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Here Are Some Steps That Might Help Birmingham Curb Crime, According...

By Haley Wilson The Birmingham Times When it comes to tackling Birmingham’s crime issue, residents the city needs to consider several steps to reduce violence that...

Jefferson County Commission Allocates $18M to Local School Boards

The Birmingham Times The Jefferson County Commission presented its annual $18 million to local Boards of Education on Wednesday. The money couldn’t come at a better...

How An Educator Turned Vision of The BCRI Into Reality

By Javacia Harris Bowser For The Birmingham Times When former Birmingham Mayor Richard Arrington Jr. assembled a 21-member task force to spearhead the creation of the...

Miles College Cancels $3.9M in Loans for Students Enrolled in Spring...

The Birmingham Times Miles College announced Tuesday that it would cancel $3.9 million in federal student loans for all full-time students enrolled in the Spring...

New Programs, Significant Progress at Talladega College

By Anthony Cook Alabama NewsCenter Talladega College might be transitioning its leadership, but progress at Alabama’s oldest historically Black college and university is pressing forward. In August, Lisa...

Turmoil at JCCEO: $2M deficit, potential layoffs, influential board member ousted

By Roy S. Johnson | rjohnson@al.com After more than half a century of serving low-income families through critical education, health, and other much-needed services, the Jefferson...

BCS COVID-19 Testing Program Keeps Students Healthy; In Schools

By Ryan Michaels The Birmingham Times More than 1,000 Birmingham City School students, faculty and staff are being regularly tested for COVID-19 in efforts to keep...

Dr. Archie Wade, UA’s First Black Faculty Member, Gets Building Renamed...

By Haley Wilson The Birmingham Times Due to his love of sports, Archie Wade, Ed.D., retired University of Alabama (UA) professor, is often referred to as...

Professor Hilary Green Sheds Light on UA’s Dark Racial History

By Haley Wilson The Birmingham Times Curiosity is what fuels Hilary Green, Ph.D., and that has a lot to do with how she was raised and...

Stops Along University of Alabama’s Hallowed Grounds Tour

ua.edu From the construction of the initial buildings to the destruction of the campus on April 4, 1865 when Union troops descended on Tuscaloosa, enslaved...

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