Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Thursday in The Star

Check out Thursday's Star for these stories:

Todd South writes about the Oxford Exchange. Five year of fourth quarter sales tax revenue - three years before the Exchange and now almost two years with it, what impact has the shopping center made in the busiest of sales tax quarters?

Markeshia Ricks has two stories out of the state Legislature. One looks at the potential costs to implement some of the efforts aimed at illegal immigration. The other concerns a bill that would have allowed firearms on college campuses. College officials spoke against the proposals at a hearing Wednesday. The legislative committee decided to let the bills die.

Anniston Mayor Chip Howell has a collection of old postcards of the city. Megan Nichols takes a look.