Weld’s new podcast kicks off on Thursday with an interview with Mayor William Bell.
In a bid to get a presidential national park designation, city plays its best Civil Rights card.
Birmingham City Council approves $3 million for new fire station in Kingston, overrides mayor’s veto regarding hiring outside counsel
After a week of growing tensions in the wake of violence, about 200 people attended BCRI's event to hear speeches from several prominent speakers.
Recent legislative changes to structure of Birmingham’s government threaten to halt the city’s progress. But what can we do about it?
Citizens sound off about proposals to reconfigure the Mayor-Council Act and appointments to the water works board.
A former mayor and others question legislative efforts to give Birmingham’s chief executive more power at the expense of the city council.
The mayor’s town hall meetings over My Brother’s Keeper bring out fears of misplaced priorities and criminalization of youth.
Mayor Bell proposes increasing his office’s budget by $1.88 million. Where could that money be going instead?
Speculation abounds about whether the mayor has his eyes on a prize in Washington.
Seeing the need for cultural events to ease some burden on taxpayers, the mayor makes a wise move.
It is possible to criticize the mayor and still wish he fulfills his promise as a public servant.
Birmingham to work with Habitat for Humanity to breathe new life into forgotten properties.
Councilor Steven Hoyt said Mayor William Bell too “busy being a star” to address neighborhood issues.
Showing a new face to the world, Birmingham still harbors age-old ills.