October is tomorrow and some of your favorite haunting sites are finally opening up. Whether you are a scaredy cat or a haunted house veteran, Bham has got quite a few options. If you are down to get scared this month, here are a few places for you.
Citizens of Chilton County haven’t had a hospital or emergency room since 2013. That is about to change with the new St. Vincent’s Chilton County, a $40M new hospital with 30 beds and approximately 130 employees.
Birmingham is known for its sense of community and support for local companies. For the first time, Birmingham Business Journal is looking for these families that represent some of our most beloved businesses.
Throughout the summer and months following, we have seen exponential growth with many small businesses. This proves that Birmingham is on the rise due to investors and the dedicated men and women of the Magic City.
— Dawn Kent Azok (@DawnKentAzok) September 29, 2016
Tired of the Presidential Campaigns? Turned off on politics?
Well, here is one very good reason to vote on November 8th in Alabama.
Vote Yes on Constitutional Amendment 2 to protect Alabama State Parks funding.
Since 2012, $15 million has been transferred away (mostly guest fees) from our State Parks System causing a fiscal crisis. Constitutional Amendment 2 bans the transfer insuring that our State Parks are protected and permanently funded.
Checkout some of the new cool activities at Alabama’s State Parks.