UAB Hospital-Highlands. Huffman High School. The city’s homicide rate. Actions speak louder than words when it comes to violence in Birmingham. Are we doing everything we can to keep our students safe?
Meet The Toy Makers. They’re the woodworkers making thousands of toys all year for the patients of Children’s of Alabama. Photo gallery below.
Birmingham won a Smart Cities Council Readiness Challenge Grant!
Roads for everyone! The first priority of the Complete Streets ordinance? Develop a street network that encourages walking, biking and bus transit.
On Wednesday the Jefferson County House delegation approved a 3% car rental and short-term lease tax to secure funding for a new stadium and upgrades to the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex.
While some see this as a victory, others do not.
ALDOT’s lane closures on Hwy. 31 starts at 8 p.m., Wednesday, March 14.
There’s really no better way to appreciate your customers than with Birmingham’s yummy food trucks and lots of fun at Adamson Ford in Midtown.
Yes, Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin tweeted to Delta Air Lines this week and somehow made national headlines.
Now, let’s get fired up about some other current, civic-related news, like bike lanes for everyone and technical classes for high schoolers.
Is another lotto bill about to die a swift death in Alabama? Probably. Does this bother you? Continue reading “Alabama Senate committee approves lottery legislation”
The 2003 study has received nearly $100 million in grant funding since it began.
For the young people at Camp WIRED Together, it’s all about living with a life-saving device and building a community of support—Oh, and having lots of fun at Children’s Harbor on Lake Martin!
We’re not just going out for drinks anymore, people. We’re going out for experiences.
Who inspires you? Who motivates you to reach higher and achieve your dreams? If you’re a high school senior or a college student, you can turn your inspiration into education. Regions Bank is awarding scholarships for top essays that highlight inspirational African-Americans.
This is the type of initiative that could really set us apart, Birmingham: growing the Southeastern tech ecosystem by promoting diversity and finding economic opportunities.
The 20/59 bridge replacement project is well underway, and that means drivers will be navigating downtown Birmingham as a detour, wait for it … for three years!