As plans move forward, public housing residents wonder what will happen to them once developers break ground on new “mixed-use” community.
Discussion returns to expenditures, Shadow Lawn Cemetery and communication issues in City Hall.
After being charged by the U.S. Attorney with seven counts of bribery and fraud, former lawmaker signs non-binding plea agreement.
The Housing Authority hopes to address concerns about resident relocation and gentrification.
Process could be complicated by another resolution which rezoned the Titusville area for residential use; CEO says plans still moving forward.
In the year since legislative changes restructured Birmingham’s municipal government, Mayor William Bell has made a series of expenditures without the council’s prior knowledge.
As Democrats look to unseat House Republicans, the founder of Free the Hops tries to bring a message of compromise to a deeply red district.
At $428 million, the mayor’s proposed 2018 operating budget is the city’s largest yet. But where is that money going?
Speaking both publicly and anonymously, most council members express the belief that the mayor played a role in one member not seeking re-election.
A look into the firearm culture that still divides a mostly one-party state.
New legislation makes charter schools all but inevitable in the city. But is that a good thing?
An altercation between partygoers and police at five-year-old’s party results in four arrests in Kingston over the weekend.
After a process that was nearly derailed on several occasions, Board of Education announces Dr. Lisa Herring as new Birmingham City Schools head.
Poverty, education and crime intertwine in Birmingham, leaving educators, politicians and a community searching for answers.
A sudden evacuation during the Birmingham Board of Education’s superintendent interviews; interim superintendent’s temporary restraining order request fails.