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EDAA Helps Gadsden Prepare for Post-Goodyear

Nearly 100-year-old plant to be shuttered in June

More Games Coming to Birmingham

While festivals and events have been postponed around most of the state due to COVID-19, that didn’t keep the city of Birmingham from looking...

Birmingham Tech Used to Help Produce a COVID-19 Vaccine

TriAltus Bioscience LLC’s protein purification technology — licensed by the University of Alabama in Birmingham — is being used to support research into a...

New Name, Same Games: It’s Now World Games 2022

They’re still The World Games, but one of the numbers has changed. With the recent announcement that The World Games would shift from next year...

Birmingham Zoo Needs Help

The Birmingham Zoo is like a lot of tourism entities — it is hemorrhaging money. The zoo, a non-profit organization, is home to approximately...

Church Restoration Project Gets National Park Service Funding

St. Paul United Methodist Church, in Birmingham, has received $500,000 from the National Park Service to restore and rehabilitate the church building. The grant was...

A Landmark Market Adapts, Drives Forward

Farmers are selling more than they would at a regular market.

GoFundMe Backs Workers at OvenBird and Hot & Hot

In one week, a GoFundMe campaign by the owners of the companion Birmingham restaurants OvenBird and Hot and Hot Fish Club has raised more...

Woodfin: Birmingham is a City that Leads by Responding to Needs

This is part of a continuing series of commentaries by Alabama business and community leaders about the coronavirus crisis.

Leadership Changes at KPS Group

KPS Group Inc. has named Donald Simpson president and Hugh Thornton chairman of the board. The Birmingham-based architecture and design firm announced the changes...

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