Whether you are a business owner or an employee in Birmingham, your response to sexual harassment in the workplace matters. Here are some ways we can all move forward and get help when needed.
Well, we gave it our best shot Birmingham. Continue reading “Amazon omits Birmingham from national HQ2 shortlist”
Warning! The photos in this story will make your blood pressure rise. Several of Birmingham’s most popular murals were defaced yesterday/last night in the Avondale and Woodlawn neighborhoods and on 1st Avenue North and 39th.
Birmingham City Council is proposing to create a community zone that links Vulcan Park to the Homewood’s walkway project. Continue reading “City Council’s proposed walk-way will connect Red Mountain, Vulcan Park to Southside”
Back in August, former Birmingham Mayor William Bell had a confederate monument in downtown’s Linn Park partially covered up with plywood. Looks like it’s going to stay that way for awhile.
For 18 years, Birmingham has held one of the largest MLK, Jr. Day of Service events in the country for a city its size. Continue reading “Giving back: Scenes from the Hands On Birmingham MLK Day of Service”
This list is going to grow. Below are the schools and city offices that have announced they are closing for their doors tomorrow ahead of the inclement weather that is expected.
The National Weather Service in Birmingham and local television stations are issuing winter weather advisories in Alabama for Tuesday, January 16th. Snow is on the way. Continue reading “Is Birmingham in for a repeat of the 2014 Snow storm?”
Wednesday evening the Jefferson County Health department and doctors from UAB held a press conference to explain and warn the public that the entire country, and particularly our area is in the middle of a major seasonal flu situation.
Bib & Tucker Sew Op-op has chosen nature and environmental justice as the theme for the 2018 March Quilts.
This past Monday, University of Alabama ROTC Cadet and Birmingham area native Ben Klein was not expecting to attend the National Championship game in Atlanta. In fact, he planned to cheer for the Tide with some friends at home in Tuscaloosa.
Even though Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday is officially celebrated on Monday, January 15, there are numerous activities and events throughout Birmingham celebrating the life of America’s greatest champion for civil rights.
The Alabama Department of Transportation plans to install a steel beam late Friday night. Will Birmingham traffic be affected? Oh yeah.