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Public Asked for Help in Locating 81-year-old Birmingham Woman

By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times Birmingham Police are asking for the public’s help in locating a missing 81-year-old woman. Monday marked one week since Irene Campbell...

Kenneth E. Coleman named first black CEO of Birmingham’s top business...

birminghambusinessalliance.com Kenneth E. Coleman has been named president and CEO of the Birmingham Business Alliance (BBA), the region’s leading economic development organization. He is the...

Caring for your loved ones with COVID-19 at home

By Adam Pope UAB News Much has been reported about some of the most severe cases of COVID-19, but what about those who may be experiencing...

Birmingham Will Host Virtual Freedom Fest on July 25

lrymediagroup.com Birmingham Freedom Fest, a music and empowerment festival, has announced plans transform its annual event into a virtual experience on July 25. Due to the...

City Leaders Facing Pandemic and Epidemic

By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times Birmingham is facing an epidemic and pandemic simultaneously, city leaders said Tuesday. The pandemic is COVID-19 while the epidemic is...

Johnathan Austin, former Councilor, On How City Finally Removed Confederate Statue

By Barnett Wright The Birmingham Times The outrage over the death of George Floyd —a black man killed by police in Minneapolis—has already led to change...

BPD Chief: More than a dozen Birmingham police officers terminated since...

By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times More than a dozen Birmingham police officers have been terminated for some incidents involving excessive force or unauthorized force and...

Plywood Used to Protect Damaged Buildings; Now Works of Art

Solomon Crenshaw Jr. For the Birmingham Times A week after unrest in downtown Birmingham which damaged some businesses, groups of volunteers on Sunday turned remnants of...

Relief Fund Set Up to Help Small Businesses in Birmingham

cfbham.org The Birmingham Business Relief Fund is a community response to the needs of small businesses affected by unrest that occurred in downtown last Sunday. Nearly...

Following Unrest, Birmingham Rebuilds

Late Sunday, protesters began trying to tear down a Confederate monument in Birmingham’s Linn Park and damaged a number of downtown buildings and businesses....

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