Homewood’s plans for roadwork this year include a variety of projects. While some plans are still being finalized, it’s good to know how and when your commute might be affected.
And, maybe, like me, you are curious if getting in and out of the Wildwood Chick-fil-A at lunch time will get faster this year!
Governor Kay Ivey recently awarded a $580,000 grant to support Alabama Launchpad, a program offering entrepreneurs money to develop their businesses via a competition.
Hey, did you watch Senator Doug Jones being sworn in today? Catch the video here. Also, check out these Birmingham folks working for him.
Alabama’s unrestrained Senate race get you all fired up? Good. Because now you can warm your hands (or burn them, whatever) by the flame and smoke of our upcoming governor’s election!
Is it better than nothing, Birmingham? Thanks to a temporary bill passed by Congress last week, Alabama decided not to freeze CHIP enrollments on January 1, 2018. The move also means coverage won’t stop for enrollees after February 1.
I bet you know these two, Birmingham! Mayor Randall Woodfin tapped Rick Journey and Chanda Temple to lead his public information efforts.
Still looking for that perfect, unique holiday gift? Aviate accessories are in demand. Read on to see where you can get these special Birmingham-inspired wardrobe items.
Will Roy Moore run for governor? These are the questions, folks! Also, check out our gallery of photos from Jones’ victory party.
He’s our first Democratic senator in 25 years. Alabama votes for character, choosing policy over party.
Via The New York Times:
“The fact that Alabama’s voters have sent a Democrat to the Senate for the first time since Howell Heflin retired in 1997 is a stunner …”
As the nation looks on (with a collective side-eye), Alabama votes for a new senator today. Today!
Here’s how to find your polling place. Polls are open until 7 p.m., Birmingham.
Here’s a unique gift idea for that person in your life who lives for all things creative. Or, maybe you have a friend who wants to try something new. Maybe even you?
Here’s the thing. Nobody really knows what’s going to happen tomorrow (not even the experts). Whatever the outcome of Alabama’s special Senate election, it’s going to be a big deal.
St. Paul & The Broken Bones are playing in support of Democratic Senate candidate Doug Jones via a “Get Out the Vote” concert. Also, Jason Isbell is playing a free show in Huntsville.
While some donors to both the Doug Jones’ and Roy Moore’s campaigns are widely known, others are not. Is this another case of business as usual in Alabama politics?
Early this morning, President Trump tweeted his support for Republican Roy Moore in Alabama’s upcoming Senate election. Recent polls show that Moore and his Democratic opponent Doug Jones remain deadlocked. How do they stand on issues important to Alabamians?