Scientists and science enthusiasts from Birmingham and around the state joined hundreds of other cities across the world in a March for Science on Saturday, April 22, Earth Day at Linn Park.
State acknowledges need for better sewage spill notification – a “study” and improved rules should follow
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…
Yesterday’s USA Today featured Birmingham’s popular Rotary Trail in their travel section.
Dorothea Crosby says that she is “an ordinary citizen answering the call to stand for my community.” She’s looking to fill Council President Johnathan Austin’s seat.
This is huge. Birmingham has become the first city in Alabama to adopt an open data policy through a partnership with OpenGov.
This year’s Investor Conference was hosted at Iron City in conjunction with the Birmingham Venture Club and the Velocity Accelerator’s Demo Day. The Investor Conference hosted attendees from around the Southeast interested in investment opportunities and networking between fellow investors,…
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.
Kimberly Jeanty is running for the Birmingham City Council, District 2. Check out her interview with Bham Now:
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.
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…
Sponsored 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.
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: