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Eastaboga company lands Navy contract; Faith leaders call for end to Warrior Met strike;...

ATAP Inc., based in Eastaboga, has been awarded a $19.5 million contract with the U.S. Navy.

Birmingham gives money toward amphitheater; Huntsville plans new sports park; ServisFirst opens in Panama...

As part of an $81 million budget surplus, the Birmingham City Council voted Tuesday to give $5 million for a proposed new amphitheater on the old Carraway hospital campus.

Birmingham-area mall won’t house health care facility; Mobile’s McKinney Petroleum acquired; Upscale entertainment franchise...

The Riverchase Galleria in Hoover will not be the location of a new health care facility.

Madison council approves funds for stadium improvements; Austal hosts naval chief; Coffee blend honors...

The Madison City Council has approved money to make improvements to the 2-year-old Toyota Field, home of the minor league baseball Trash Pandas.

Tuskegee piloting business certification program; Norfolk Southern touts $3.2 billion in 2022 investments; Alabama’s...

The National Alliance for Black Business is launching a Black Business Enterprise Certification and Scorecard, first in a small pilot group and later nationally.

UA forecasts slightly shrinking Alabama economy; Helena company fined for worker death; 2 being...

Alabama’s economy will shrink slightly in 2023, according to the annual economic forecast from the Center for Business and Economic Research at the University of Alabama.

Huntsville development adding million-dollar homes; Mobile council signs long-term lease; JSU signs with Taymar

Hays Farm, a development near Redstone Arsenal, will include million-dollar homes and expanded commercial offerings.

Amazon union supporter says he was fired; Longtime Montgomery car dealership sold; UNA enrollment...

Darryl Richardson, a leading voice promoting a union at the Amazon facility in Bessemer, says he has been fired by Amazon.

LSB Industries begins Cherokee restart; Attorney donates for business scholarships at ASU; Bobby Flay’s...

LSB Industries says it has begun a “phased restart” of its Cherokee facility that was shut down at the end of 2022 because of extreme cold temperatures.ndycar event will be named the Children’s of Alabama Indy Grand Prix for five years.

Indycar race adds Children’s to name; Historic Tuscumbia restaurant will reopen; Spring Hill’s first...

Alabama’s major Indycar event will be named the Children’s of Alabama Indy Grand Prix for five years.

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