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$55 million student housing development coming near UAB

By Barnett Wright The Birmingham Times The Jefferson County Commission on Thursday voted to abate nearly $650,000 in taxes for a $55 million student housing complex...

How BBA’s Kenneth Coleman Plans to Grow Businesses in Birmingham Region

By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times As a professional baseball player, Kenneth “Kenny” Coleman learned about success playing midfield on a championship team. Those lessons have...

Kenneth Coleman Reflects on Being Named BBA’s First Black President and...

By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times As the first African American president and CEO of the Birmingham Business Alliance (BBA), the region’s leading economic development...

Here’s what you need to know about Blackout Day 2020

By Shelby Stewart MSN News In the midst of protests against police brutality, some Black-owned businesses have flourished. Today is not to be confused with #BlackoutTuesday where...

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...

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...

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey allows retailers, beaches to reopen under new...

By Michael Tomberlin Alabama Newscenter Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey revealed a plan Tuesday that will allow retailers and state beaches to reopen under new rules later this...

Historic Ramsay-McCormack building will be demolished and redeveloped

The Birmingham Times The Ramsay McCormack Building in downtown Ensley will be demolished and replaced with a four-story, 30,000 square feet structure. The City of Birmingham...

Meet the Small Birmingham Businesses Still ‘Going Hard’

By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times For Kristal Bryant, owner of K&J’s Elegant Pastries in Alabaster, the COVID-19 pandemic means time to modify her business plan. “I’ve...

Waymond Jackson Jr. Hired as First CEO of tech-focused Ed Farm

By Michael Tomberlin Alabama NewsCenter Ed Farm has hired Waymond Jackson Jr. as its first CEO. Short for “education farm,” the tech-focused education and workforce development initiative...

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