Making Easter special – Hands on Birmingham and the United Way of Central Alabama
A special Easter story from United Way of Central Alabama
Hands on Birmingham (HOB) once again teamed up with local individuals and organizations to provide Easter baskets for deserving children served by local nonprofits, churches and government programs that serve children.
Continue reading “Bunny Aid – Touching lives throughout Birmingham this Easter season”
Ward Neely and SRS Real Estate Partners plan to renovate the historic BEBCO building on Second Avenue South, via Kristina O’Quinn.
Yet another historic Birmingham building is about to undergo renovation. A development group led by Ward Neely, of
SRS Real Estate Partners, plans to renovate the BEBCO facility on Second Avenue South between 22nd and 23rd Street. Continue reading “Historic BEBCO building to be renovated”
This former footballer and local contractor is running for mayor of Birmingham. Who is he?
Chris Woods is running for mayor of Birmingham, via Chris Woods.
Continue reading “Former Auburn wide receiver, Birmingham contractor running for mayor”
Rowan Henderson, a student at Birmingham-Southern College, has thrown his hat into the ring as a candidate for Birmingham’s city council. Check out his interview below:
Rowan Henderson is running for Birmingham City Council, District 3. Via Facebook.
Continue reading “Birmingham-Southern College student running for city council”
First he said he was guilty, then he was arrested. After that, he resigned.
Alabama’s former governer, Robert Bentley, via the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office.
Continue reading “BREAKING NEWS: Alabama’s Governor Robert Bentley resigns, tells Alabama citizens he loves them”
Looking for a nice night to enjoy the Magic City skyline?
Consider tonight, because the Regions Bank tower will be all lit up in respect and preparation for the
via Zack Sylvan
Continue reading “Regions Downtown will commemorate the upcoming Regions Tradition with light up display”
Finding news to report on in Birmingham can be depressing work. I generally sort news articles by “most recent” to find a lead and work from there, but that means I have to wade through dozens of reports of people’s ruined lives.
Continue reading “Birmingham Mayor William Bell announces Operation Eagle”
Tonight Lonnie Malone is up to bat, with a City Council candidate interview for
Malone is a resident of Oxmoor Valley, and he’s running for District 7. Let’s get to know him!
Lonnie Malone City Council Candidate District 7. Via Lonnie Malone.
Continue reading “Lonnie Malone has declared his intent to run for Birmingham City Council District 7”
Close up of tornado safe room in community, horizontal.
Birminghamians are no foreigners to bad weather. We know it will come, the question is just when. What we can do is prepare to be safe.
Continue reading “Bad weather on the way? Storm Preparation Tips.”
Bridge (Section 1 of 6) by Glenn Kaino. Photo by Kristina O’Quinn for Bham Now.
Looking for a cool activity that’s educational, full of culture and fun for the whole family? Check your
calendar for Tuesday, April 18th for Chapter 01 at the Birmingham Museum of Art.
Continue reading “Chapter 01 – Birmingham Museum of Art’s Third Space, April 18th”
Stephen L. Murphy has declared his intent to run for Birmingham City Council in District 2. Why should you care?
Continue reading “National politics got you up or down? Change starts locally, Birmingham.”
UAB football players receive cheers during Blazer Walk before Saturday’s spring game.
UAB head football coach Bill Clark stepped off the team bus outside Legion Field on Saturday, April 1st, surveyed the celebration taking place before him, and immediately was thankful to be wearing shades. Not because of the brightness of the day, but because the brightness of the Blazers’ future was bringing a tear to Clark’s eye.
Continue reading “Birmingham celebrates return of UAB football and it was no April Fools”
The Silvertron Cafe would love to pickle you on Sunday brunch, but that’s illegal (for now) – image rehosted from birminghammenus.com
Alabama may pass a law allowing pre-noon alcohol sales on Sunday.
Continue reading “Beer with brunch: coming soon to a county near you?”
Are you ready to get acquainted with another Birmingham mayoral candidate? This is the third one in my series, and it features
Philemon Hill. Let’s get to know him, Birmingham.
Continue reading “Birmingham, Alabama mayoral candidate interview: Philemon Hill”
A can’t miss event!
On Thursday, April 13th, 5:30-7:30 at Avondale Brewing Company,
Bham Now will be holding it’s fourth installment of the BOLD Speaker Series.
Continue reading “Bham Now Bold Speaker David Sher’s chosen charity – United Way of Central Alabama”