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Birmingham passes mandatory ‘shelter in place order.’ Here’s why.

By Barnett Wright The Birmingham Times The Birmingham City Council voted Tuesday to require a shelter-in-place order until midnight on April 3 during the COVID-19 public...

Jefferson County Health Officer: ‘Many cases we have not detected’

By Barnett Wright The Birmingham Times As the number of COVID-19 coronavirus cases continues to rise in and around Birmingham, restrictions have been placed on nursing...

Jefferson County and Birmingham now under states of emergency

By Barnett Wright The Birmingham Times Jefferson County, Alabama’s most populous county, and Birmingham, the state’s largest city, today put their respective government and city under...

Updates from City of Birmingham, Miles College, BCRI on coronavirus

By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin on Friday instructed the city’s Department of Innovation and Economic Opportunity to identify ways to support...

List of Birmingham events cancelled or delayed due to coronavirus

The Birmingham Times Due to a growing concern over the spread of the coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, several events with an expected large attendance...

Minority Firms Seek Part of Birmingham’s $1B Construction Boom

By Roy S. Johnson AL.com/The Birmingham News Rico Washington was sad. Oh, he was ecstatic, too. His company, Construction Works, won the bid to construct a...

Roy Wood Jr. Makes Comedy Central to His Hometown

By Michael Tomberlin Alabama NewsCenter Comedian Roy Wood Jr. came home to Birmingham to produce a television show but ended up playing the part of Nick...

Condoleezza Rice Inspires, Challenges Birmingham Students

By Jeremy King doingmoretoday.com There are three ways to deal with barriers. Go around them. Go over them. Or, if you have to, just go right through...

Mayor Woodfin Announces Plan to Pardon Misdemeanor Marijuana Possession

birminghamal.gov   Mayor Randall L. Woodfin on Monday announced an initiative that will allow individuals previously convicted of unlawful possession of marijuana to apply for a...

State’s first Envision Center comes to HABD’s Marks Village

The Birmingham Times The Campus of Hope, a one-stop shop for residents to achieve goals of self-sufficiency, in Marks Village has been designated a HUD...

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