23-year-old Sergio Williams has declared his intent to run in the Birmingham City Council race for District 4. What do we know about this 2012 Woodlawn High graduate?
The room was packed, the audience was lively and the questions were lightning fast for Birmingham’s first mayoral forum.
Birmingham, your next city council candidate interview is with Kimberly Jeanty. She’s running for District 2.
Birmingham celebrated the distinction of having its Civil Rights District named a National Monument. Continue reading “History Comes Full Circle for Birmingham Foot Soldier”
Yesterday, the Birmingham Civil Rights National Monument was dedicated in front the 16th Street Baptist Church and a crowd of several hundred people.
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.
Yet another historic Birmingham building is about to undergo renovation. A development group led by Ward Neely, of SRS Real Estate Partners, plans to renovate the BEBCO facility on Second Avenue South between 22nd and 23rd Street. Continue reading “Historic BEBCO building to be renovated”
This former footballer and local contractor is running for mayor of Birmingham. Who is he?
Rowan Henderson, a student at Birmingham-Southern College, has thrown his hat into the ring as a candidate for Birmingham’s city council. Check out his interview below:
First he said he was guilty, then he was arrested. After that, he resigned.
Looking for a nice night to enjoy the Magic City skyline?
Consider tonight, because the Regions Bank tower will be all lit up in respect and preparation for the Regions Tradition.
Finding news to report on in Birmingham can be depressing work. I generally sort news articles by “most recent” to find a lead and work from there, but that means I have to wade through dozens of reports of people’s ruined lives. Continue reading “Birmingham Mayor William Bell announces Operation Eagle”
Tonight Lonnie Malone is up to bat, with a City Council candidate interview for Bham Now.
Malone is a resident of Oxmoor Valley, and he’s running for District 7. Let’s get to know him!
Birminghamians are no foreigners to bad weather. We know it will come, the question is just when. What we can do is prepare to be safe. Continue reading “Bad weather on the way? Storm Preparation Tips.”
Looking for a cool activity that’s educational, full of culture and fun for the whole family? Check your calendar for Tuesday, April 18th for Chapter 01 at the Birmingham Museum of Art.