County courthouse hosts meeting of judges, rabbi, imam, and priests.
Mayor William Bell and challenger Randall Woodfin fielded student questions about gentrification, public transit, and education.
Crestwood North president Darrell O’Quinn discusses the need for education and infrastructure.
The March 21 meeting featured discussions on the city’s World Trade Center application, a long-term Interstate 20/59 study, and a proposed subdivision.
For Acipco-Finley Neighborhood President Kevin J. Powe, encouraging beautification and fostering positive business is a priority.
Recapping the decisions made at the March 8 meeting of the Design Review Committee.
The economics and ethics of personal injury law.
Amid a pointed conversation about ties to the mayor, city council votes against resolution appointing a full-time liaison for My Brother’s Keeper initiative.
Newspapers in Education Week is a reminder that we all need to learn how to understand “news."
Jung Gwang Il's organization smuggles news, film, and television into his homeland with the aim to educate an oppressed citizenry.
Anti-Semites want to weaken JCCs because they know what the centers contribute to communities.
Birmingham City Council delays resolution supporting state legislation that would use Jefferson County pistol permit fees to fund cemetery maintenance.
Report illustrates hurdles to success in Birmingham area.
Looking at anti-semitism in real time and in history, those who remember draw a line between hate, the Holocaust, attacks on the media, and what…
Initiative will provide 5,000 jobs to high school students.