A Birmingham native raises money to help her New York community swamped by Superstorm Sandy.
Former Birmingham Museum of Art Chief Operating Officer to take the reins at the kids’ science center.
The measure, which Homewood will pay off over the course of 30 years, passed 7-3 Thursday night.
A Tuscaloosa artist helps make a place to think it all over.
Girls on the Run teaches girls to value themselves.
What happens to a town when its daily newspaper goes away?
What should the President of the United States do on Day 1?
A community revitalized—with refreshments.
Our new and improved website signals a better path to the future of journalism in Birmingham.
Between our new website and our partnership with CBS 42, Weld is on the right track toward bringing the Birmingham community together.
How (and why) to blog with our new website.
Thanks to our new website, Weld is a more versatile and effective outlet for advertising than ever before.
Carrie and one of our favorite Church Street customers, Sara-Margaret Hall, check out the Nanowrimo book, No Plot? No Problem. There's one sure-fire way to appreciate…
The group fighting the Northern Beltline is being attacked by hackers, an anonymous video, and business interests.
The Free the Hops event will take place Friday, November 2 from 7-11 p.m.