Let’s be upfront about this. Riding a bike in Birmingham can sometimes be very dangerous and that is just plain wrong.
Blaze, UAB’s iconic mascot, has found a home in front of the new UAB Collat School of Business building.
In the upcoming edition of U.S. News & World Report’s 2018-19 Hospital Rankings, UAB Hospital has once again been ranked the No. 1 hospital in Alabama.
Forget Netflix, Hulu or Amazon Prime. If you looking to do some serious binge-watching, checkout episodes of Alabama Public Television’s Discovering Alabama.
According to the ShanghaiRanking’s 2018 Academic Ranking of World Universities, the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Dentistry has been named one of the world’s top 25 dental schools.
Earlier this month, several Birmingham conservation leaders were honored at the Alabama Wildlife Federation Governor’s Conservation Award banquet, including former longtime Freshwater Land Trust Executive Director Wendy Jackson and students from Wenonah High School.
Want to give back to your community? Adopt-a-trail.
Last week, the Remy Fund for Pets and Animal Services announced it is distributing $50,000 in grants to 11 companion animal (dogs, cats and horses) nonprofits serving Jefferson, Shelby, St. Clair, Blount and Walker counties.
Last year, on the 25th anniversary of the Forever Wild program, a study found that for every $1 invested in land conservation by the Forever Wild program, there is a $5 return on that investment in natural goods and services. That includes benefits such as wildlife habitat, flood control, and clean water.
Several popular Birmingham neighborhood restaurants, including Hot & Hot Fish Club and O’Carr’s received 95 and above on their health inspection scores over the past 30 days.
Welcome to the Bham Now Nature Roundup for the week of August 5.
Want to try a farmers market, Western Jefferson County? Check out the Hueytown Harvest Farmers Market this Saturday morning (August 4) and Bessemer Farmers Markets during the week.
Earlier this week, the Regional Planning Commission of Greater Birmingham (RPCGB) released their findings from a region-wide survey about transportation needs. Traffic congestion, poor roads, safety and lack of public transit topped the list of concerns.
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Falling on hard times happens when you least expect it. You lose your job and can’t pay the rent or the electric bill. You need shelter after a storm or tornado damages your home. There is a crisis in your life, and you just need someone to talk to. You desperately need help. That’s when you call the United Way 2-1-1 Connects Central Alabama.