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Want To Do Business in Jefferson County? Here’s How To Register

jccal.org The Jefferson County Commission Purchasing Division will have a special event, “How To Do Business with the Jefferson County Commission” at 10 a.m. –...

‘He is a gentleman and made me feel so loved and...

BY JE’DON HOLLOWAY-TALLEY Special to the Birmingham Times “You Had Me at Hello’’ highlights married couples and the love that binds them. If you would like...

‘I Dropped to One Knee . . . ‘Will You Do...

BY JE’DON HOLLOWAY-TALLEY Special to the Birmingham Times “You Had Me at Hello’’ highlights married couples and the love that binds them. If you would like...

Ret. Judge Houston Brown and Attorney J. Mason Davis honored by...

By Ryan Michaels The Birmingham Times Retired Jefferson County Judge Houston L. Brown and Birmingham lawyer J. Mason Davis, Jr. were honored Friday by the Birmingham...

Key to their marriage? ‘Pray over each other — and fix...

BY JE’DON HOLLOWAY-TALLEY Special to the Birmingham Times “You Had Me at Hello’’ highlights married couples and the love that binds them. If you would like...

“Be willing to die (to self)…if not, your marriage will be...

BY JE’DON HOLLOWAY-TALLEY Special to the Birmingham Times “You Had Me at Hello’’ highlights married couples and the love that binds them. If you would like...

‘I brought her candy and flowers to her job every day...

BY JE’DON HOLLOWAY-TALLEY Special to the Birmingham Times “You Had Me at Hello’’ highlights married couples and the love that binds them. If you would like...

What To Know About Alabama’s New Literacy Act

By Trisha Powell Crain | tcrain@al.com The Alabama Literacy Act, first passed in 2019, will go fully into effect at the start of the new school...

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...

Alabama law could allow more felons to vote

By Kim Chandler Associated Press MONTGOMERY, Ala. -- Alabama might allow more former felons to vote in upcoming elections after lawmakers, for the first time, approved...

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