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Birmingham Mayor Woodfin, Vice President Harris to headline Tennessee St. commencement

TSU News Service Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin will address Tennessee State University graduate students at an indoor ceremony on Friday, May 6 in the Gentry...

Mayor Woodfin To Propose 10 Percent Pay Raises for City Workers

By Barnett Wright The Birmingham Times Birmingham Mayor Randall L. Woodfin on Friday announced that he will recommend an immediate 5 percent pay raise for city...

13-Year-Old Dies After Double Shooting in Birmingham, Sixth Teen Homicide This...

The Birmingham Times A double shooting in east Birmingham on Saturday claimed the life of a 13-year-old boy. The victim has been identified as Jaylon...

Birmingham Bans Russian Athletes; ‘Proudly’ Stands With Ukraine

By Ryan Michaels The Birmingham Times Mayor Randall Woodfin on Tuesday told the Metro Birmingham Kiwanis Club that the city “made its name by standing tall...

Birmingham, Mastercard Partner to Bring Black-Owned Businesses Online

By Ryan Michaels The Birmingham Times To support minority-owned businesses in Birmingham, Mastercard and the city have partnered to provide equipment for cash-only businesses to take...

Birmingham Councilor Feels ‘Bamboozled’ by City’s $53.1M Spending Proposal

By Ryan Michaels The Birmingham Times A proposal “submitted and recommended” by Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin to use $53.1 million in American Rescue Plan (ARP) COVID-19...

Birmingham City Council Approves Woodfin’s $455M budget for FY 2022

birmghamal.gov The Birmingham City Council on Tuesday evening approved Mayor Randall L. Woodfin’s $455 million FY 2022 operating budget which contains money for neighborhood revitalization...

Human Rights Campaign endorses Woodfin for Birmingham mayor

By Ryan Michaels The Birmingham Times The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) PAC, one of the nation’s largest organizations dedicated to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer...

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,...

These groups received $107K from city to help with violence reduction

By Ameera Steward The Birmingham Times TeAndria Ellis remembers when her brother was killed seven years ago at the age of 22. The teens who killed...

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