The fruition and beginning of major projects in Vestavia lead 2016 to a close and will hopefully close out the first quarter of 2017 successfully.
Connecting Wald Park to the Library in the Forest has been a hot topic since late October by the Vestavia city council.
Now, the vision rendered quite some time ago and first reported on by the Vestavia Voice has finally been put to vote.
Traveling through Hoover, on HWY 31, will become brighter in 2017.
So buckle up and don’t worry about turn on those high beams, because the city is getting more street lights.
Another day, another discussion among Birmingham residents about the future of our city.
Due to popular demand, I have pulled together some opinions from locals in regards to the post, Poised for Demolition, the Fate of Southtown is yet to be Decided.
The Lime Light People!
It has been shining upon our sliver of magic in regards to food, beer, tech/innovation and tourism, in 2016, quite a lot. We are very proud to announce that yet another travel blog has recognized our Magic!
How many days until Christmas? JK! It’s 362. On a real note, here’s what you actually want to know:
Bham Now’s Top 10
We’ve put together, just for you, our most read stories since the beginning of time (well, the beginning of time for us, August, 2016!). Personally, I think the coolest thing about the list is that the subjects range across the board; from sports to nature to food and business, there’s a little something for everyone. Maybe one of these stories is what brought you to Bham Now in the first place… Regardless, we’re so happy you’re here with us!
Expansion continues to be a trend for Church of the Highlands, which currently has a head count of about 60,000 members.
Recently, the mega church purchased more land to cater to its members in Fultondale.
Since the launch of Bham Now in August of this year, we’ve continued to grow and greatly appreciate the loyalty and input from our audience – you!
Just in case you missed them, here’s a quick recap of our top 10 most read stories to date.
This year two holiday traditions overlap, and I think that’s just perfect for Christmas in America, 2016 style. Christmas Eve and Hanukkah begin on December 24. What a time to celebrate with one another, no?
There are a variety of housing projects in the Birmingham city limits and with the expanse of real estate development, some are becoming questionable assets.
Southtown, located between St. Vincent’s Hospital and UAB, is “set” to be demolished, but after Monday’s planned discussions, its future still is not clear.
The last 5 years have been huge for the Magic City and most counties in the Birmingham Metro area, but one county stands out among the rest; Jefferson, home to Vulcan.
Built in the 1950’s, the Loveman Village is soon to experience major redevelopments carried out by the Housing Authority of the Birmingham District.
Every type of business is benefiting from the eagerness of developers to renovate downtown Birmingham.
Each piece of news to hit your fingers on Birmingham’s growth, although maybe small, continues to point towards a major comeback by the Magic City.