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.
The GOP’s anti-Obamacare healthcare bill strikes at the heart of America’s responsibility to seek the common good for all citizens.
Hoping for the best — but investing in air freshener — as campaign season arrives.
Former US Attorney says Democrats have to “beat the bushes” for this election.
Hunter Williams speaks about the recent wave of crime in his area, and what he would like to see done about it.
Woods: "I will bring servant leadership to City Hall."
Discussion returns to expenditures, Shadow Lawn Cemetery and communication issues in City Hall.
After being charged by the U.S. Attorney with seven counts of bribery and fraud, former lawmaker signs non-binding plea agreement.
BCS summer programs make learning a year-round process.
The Trump administration has energized some Democrats in Alabama — but what do they have to do to be a viable party again?
Al Elliott explains how he hopes his “It Is Written 2” showcase can start community conversation.