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UAB’s Selwyn M. Vickers To Lead Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

www.mskcc.org UAB’s Selwyn M. Vickers, MD, an internationally recognized pancreatic cancer surgeon and researcher, a pioneer in cancer health disparities research, and an academic medical...

Birmingham Times Captures Top National And State Awards For News, Photos,...

Times Staff Report The Birmingham Times Media Group (BTMG) this weekend won nine awards in the 2022 Alabama Press Association (APA) Media Contest, including first...

[Photos] Hundreds in downtown Birmingham protest SCOTUS overturning Roe v. Wade

The Birmingham Times Hundreds gathered at Birmingham’s Linn and Kelly Ingram Parks this weekend to protest the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision on Friday to overturn...

After Public Outcry, Homeless Providers Clarify Use of Controversial Micro-Shelters

By Ryan Michaels The Birmingham Times No one will be sleeping in any of the prototype structures that were built as part of a city-funded, community-led...

Mastercard Announces Incentives For Black Businesses During TWG2022

By Ryan Michaels The Birmingham Times A new incentive, created through the partnership between the Birmingham Business Resource Center (BBRC) and Mastercard, to spend at Black-owned...

Birmingham Gets Ready for The World Games, But Lacks a Plan...

By Ryan Michaels The Birmingham Times Community activist Erica “Starr” Robbins, founder of homeless support nonprofit Be a Blessing Birmingham, said plans to house the city’s...

‘I Had Written Notes That I Tied to Balloons…The Last Note...

BY JE’DON HOLLOWAY-TALLEY Special to the Birmingham Times “You Had Me at Hello’’ highlights married couples and the love that binds them. If you would like...

Due to rising temps, Birmingham trash pickup to begin as early...

birminghamal.gov Due to rising temperatures, the City of Birmingham’s Public Works crews will start hitting routes as early as 5:30 a.m., beginning Tuesday, June 21....

Birmingham Area Students Win $9K in Juneteenth Scholarships

By Donna Cope Alabama NewsCenter Six talented students in the Birmingham metro area are winners of the Juneteenth essay contest sponsored by Summit Media and Alabama Power, taking home book scholarships...

How City of Birmingham Plans to Remove Blight with Tougher Code...

By Ryan Michaels The Birmingham Times Much work has been done to make Birmingham more attractive through removing blighted structures and treating overgrown lots, but the...

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