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Mountain Brook High Expanding

The Mountain Brook Board of Education has approved the design of an expansion of Mountain Brook High School. The design, created by B Group Architecture...

Brookwood Village Redevelopment Getting Started

Colliers International | Alabama and Arlington Properties have teamed up to give new life to Brookwood Village mall in Homewood. Colliers, a real estate and...

Viper Imaging Expands

Viper Imaging has expanded its office and production facility on Valleydale Road in Shelby County by adding 10,000 square feet. The locally-owned and operated...

Jones Valley Teaching Farm Kicks Off Downtown Farm Center

Jones Valley Teaching Farm broke ground Wednesday on a new Center for Food Education at its farm site in downtown Birmingham. The center will serve...

Grow with Google Launches Black, LatinX Small Business Initiative in Birmingham

Grow with Google’s Digital Coaches program, which offers free digital skills workshops to help Black and LatinX small businesses succeed, will launch in Birmingham...

Birmingham CEO named Small Business Person of the Year

Sridhara Gutti, CEO of Birmingham-based Essnova Solutions, was recently awarded Alabama’s Small Business Person of the Year award by the U.S. Small Business Administration. Gutti...

Birmingham Airport Moves Forward with Projects

The Birmingham Airport Authority is moving forward with two construction projects at Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport, despite COVID-19 and its impact on air travel across...

Façade Improvement Pilot Program Launched in Birmingham

Buildings in nine areas of Birmingham could see facelifts as part of a façade improvement pilot program launched by the City of Birmingham. The program...

Senior Living Facility Opens in Birmingham

The Bluffs at Greystone, a 137-unit senior living facility, is ready to open in Birmingham. Developed by Michigan-based KIRCO and Georgia-based Phoenix Senior Living, the...

Birmingham Public Library Furloughs 158 Employees

The Birmingham Public Library is furloughing 158 full-time and part-time employees effective Sept. 25. The move comes in the wake of a $63 million city...

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