Initiative will provide 5,000 jobs to high school students.
Amid a contentious discussion over legalese, Birmingham becomes first city in Alabama with a Healthy Food Incentive Program.
Taylor Goldsmith talks his band's latest record, 'We're All Gonna Die,' and the thematic progression of his songwriting.
The band's self-titled LP will be celebrated by hometown shows at Seasick Records and the Syndicate Lounge.
Hands On Birmingham encourages citizens to nominate volunteers in the community by March 1.
The congressman was challenged by constituents, but the discourse remained civil.
Local nonprofit hopes to bring victims of heroin abuse together through event.
Agenda heavy on consent items during Tuesday’s meeting.
How might the Trump administration’s immigration policies play out in Alabama?
City officials and citizens discuss the progress being made in blighted communities and what can be done to improve the property acquisition process.
Some reform advocates express skepticism toward Bentley's call for “complete transformation of the state’s prison system.”
The Black Jacket Symphony's Mark Lanter talks bringing new tribute concerts to WorkPlay.
Recapping the decisions made at the February 8 meeting of the Design Review Committee.
Birmingham’s violent crime rate deserves more than perfunctory answers from city officials.
The Homewood bookstore to close February 15, will reopen a short distance away in March.