Just in time for his 113th birthday bash on June 4th, Vulcan, the iconic symbol of Birmingham is getting a fresh new coat of paint.
Roy Moore is back, and Tommy Tuberville says goodbye, ya’ll. In the state of Alabama, this is how it goes.
Buc-ee’s started in Texas in 1982, is looking to expand further into the Southeast. Florida’s Daytona Beach will break ground on its newest location, by 2018, and Baldwin County, Alabama is the next prospect.
Have you been to a Bus-ee’s? Tell us.
The Instrument Management Service, STERIS/IMS, is expanding operations and creating 22 more jobs within the City of Birmingham.
Headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, STERIS/IMS poured a capital investment of about $1.6 million in the expansion.
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All morning long there has been smiles and hugs between employees and long time customers, as Urban Standard, the popular downtown coffeehouse and cafe on 2nd Avenue North, opened its doors for the first time since a January fire forced the business to temporarily close.
While you may have seen AL Power’s signature utility trucks repairing stoplights and streetlights before, you might not know that these lights are actually owned by the utility provider, and that they’re getting an upgrade. Alabama Power is on track to replace the city of Birmingham’s street lighting with cool, clear LED lights, shifting away from the typical gas-discharge street lighting characterized by warm light. But how is our city involved?