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MAX transit announces changes as The World Games 2022 nears

By Haley Wilson The Birmingham Times For the first time in 40 years, every transit route covered by the Birmingham-Jefferson County Transit Authority (BJCTA) will get...

Residents Encouraged to Connect with Local Government by June 14

birminghamal.gov The Academy of Civic Engagement (ACE) is a citywide initiative that connects residents by getting them involved with their local government. The City of...

One more step before Birmingham workers can get $5K premium pay

By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times The Birmingham City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved Mayor Randall Woodfin’s proposal to award full-time employees a one-time $5,000 premium payment...

Celebrating 150: Birmingham, Ala., June 1, 1871-June 1, 2021

By Barnett Wright The Birmingham Times Birmingham has evolved over the past 150 years. The downtown area that once served as a backdrop for violent reactions to...

Birmingham Promise tuition program to receive $8M from these area corporations

By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times Birmingham Promise, which provides funds for tuition and work experience for city students, will receive $8 million in donations from...

Birmingham Mayor Woodfin forms city’s first Civilian Review Board 

By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin on Monday announced the formation of the city’s first Civilian Review Board.  The review board, which came...

Rep. Sewell: ‘Critical funding’ coming to Birmingham ($148M) and Jeffco ($127M)

By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times Help has arrived.  That was a message U.S. Rep. Terri A. Sewell delivered during several stops around the Birmingham metro area...

Birmingham Restores Two Paid Holidays For City Workers 

By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times The Birmingham City Council on Tuesday unanimously voted to restore two paid city holidays for employees. Workers will receive pay for...

COVID-19 And Birmingham: One Year Later

By Erica Wright and Ameera Steward The Birmingham Times (First of two parts) One year ago this month, the world changed. March 2021 observes an anniversary that...

Miles College, Birmingham Join $130M Partnership to Help Small Businesses Hurt...

By Alabama Newscenter Staff Hope Enterprise Corp., with a $130 million commitment from Goldman Sachs, has partnered with seven cities and nine historically Black colleges and...

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