task Force this week in a presentation to Auburn residents at the Boykin Community Center.
Auburn's Diversity Task Force, established by Mayor Ron Anders last fall, met for a work session this week to discuss goals and what the lasting impact of the group should be.
Concerns and objections about a planned water pipeline that will cross a part of Chewacla State Park were raised last week by an online petition that advocates rerouting the pipeline "to avoid any negative impact" to the park.
The Auburn Public Library (APL) is developing a strategic plan to guide decisions about collections, programs, facilities and services for fiscal years 2021 through 2024.
Two people have pleaded guilty for their involvement in an embezzlement scheme involving AuburnBank in Notasulga, Alabama, according to Louis V. Franklin Sr., U.S Attorney for the Middle District of Alabama.
Auburn residents will be able to have some fun deciphering the visual clues for the city's third annual Itty Bitty Scavenger Hunt in August while also learning more about the history of Auburn.
The Auburn Mall has announced it will soon open a new gallery to promote and support local artists and art programs. The Gallery at the Auburn Mall will be located just past the food court and will be utilized to host a variety of local art events and exhibits.
The Downtown Design Review Committee reviewed preliminary plans for the city's Wright Street Parking Deck for the first time today and generally voiced approval of the direction the city has taken for the deck.
In a continuing effort to assist residents affected by the March 3 tornadoes, Mend will host a tornado relief benefit from 6 to 8 p.m. on August 13 called “Mend the Heart.”
A mixed-use project that will soon overtake almost an entire block on Magnolia Avenue in downtown Auburn was recently reviewed by the Downtown Design Review Committee.
Community members are invited to review the plan for Dinius Park on Wednesday from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Harris Center, located at 425 Perry St.
The Auburn Planning Commission unanimously recommended making academic detached dwelling units conditional in parcels zoned Redevelopment District east of Donahue Drive at its meeting last week, although it didn't prohibit ADDUs outright on parcels abutting the North College Historic Distric…
Auburn residents will have the opportunity to cast a ballot on Tuesday regarding a bond referendum that would utilize money from the city's Special 5 Mill Tax Fund to pay off debt for two Auburn City Schools facilities projects — both under construction this summer.
The Auburn City Council directed city staff to begin researching options to relocate a historic home, that sits near the heart of downtown, at its meeting Tuesday.
AuburnBank announced today that it plans to redevelop its downtown headquarters on the corner of East Magnolia Avenue and Gay Street, and that it has reached a preliminary agreement to sell some of its property to a developer that plans to build a “full-service boutique lifestyle hotel.”
The Auburn Planning Commission will take up the issue of academic detached dwelling units once again when it considers an amendment to the zoning ordinance at its meeting tonight.
On July 19, community members can enjoy the vibrancy of downtown Auburn through Cheers on the Corner, an annual event that showcases local chefs and downtown merchants.
Locals can learn more about Auburn’s community theater and how to get involved in the upcoming performance season on July 25, when the Auburn Area Community Theatre (AACT) hosts its season kick-off party.
The Auburn Knights Alumni Association (AKAA) will be hosting its 89th annual reunion on July 12 and 13 to celebrate the music and legacy of the Auburn Knights Orchestra — America’s oldest, continually operating jazz big band.
The vision laid out in the city of Auburn's Renew Opelika Road Plan, adopted in 2013, continues to come to fruition as infrastructure work continues and new mixed-use developments come on line.