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Friends, family, dignitaries bid solemn farewell to Emantic Fitzgerald Bradford Jr.

By Ameera Steward The Birmingham Times Friends, family, activists, elected officials and dignitaries gathered Saturday at the Boutwell Auditorium in downtown Birmingham to bid a solemn...

Sheila Tyson to Galleria Mall protesters: organize; remain peaceful

Times Staff Report Jefferson County Commissioner Sheila Tyson said comments about her calling for a boycott at the Riverchase Galleria in Hoover were incorrect. Tyson said...

In Stunning Vote, Two City Councilors Unseat Jefferson County Commissioners

By Barnett Wright The Birmingham Times Jefferson County voters on Tuesday night replaced both Democrats on the five-member county commission, electing two sitting Birmingham City Councilors...

Power of the Pink Rally draws elected black women to downtown...

By Ariel Worthy The Birmingham Times Dozens of elected women and supporters on Friday marched in downtown Birmingham from The Sheraton Hotel to Uptown for the...

Danny Carr wins Dem Primary; will face Mike Anderton, incumbent Republican,...

By Barnett Wright The Birmingham Times Danny Carr, once interim Jefferson County district attorney (DA), on Tuesday took one step closer to getting the job permanently...

Mayor Randall Woodfin names new Birmingham police chief 

By Chanda Temple Public Information Officer/Birmingham   Mayor Randall L. Woodfin today announced Patrick D. Smith will be Birmingham’s new police chief. Smith has 28 years of law...

Birmingham Celebrates Small Businesses Throughout The City

By Barnett Wright The Birmingham Times During National Small Business Celebration Week, Mayor Randall Woodfin’s administration conducted ribbon-cutting ceremonies designed to support small business growth in Birmingham. A...

Mayor Woodfin skydives to help kick off Navy Week festivities 

By Barnett Wright America’s Navy has arrived in Birmingham with the Magic City’s mayor taking a huge leap to mark the occasion. Mayor Randall Woodfin helped...

MAX Transit Will Receive $3.6M To Replace Outdated Buses

Times staff report U.S. Senator Doug Jones has announced that $3.6 million in federal funding will be used to replace outdated buses with the Birmingham-Jefferson County Transit...

‘Violins of Hope’ brings concerts, education, interfaith dialogue to Birmingham

Times staff report Historic violins played by Jewish musicians during the Holocaust will be featured in Birmingham next week for four days of concerts, educational...

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