Yesterday, Alabama’s Environmental Management Commission (“EMC”) voted to deny a statewide petition filed by nine water protection groups to initiate rule-making to require better public notification of sewage spills and overflows. In doing so, the EMC announced plans to study the issue and consider rule-making at a later date to improve public notification of sewage spills.
Yesterday’s USA Today featured Birmingham’s popular Rotary Trail in their travel section.
Welcome to the Bham Now Nature Roundup April 21st Earth Day edition sponsored by the JSU Little River Canyon Center.
April 22nd will be the 47th Earth Day Celebration around the world.
Pull out your Books-a-Million Millionaire’s Club Card. This valuable membership card normally provides you with 10% off on everything that’s not “bolted down” in a Books-a-Million store. What if we told you the discount is doubled to 20% for the week of April 24th – 30th and that it also includes purchases on books-a-million.com? Read on to see what all you can buy.
Love butterflies? The Alabama Butterfly Atlas will be your “go to” place for all things Alabama butterflies.
“As eighth graders, we are able to leave a legacy. This is a pretty cool one.” ~ Amelia Neiman, student at Highlands School
Yesterday, the Birmingham Civil Rights National Monument was dedicated in front the 16th Street Baptist Church and a crowd of several hundred people.
Looking for some inspiration this beautiful Easter morning?
A special Easter story from United Way of Central Alabama
This Easter, Hands on Birmingham (HOB) once again teamed up with local individuals and organizations to provide Easter baskets for deserving children served by local nonprofits, churches and government programs that serve children.
Welcome to the Bham Now Nature Roundup April 14th edition sponsored by the JSU Little River Canyon Center.
Can you spot the two boys in the picture?
American Rivers, a national river protection organization, today named the Mobile Bay River Basin among America’s Most Endangered Rivers®.