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$2.4 Million Given to Birmingham Tenants to Help Prevent Evictions

By Ryan Michaels The Birmingham Times With many tenants losing shelter after the recent end to the national eviction moratorium, the city of Birmingham is finding...

Birmingham settles nuisance suit against apartment owner

By The Associated Press Birmingham city officials have settled a lawsuit they filed in June against an apartment complex, accusing the owner of maintaining a public...

10 percent of Birmingham Public Works employees test positive for COVID-19

By Ryan Michaels The Birmingham Times Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin said Tuesday that 10 percent of Public Works employees have tested positive for COVID-19, which has...

Face coverings required again in all Birmingham-owned venues, city announces

By Barnett Wright The Birmingham Times The city of Birmingham on Thursday announced that it will require all visitors and municipal employees to wear face masks...

Birmingham Councilor Feels ‘Bamboozled’ by City’s $53.1M Spending Proposal

By Ryan Michaels The Birmingham Times A proposal “submitted and recommended” by Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin to use $53.1 million in American Rescue Plan (ARP) COVID-19...

Vulcan Park to celebrate Birmingham’s 150th, number of festivities announced

By Ryan Michaels The Birmingham Times A city of Birmingham summer celebration, a Fourth of July fireworks show at Vulcan Park and Museum and a photo...

COVID-19 Vaccinations Available on Wed. at Huffman High

bhm.k12.al.us Birmingham City Schools and Alabama Regional Medical Services (ARMS) will offer COVID-19 vaccinations at Huffman High School on Wednesday, June 9, from 9 a.m....

Shaquille O’Neal no longer attending Magic City Classic, Miles College event...

by: Drew Taylor CBS42 BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) — After the death of his sister, Shaquille O’Neal will no long attend this year’s McDonald’s Magic City Classic. In a...

Birmingham residents vote overwhelmingly to renew taxes for city schools

Times Staff Report Birmingham residents on Tuesday voted overwhelmingly to renew the ad valorem property tax that supports the Birmingham City Schools (BCS) system. According to...

Red Mountain Theatre Co. announces plans for $25M arts campus

The Birmingham Times Red Mountain Theatre Company (RMTC) will begin work on a $25 million arts campus in Parkside district of downtown Birmingham this summer. “It has...

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