Top Headlines: BBA launches OnBoard Birmingham, Crazy Cazboy’s opening Hoover store

Birmingham Business Alliance launches OnBoard Birmingham
The Birmingham Business Alliance launched an online portal to help recruit professionals to Birmingham. OnBoard Birmingham will provide job listings, help calculate living expenses, tell the stories of Birmingham’s businesses and provide local information, among other things. – Made in Alabama

Crazy Cazboy’s opening mega store in Hoover
Crazy Cazboy’s, featuring bins of overstock and returned merchandise, will open a 35,000-square-foot Mega Store in Hoover on Friday. The store, from Zoe’s Kitchen founder John Cassimus, has locations in Homewood, Guntersville and Pensacola. –

Birmingham’s Coca-Cola United announces $5 million expansion
A $5 million plan to repurpose Coca-Cola Bottling Company United’s facility in Birmingham will increase warehouse and distribution space and result in production moving to other plants. The company hopes to retain all of its employees. –

Curbside alcohol sales end
The Alabama Alcohol and Beverage Control Board did not extend an emergency order allowing curbside and to-go sales of alcoholic beverages. The order, passed in March because of COVID-19, expired Tuesday. – WHNT-19 

Former Drummond exec’s lawsuit against legal firm dismissed
A $50 million lawsuit filed by former Drummond Co. Vice President David Roberson against Balch & Bingham LLP has been dismissed by a Jefferson County Circuit Court judge. The suit alleged poor legal advice led to Roberson’s conviction on federal bribery charges. – Alabama Political Reporter

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Cattle farmers can apply for COVID-19 relief money
Alabama cattle farmers affected by the pandemic have until Oct. 9 to apply for grants through the Alabama Agriculture Stabilization Program. Farmers who sold cattle from April 16-May 15 are eligible to apply for the $10.5 million in grants. –

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