The BJCC in Birmingham approved spending $2.9 million to buy 13.3 acres from developer Corporate Realty to build a 9,000-seat amphitheater. The $50 million project is part of the redevelopment of the Carraway Hospital site north of downtown. – WVTM 13
Embattled Visit Dothan CEO Aaron McCreight resigned after a federal judge in Iowa sentenced him to serve 18 months for bank fraud. The charges stemmed from his previous position at Go Cedar Rapids. — WTVY 4
Nearly two years after United Mine Workers of America went on strike at Warrior Met Coal, the union is telling members they may return to work next month. Workers will return to work at the company’s four locations on March 2, though negotiations for a new agreement will continue. The strike is believed to be the longest in Alabama history. – AL.com
The 2023 Electrified GV70, a sedan assembled at Genesis’ plant in Montgomery, will sell for $65,850, the company has announced. This is the first time a Genesis model has been assembled in the U.S. and the first-ever Genesis assembly outside South Korea. – Genesis Motor Co.