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Birmingham Lists the Streets Part of its $12 Million Paving Plan...

The Birmingham Times The Birmingham City Council on Tuesday finalized its 2023 Street Paving schedule that will improve nearly 250 roads city wide and roughly...

Mayor Woodfin Announces Family Fun Center for West Birmingham

www.birminghamal.gov A new city-owned family fun center with a skating rink, jump park, e-sports center, bowling alley and food court is being planned for the...

Cooper Green Mercy Adds Portal to Help Patients Better Navigate Health...

By Bob Shepard UAB News Cooper Green Mercy Health Services has added an online patient portal messaging system to help patients navigate the ins and outs of managing...

Demolition of Ensley High School Property Begins; 244 Homes On The...

birminghamal.gov The start of demolition at the former Ensley High School property marks the next significant step in plans to develop a 244-home mixed-used neighborhood...

Landscaping, bike lanes among changes on 20th Street in downtown Birmingham

By Ryan Michaels The Birmingham Times Construction began Monday in downtown on 20th Street with new landscaping and bike lanes, among other additions as part of...

Corporate Realty Unveils Name, Logo for Development at Carraway

corporaterealty1.com Corporate Realty on Wednesday announced that the name and identity of a new mixed-use development at Carraway will pay tribute to the beloved blue...

City Council Approves $6.9 million for Repaving Across Birmingham

By Ryan Michaels The Birmingham Times The ride across some Birmingham roads will be a lot smoother after the City Council on Tuesday unanimously voted to...

New Apartment Complex For Birmingham or Homewood? Good question

By Ryan Michaels The Birmingham Times After tense questioning for developers, Birmingham City Council approved construction of a new 259-unit apartment building in Glen Iris during...

Woodfin touts economic growth, new jobs with Stivers Ford development

birminghamal.gov Birmingham Mayor Randall L. Woodfin joined Eddie Stivers III, President of Stivers Ford of Birmingham, and Cornell Wesley, Director of the city’s Department of...

Demographic shifts could lead to construction boom in the South

By Bryan Davis Alabama News Center The Southeast is positioned to see tremendous growth in both population and housing over the next 10 years.   According to Chris...

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