Birmingham School Board hears proposal to save $8 million at meeting tonight.
She recorded the Birmingham Civil Rights Movement as it unfolded, and lives to share it.
The story behind Tommy Langston’s remarkable picture reveals a photographer who, with a click of his shutter, moved a city toward change.
Birmingham Public Library Archives collection lends insight into the mind of an American terrorist.
A Birmingham native raises money to help her New York community swamped by Superstorm Sandy.
What happens to a town when its daily newspaper goes away?
What should the President of the United States do on Day 1?
Between our new website and our partnership with CBS 42, Weld is on the right track toward bringing the Birmingham community together.
The state representative feels that public agitation on behalf of Cooper Green "has turned a corner."
Fighting crime with less money, fewer resources, and a smaller force demands that the sheriff find new ways to do the county’s most dangerous job.
The former Blackwell Furniture building will soon have new tenants and new businesses under its century-old roof.
A year into the role of county manager, Tony Petelos still believes Jefferson County can be saved.
The Archives at the Birmingham Public Library richly documents the story of our region.
One Birmingham school shows how, with hard work and dedication from faculty, staff, and parents, success is a foregone conclusion.