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History students take a walk through Birmingham’s past

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By Charles Buchanan UAB Magazine At Birmingham’s First Presbyterian Church, they sat as the congregation did that day when two African-American women appeared for the holiday...

Birmingham broadcaster builds beguiling model railroad in his home

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By Chad Allen Alabama NewsCenter It’s difficult to devote 40 years to a pursuit without going off the rails. If you’re Roy Wood, it helps if it...

7th Annual District 1 Music & Movie Festival

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Special to The Times The 7th Annual District 1 Music & Movie Festival will be held on Friday, Aug. 5. The festival is hosted by Birmingham...

Distracted Walking – Heads Up Students!

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By Samuetta Drew Summer for Alabama students is quickly coming to a screeching halt. Statewide, students are preparing to return back to school. This means...

God Is Looking At Your Attitude

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By Tijuana J. Williams We have all seen car tags with missing vowels, right? If you are like me, you've often driven away still unsure...

People, Places and Things by Gwen DeRu

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TODAY OLIVIA’S HAPPY HOUR, every Thursday at Olivia’s Bar and Lounge with $.50 wings and drink specials, 4 p.m.  For more call (205) 326-2881. LIVE AT...

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Alabama board denies parole for Birmingham church bomber

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By Jay Reeves Associated Press MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Alabama's parole board decided Wednesday against freeing a one-time Ku Klux Klansman convicted in a church bombing...

Birmingham inks $61.3 million deal with Trane U.S. Inc. for energy...

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By Barnett Wright The Birmingham Times The Birmingham City Council on Tuesday approved a $61.3 million agreement with Trane U.S. Inc. to upgrade lighting, air-conditioners, roofs...

The Dannon Project: Helping at-risk individuals thrive and survive

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By Solomon Crenshaw Jr. For The Birmingham Times Kenneth Whitehead didn’t even get his bus ticket. By Alabama state law, a convicted felon released from prison is...