Anniston

Anniston

(ăn`ĭstən), city (1990 pop. 26,623), seat of Calhoun co., NE Ala., in a mining region of the Appalachian foothills; inc. 1873. Its manufactures include soil pipes, textiles, lumber, bricks, cabinets, and vaccines. Founded (1872) as an ironmaking "company town," it was opened to the public in 1883. The Anniston Army Depot is the site of a chemical weapons disposal facilty. Nearby Fort McClellan, headquarters of the Women's Army Corps (WAC) until 1978, was central to Anniston's economy until its closing in 1999 and is undergoing redevelopment.
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The Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH), in full cooperation with Marcos Pizza of Anniston, has been investigating, notifying, and educating those who ate food from Marcos Pizza in Anniston between the dates of September 26 through October 2.
Hospital company Community Health Systems Inc (NYSE:CYH) reported on Friday the launch of a definitive agreement to divest its Stringfellow Memorial Hospital in Anniston, Alabama for a purchase price of USD25m.
AN He animal lover was stunned when his prize chicken Hennifer Anniston laid an eggs-traordinarily big egg.
Include all documentation and serial numbers so that Anniston Army Depot can easily process them.
Because of their work, the toll of racial violence and misery was much lower in Anniston than in many other cities during the 1960's.
New York, November 7 ( ANI ): Jennifer Anniston has chopped off her locks into a short angular bob haircut, it has been revealed.
Clark attended Anniston High School before enlisting in the U.
727) to examine possible associations between PCBs and diabetes among Anniston residents.
Ayers has served as the editor and publisher of The Anniston Star in his native Alabama since 1969.
The Alabama Department of Environmental Management (Alabama DEM) announced that the Anniston Chemical Demilitarization Facility has completed its incineration of dangerous chemical weapons.
An Alabama appeals court ruled May 15 in favor of The Anniston (Ala.