For many, Independence Day starts today, July 1st. Looking for a place to get your fireworks fix? Try tonight at Oak Mountain State Park or Ross Bridge.
It was a typical assignment. Interview Dr. Mark Cohen, this year’s honoree at United Ability’s Journey of Hope gala slated for August 4th at UAB’s Alys Stephens Center.
Welcome to the Bham Now Nature Roundup for the week of June 30.
Todd Addison knows more than anyone how important service is for a business. As the franchise owner of the Golden Corral in Hoover, he knows it is the key to his restaurant’s success.
Today, Red Mountain Park held a ribbon cutting at its new Butler Snow Sensory Trail located on the grounds of the 1500 acre nature preserve.
It is a simple idea. Renovate a greenhouse. The project started in the fall of 2017 and culminated this spring at Ruffner Mountain. Find out why the improved greenhouse is important for the preserve and for Birmingham.
Happy 242th Birthday America!! Bham Now has compiled our top 10 list of 4th of July celebrations in and around the Magic City. This year, with the 4th landing on a Wednesday, some communities are celebrating our nation’s founding a week in advance.
The National Weather Service (NWS) Birmingham Office has issued a Heat Advisory for today. The Service predicts temperatures will hover between 92-95 degrees and heat indices will reach or exceed 105 degrees for many locations in Central Alabama this afternoon till Friday.
According to the Alabama Department of Transportation‘s June 22nd media advisory, drivers should expect delays at the I-59/20 and I-65 Interchanges this week.
After several weeks of public votes on incentive packages and negotiations, Amazon has formally announced it will build a state-of-the-art fulfillment center in the Birmingham region. Continue reading “Done deal! New Amazon fulfillment center coming to Bessemer. Check out the jobs website and economic impact.”
Located just 15 miles outside the Birmingham city limits, Turkey Creek Nature Preserve in Pinson is widely regarded as the crown jewel of Alabama’s Forever Wild program.
Last week, the Urban Land Institute of Alabama (ULI Alabama) held its quarterly meeting at UAB. The keynote speaker, Tim Keane, Atlanta’s Commissioner of Planning, sparked a healthy conversation among Birmingham’s urban design and economic development communities about aspiring to be what Martin Luther King, Jr. called a “beloved community.”
According to the Washington Post, the Birmingham metro media market ranked 4th nationally in TV viewership for the opening World Cup game between Russia and Saudi Arabia.
United Way of Central Alabama (UWCA) has earned its 16th consecutive 4-star rating from Charity Navigator, America’s largest independent charity evaluator. As a result of this year’s rating, UWCA moved up to fourth place on Charity Navigator’s Top 10 list of charities with the most 4-star ratings.
Unearthed trolley tracks and brick down the center of Broadway street in the city of Homewood will be preserved, according to Homewood City Councilor Barry Smith.