Central Square

People, history memorialized in Central Square

Auburn will be asked to continue the preservation of its cultural heritage when the City Council convenes Monday night.  Council members will hear recommendations from the St ...

Where the streets split – Auburn’s triangle

There’s an odd-shaped piece of land, a triangle among all the rectangles, in the heart of Auburn where Lincoln Way and High Street part company. Today it is a garden and gift ...

Thanksgiving 5K walk 10K run turning into Auburn reunion exercise

It’s reunion time in Auburn and one of the newest ways to reunite with old friends, classmates and long-lost Facebook friends is coming Thanksgiving Day. The event is the th ...

Reader Input: Hats off to the helpful folks

Auburn is a wonderful city with many options of activities for area families. For the past four years, the Auburn Summer Movies Nights committee has hosted free movies at Central ...

They called him ‘Big Dip’ (and smiled when they said it)

Frank Dependener lived up to his nickname of “Big Dip.” He was 6-feet-7-inches tall and broad-shouldered and was one of Auburn’s most colorful lawmen. He and Sh ...

Demolition to clear way for Downtown park, restroom

The Auburn City Council took the first steps toward creating a new “pocket park” with public restrooms downtown, across from Central Square. The council unanimously vo ...

Another View: Auburn’s forward momentum

The State of the Community in the City of Auburn is strong and we have forward momentum. The City of Auburn, our residents and business owners will face significant challenges in ...

Annabell McCord gets tile near former Central Square business

  “If not you, who?” Councilman Keith Nesbitt said whittling down people’s achievements to 300 characters to be etched into a Central Square tile would be ...

Downtown grocery store focuses on healthy, organic

The focus of Carol Lee Meinhold’s new Downtown Auburn grocery store is gluten-free and organic. But the items she stocks are products she and her family know and use.“I ...