Keith Nesbitt

What’s the best gift anyone ever gave you?

Let’s take a break for a few minutes and not talk about ebola, the elections, ISIS, the Mideast, climate change or anything else newsy. The days are growing shorter, the ni ...

Auburn community leader Virgil Traynor dead at 76

Virgil Traynor, a long-time Auburn veterinarian whose volunteer work on behalf of his community touched many lives, died Saturday at 76. Since arriving in Auburn from veterinary s ...

Another View: Run, Daniel, run; and a couple of other morsels

He’s just 30, but this poised young man is just the answer for revitalizing, energizing and injecting new blood into the clogged arteries of the Auburn City Council, an organ ...

Another View: Running once for council was enough

Mike Holmes, Bridget Powers and Matt Spokely … you can all relax, because I’m not running. Two years ago, after voters torpedoed Kevin Hanley’s charter city ep ...

Auburn OKs 'cloud' system

Auburn City Council members approved two programs Monday night that will use new age technologies designed to improve the lives of residents ...

City approves new manager

Auburn City Council members announced Thursday afternoon that they selected Tim Rundel, 47, of Oklahoma, as Auburn’s new city manager. Rundel will be leaving his job as assi ...

Reader Input: Conflicts surface within City Council

Having read Mr. (Gary) Moffatt’s article (“Council, chamber’s too-cozy deal,” Another View, April 20) and then Mr. (Kevin) Hanley’s response (“C ...

Multiple agencies come together to discuss Auburn’s homeless

The Auburn Airport Business Park Association held a meeting Wednesday night to bring business owners, service organizations, law enforcement officers and governing e ...

Council to planners: Proposed fees way too high

City planners were sent back to the drawing board by the Auburn City Council this week to lower proposed increases in planning application fees, some of which called for large incr ...

Regional link would boost sewer rates in Auburn

Auburn residents and business owners may see a change in their sewer rates this summer due to a $6 to $8 fee increase that will be proposed to the City Council at the next meeting, ...