Tuesday, January 08, 2008

Coming Wednesday in The Star

Check out Wednesday's Anniston Star for these stories:

2008 will see ramped up paving projects around the city as fiscal 2007 projects are carried over. Dan Whisenhunt has this story and there's a graphic that shows which streets are slated to be re-paved.

Lindsey Danielle Morgan, the 17-year-old charged with stabbing her mother to death, is back in jail after making a phone call that concerned authorities. Nick Cenegy follows up on this story.

A grand jury heard testimony from Roanoke's city clerk, city council and mayor. Andy Johns has this story.

Pell City is in the running to become the fourth location of a state home for aging and chronically disabled veterans. The Alabama Department of Veterans Affairs plans to build at least a 250-bed home next year, and a 27-acre tract of land in Pell City received favorable reviews during Tuesday’s meeting of the State Board of Veteran’s Affairs’ Veterans Homes Committee. Markeshia Ricks writes about this.

The Anniston and Oxford city councils meet.