Press Releases

Birmingham City Councilor Sheila Tyson Partners with Jefferson County Committee for Economic Opportunity to Provide Energy Assistance to Residents

As the temperatures continue to fluctuate and people are having to go from turning on their heat to turning up their air, a local organization wants to make sure residents in Jefferson County are comfortable in their homes. This week residents, who needed assistance paying their energy bills, were able to take part in an Energy […]

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Heating Up the Birmingham Restaurant Scene: Highly Anticipated Nashville RestaurantSet to Open Up this Spring

Birmingham is without a doubt unmatched when serving the best in comfort foods, cuisines and the southern experience in traditional meals. Fried chicken is probably one of our best staples as it has resonated in the hearts and palates of food enthusiasts, who have captivated the mere experience of piping hot, fresh and tasty food. […]

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Swing Into Your Spring Fitness Routine with Free Exercise Classes at Railroad

Spring Break is finally here and if you’re looking for a free activity for the entire family to enjoy we’ve got dibs on a fun activity that will allow you to get fit as you enjoy this nice spring weather. Get Healthy on the Railroad is now underway with a variety of fun exercises such […]

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Birmingham City Council’s Week Ahead: 3/28 – 4/1

These are the highlights of what The Birmingham City Council will be addressing this coming week. For more information about everything the council is doing visit www.birminghamalcitycouncil.org.

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Councilor Sheila Tyson Inspires Mentees to Tap Into Their Greatness at 5th Annual Black Women’s Roundtable Women of Power

As women continue to make strides on international scales, it is important that young women recognize their value as they begin to excel into the real world. That is why Councilor Sheila Tyson felt it was imperative that the young women of Parker High School accompany her to the 5th Annual Black Women’s Roundtable Women […]

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Birmingham City Council to Hold Public Hearing on Proposed Mayor-Council Act Changes

The Alabama State Legislature is being asked to consider a bill, to amend the 1955 Mayor-Council Act to change the City of Birmingham’s governmental structure. If this bill passes and is signed into law by the Governor, the proposed changes will take effect immediately. To voice your concerns on the proposed changes, the Birmingham City Council […]

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Birmingham City Council’s Week Ahead: 3/14 – 3/18

These are the highlights of what The Birmingham City Council will be addressing this coming week. For more information about everything the council is doing visit www.birminghamalcitycouncil.org.  

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Birmingham City Councilors Appear on International Show “Al Jazeera”

The fight to push minimum wage is making the national spotlight once again. International news network, Al Jazeera recently paid a visit to highlight all of the efforts that Birmingham City Councilors are doing to ensure that a livable wage is obtainable for all. For more information about everything the Birmingham City Council is doing […]

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Birmingham City Councilors Partners with Congresswoman Terri Sewell to Address Voting Inequalities at Restore the Vote Congressional Forum

Dozens of members from the United States Congress along with statewide and local elected officials landed in Birmingham over the weekend to organize efforts and address the current state of voting rights in America. Restore the Vote, a national legislative effort to mobilize support for the Voting Rights Advancement Act of 2015, drew leaders and […]

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Birmingham City Council’s Week Ahead: 3/7 – 3/11

These are the highlights of what The Birmingham City Council will be addressing this coming week. For more information about everything the council is doing visit www.birminghamalcitycouncil.org.

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