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Ellis: Not just more exercise, but less sugar

By Glenn Ellis Since the beginning of the New Year, many articles and media stories are pointing out that we’re fooling ourselves to think that...

Word on The Street

Compiled by Erica Wright In a country divided more now than ever in recent memory, we asked Birmingham area residents, are we in need of...

Mayor Woodfin points out challenges during State of the Community address

By Ameera Steward The Birmingham Times With the city grieving the loss of a Birmingham police officer, Mayor Randall Woodfin this week delivered a somber State...

Birmingham officials prepare for Mon.’s closure of one-mile stretch on I-59/20

By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times On Monday, January 21, a one-mile stretch of I-59/20 that cuts through downtown Birmingham will be closed for 14 months...

‘Love each other enough…to work through the challenges’

By Je'Don Holloway-Talley Special to the Birmingham Times “You Had Me at Hello’’ highlights married couples and the love that binds them. If you would like...

Funeral services held for Larry Langford, who is remembered for vision,...

By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times Former Birmingham mayor Larry Paul Langford was remembered on Monday, January 14 as a vibrant and vocal visionary who loved...

City of Birmingham mourns loss of police sergeant Wytasha Carter

By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times The Birmingham police officer slain in the line of duty early Sunday morning was very compassionate and a natural born...

One Birmingham police officer killed, another critical after shooting

ABC3340.com A Birmingham police officer is dead and another is critically wounded while investigating a car burglary. The deceased officer has been identified as Sergeant Wytasha...

Federal Shutdown Mostly Spares Health Coverage, But Other Issues Loom

By Julie Appleby Kaiser Health News As the partial government shutdown drags on, about 800,000 federal employees who work for the shuttered agencies — and their...

Mark Pettway sworn in as Jefferson County’s first black sheriff

By Ameera Steward The Birmingham Times Mark Pettway was sworn in Friday as Jefferson County sheriff, the first black to hold the office. The ceremony was held...

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