Wednesday, September 19, 2007

In Thursday's Star

Pick up The Anniston Star to read these stories tomorrow:

Steve Ivey profiles Anniston's interim superintendent. Is she a candidate for the permanent job?

Calhoun County's infant mortality rate has held steady at the national average of around six deaths per 1,000 births, while the statewide rate remains above the national average. How is Calhoun County managing that? Markeshia Ricks explores this story.

Dan Whisenhunt writes about four homes on Carter Street in Anniston that were moved because, in addition to PCBs and lead contamination, the property was on top of an unknown older landfill.