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Woods, Smitherman Win Council Races; Alexander headed to runoff election

By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times  Clinton Woods, District 1 Birmingham City Councilor, easily won his race; Crystal Smitherman, narrowly avoided a runoff election in a...

Wenonah HS Senior: Property Tax Renewal Will Benefit Students, Community

By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times Justin Smith, a senior at Wenonah High School in West End knows the importance of attending Pre-K in Birmingham City...

Superintendent Dr. Lisa Herring: Vote for Our Children

By Dr. Lisa Herring It is my hope that it comes to you as no surprise that as superintendent of Birmingham City Schools, I am...

BJCTA Fares to Increase; Many Not Pleased

By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times The Birmingham Jefferson County Transit Authority’s (BJCTA) plans to increase fares and cut some routes beginning in September and some...

What to Know Before Birmingham Schools Open Aug. 8

Ameera Steward The Birmingham Times Birmingham City Schools begin the 2019 fall semester on August 8 and Superintendent Lisa Herring said administrators and teachers are looking...

Woodfin and Herring: A Promising Future for Birmingham

By Mayor Randall Woodfin and Superintendent Lisa Herring As mayor of Birmingham and superintendent of Birmingham City Schools, we see reason for hope during this...

Meet the Ramsay HS student, en route to Yale, who earned...

By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times Ramsay High School senior Jillian Jolly, 18, has dreamed of attending Yale University since she was in kindergarten. “I always heard...

Ed Foundation provides job skills for HS juniors during seminar

Ameera Steward The Birmingham Times Along with other juniors from each of Birmingham’s seven high schools, Kayla Johnson of Wenonah High School came to the Career...

BBVA Compass’s ‘Blue Elves’ surprise students at South Hampton with toys,...

By Ariel Worthy The Birmingham Times Students at South Hampton K-8’s elementary school in Pratt City received quite the surprise on Tuesday morning – blue elves. The...

Randall Woodfin announces co-chairs of Education and Economic Development Committees

By Nick Patterson The Birmingham Times Birmingham Mayor-elect Randall Woodfin today announced the co-chairs of his Education and Workforce Development and Economic Development and Entrepreneurship committees. The...

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