July 9, 2015
Food, fellowship and family were key elements for the 4th annual Man-up breakfast. District 8 Councilor Steven Hoyt believes a father or male figure can make all the difference in a young man’s life. Love, preserving family values and bridging the gap with law enforcement were part of the discussion this year.
June 30, 2015
City leaders have been clear that revitalized neighborhoods are a high priority and maintaining a strong relationship with UAB is vital in making that happen. The council had asked for a meeting with Dr. Watts during the decision making process for UAB football, but in the end President Austin says they got exactly what they […]
June 28, 2015
Keeping residents healthy, happy and wise was the goal behind the District six health fair. Councilor Sheila Tyson helped sponsor the event at Princeton Towers which brought out more than 2,000 visitors.
June 27, 2015
Rickwood Field has seen its share of amazing athletes, and now the “Sportskid of the Year”, Mona Davis, is added to that list. The inaugural “Pappa Jack Youth Baseball Classic” brought a crowd from all over the country to watch Davis and the Youth Birmingham Black Barons. Ron Jackson, better known as “Pappa Jack”, was […]
April 2, 2015
Birmingham is hoping to help boost tourism dollars by allowing visitors the opportunity to carry an alcoholic beverage from venue to venue. As part of this new open container ordinance, customers will be supplied designated cups for alcohol as they walk around the Uptown district. Acceptable areas for open containers will include the park across from the Westin Hotel, the […]