Musing on spirituality, growing older and working with other women, Patty Griffin comes to Birmingham
Disposable cameras, third-graders, and an abandoned general store in Perry County
The Ballard House Project talk series invites Birmingham to share and document its history
Lee Ann Womack, hoping to reclaim her Lone Star roots on her new record, makes a stop in Birmingham
Questions about paying for healthcare for the poor remain a local concern
The Democratic Senate candidate seeks to reach out to independents who don’t feel represented by either party
As of July 13, 2017, Weld is suspending publication of its weekly newspaper until further notice.
Local creatives raise money through live music and visual arts.
"I'll give you a bucket, and you go out there and fill it up," says JT Lyon.
Longtime community activist vows to make Birmingham a global city
Gwendolyn Cook Bibb shares her hopes for the future of the “patient, persistent” neighborhood.
As plans move forward, public housing residents wonder what will happen to them once developers break ground on new “mixed-use” community.
City government officials have logged over $300,000 in travel expenses. Where are they going — and what do they have to show for it?
When it comes to the complex relationship between rent and poverty, how does our city stack up?
Utility moves forward with collections from thousands of delinquent customers.