An ad-hoc coalition of local governments and agencies is seeking money that could change Birmingham and make the Birmingham greenways a reality.
While the superintendent and school board grapple over policy budgets, principals are on the front lines.
Posted in ArticlesIn the Birmingham City Schools, a committed principal & community partners make a big difference
“Bev knew what it means to be a citizen,” says Giles Perkins. The Birmingham businessman and civic leader died Sept. 6.
Forty-eight years from the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing, we as a city must choose to ignore our past or embrace it.
There really is no reason to root for Auburn football.