Tuesday, July 11, 2006

Coming Tuesday

Star reporters have been busy on this slew of stories in the queue for Tuesday:

Lakeside living is coming to mean something new in Ohatchee, where construction on one home is running at $1.5 million so far - that's more than 18 times the value of the average home in the town, according to the Census Bureau.

Capital Correspondent Brian Lyman takes a look at a Montgomery firm - Matrix - that produced much of the advertising in some state Senate primary races, including the expensive defenses mounted by incumbents Gerald Dial and Jim Preuitt against their well-funded challengers.

Also, we'll have stories on Solutia's plans for a new landfill to hold PCB-laden soil removed from contaminated property in Anniston, and the Oxford City Council's reversal of a road-renaming measure that could land an Anniston Army Depot employee in hot water, Jacksonville's newest apartment complex offering "luxury living" to 500 JSU students, an Anniston woman who found her long-lost father through an Internet search and a new "Super Jacks" restaurant coming to Piedmont.