The county is closer to a debt settlement but still has far to go.
Even horrible events like tornadoes may lead to something green
The January blaze at the Birmingham landmark gutted the building, but it also gave it a chance for a new life.
Like a choose-your-own adventure novel with only one ending, every choice the commission makes, every scenario it pursues, works its way back to this one…
Forty-eight years from the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing, we as a city must choose to ignore our past or embrace it.
At this stage, no action is a pro-active vote for continuing to be insignificant, says Colin Coyne. The newest generation of leaders needs to take…
Working together as a community will get us far, Quinn Kareem Rallins says.
Birmingham should take advantage of its many greenways, and just go for a walk! At least, that's what Wendy Jackson says.
Efforts to renovate the Lyric Theatre will get an assist from an interactive design session to be held at an upcoming sustainable building conference.
The fact that a 15-year-old Hoover High School student had to stand up for tolerance speaks volumes about Birmingham's adults.
Can Birmingham take advantage of its current civic energy? Or will it continue to fall short?
The county is poised to shut down its nursing home, but the commission is at odds over how to deal with Cooper Green.
If you ask Weld contributor Mia Watkins, changing Birmingham is as simple as teaching our children--but not just in the schools.
Look around. Birmingham has a lot of great things, and we need to appreciate them, according to Gail Andrews.
What does Birmingham need? Mike Coppage says we need a little more magic in the Magic City.