This is our third interview with city council candidates this week, and tonight it’s all about District 7. Meet Hosea Lewis, Birmingham.
We are rolling right along with city council and mayoral candidate interviews, ya’ll. Today’s interview features Hunter Williams. He’s running in District 2.
It’s time to start paying attention to municipal election candidates, Birmingham! City council, school board and mayoral candidates will be able to officially qualify for the election beginning this Friday, June 23. Qualifying will last for two weeks, and the election will be held on August 22.
Today, let’s get to know more about Charles Ball. He’s running in District 5.
He was born and raised in Birmingham and has been involved with neighborhood associations since 1985. Let’s get to know District 5 candidate Robert Walker.
He’s served in the Alabama State Legislature for 10 years and has “grown businesses in real estate and bail bonding.” This week we’re featuring an interview with a second District 9 city council candidate: John Hilliard.
Hey, you’re having a baby? Congratulations! That means it’s time to choose a doctor and a place to give birth.
Eric Hall has declared his intent to run for Birmingham’s City Council in District 9. He’s president of the Central Pratt Neighborhood Association, an associate minister at Peace Missionary Baptist Church and a senior at Miles College. Hall also co-founded the Black Lives Matter Birmingham Chapter. Let’s find out why he’s running.
Thanks to a $95,000 grant from the Community Foundation of Greater Birmingham, the Birmingham Public Library (BPL) will be able to purchase laptops, software, tools, safety equipment and fund stipends for Teens Engineer BHM, an after-school robotics program.
She’s a Birmingham native, Woodlawn resident and chairperson for the Democratic Socialists of America in Birmingham. Robin Rains is running for Birmingham City Council in District 4. Let’s get to know her.
Congratulations are in order to one of Birmingham’s brightest stars in the arts. Gail Andrews recently received the Jonnie Dee Riley Little Lifetime Achievement Award at its biennial celebration in Montgomery.
For downtown drivers, replacement of the I-20/59 bridges means major traffic headaches are not coming to an end anytime soon. If you use the I-20/59 exit 125A onto 17th Street downtown, you’ll need a new route starting May 31.
Come celebrate local art on Saturday, June 10 at Fultondale’s Black Creek Arts Festival. This weekend treat is FREE and geared towards the whole family.
By Wade Cline and JH Daniel
AT&T invested more than $1.1 billion in the company’s Alabama wireless and wired networks during 2014–2016. These investments drive a wide range of upgrades to reliability, coverage, speed and overall performance for residents and businesses. They also improve critical services that support public safety and first responders.
There are a lot of people who have declared their intents to run, ya’ll, along with a few who have already bowed out. Who are they? Check out our UPDATED list of potential candidates who are running as of 5/24/17.
She’s a lifelong educator, community activist and the only woman who has declared her intention to run. Who is Patricia Bell?