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Listing of Birmingham’s $13M in Capital Project Funds

The Birmingham Times The Birmingham City Council on Tuesday approved more than $13 million in capital project funding at locations both new (City Walk) and...

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...

Local Non-Profit to Get $1M to Fight Gun Violence as Homicides...

By Amy Yurkanin | ayurkanin@al.com Officials with the Jefferson County Department of Health have secured more than $1 million for a program designed to help victims...

Jefferson County Commission Allocates $18M to Local School Boards

The Birmingham Times The Jefferson County Commission presented its annual $18 million to local Boards of Education on Wednesday. The money couldn’t come at a better...

Birmingham Councilors Approve $1M To Support Mental Health for City Students

By Ryan Michaels The Birmingham Times The Birmingham City Council voted Tuesday to approve $1 million to aid the Birmingham City Schools (BCS) mental health services...

$2.4 Million Given to Birmingham Tenants to Help Prevent Evictions

By Ryan Michaels The Birmingham Times With many tenants losing shelter after the recent end to the national eviction moratorium, the city of Birmingham is finding...

New Paycheck Protection Program Funding Starts with Focus on Minority Businesses

By Jeffrey McKinney Black Enterprise Armed with $284 billion in new funding, the Payment Protection Program (PPP) resumed this week to give small businesses fresh arsenal to help...

More funding for police department, not less, says Birmingham (Ala.) chief

By Barnett Wright The Birmingham Times Defunding the police department is a not good idea and could cost lives, said Birmingham Police Department (BPD) Chief Patrick...

Mayor Woodfin announces free college tuition for Birmingham school students

By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times Students who have attended Birmingham City Schools are eligible for a free in-state tuition program through the Birmingham Promise Program,...

Historically Black Colleges Face Uncertain Future

For generations, Historically Black Colleges and Universities have played a key role in educating young African-Americans. But as enrollment and funding have declined for many...

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