The memorial at Evergreen Cemetery on Central Avenue is covered with the words “Glory to the day of heroism June 19, 1986.” The phrase appears to correspond to the Peruvian prison massacres of 1986, when 224 people died in a series of riots.
Heather Bailey has been a chainsaw carver for 15 years. She is so proficient is now considers herself an artist with the chainsaw. Bailey talks about the fun and the accomplishment along with the talent it takes to complete a project and so something not many people can do.
When Lindsey Wood was 10 years old she started Bows that Bless to raise awareness and money toward purchasing items for children in the Forster Care Program. Seven years later she continues to sew bows for a great cause.
The IRS announced Easter weekend the first round of payments were deposited into taxpayers’ bank accounts and later this week, it will launch a tool on its website where people can track the status of their stimulus check.
The ruling appears to clear the way for the city to go forward with an agreement it announced in October, to have a team of developers led by Irvin Henderson of North Carolina renovate the building and redevelop the area around it.
Jordyn williams of Birmingham, AL just finished her kindergarten year in school, but is already a published author. With the help of her mom, Jordyn wrote a children's book "I Finally Learned to Read and Write." The mother and daughter share their story and it's a cool one.
Nine year old Kate Miller is finishing up her third grade year of elementary school, which is remarkable considering six years ago she was diagnosed with cancer. Her battle inspired her mom to write a book about the journey, it is called "Fighting for Kate," and this is her story.
Autism is a neurological disorder that not many people truly understand. Those that are autistic can sometimes be forgotten, but one Birmingham business is helping this community out, hiring workers with autism and helping them lead a normal life.
Autumn Jiles and Adrianne Holston are the superheroes of the cleaning world. They are celebrating their fifth anniversary as co-owners of Clean Heart Cleaning Services based out of Oneonta, AL. For them it's more than just about cleaning, it's community, giving back and proving a point.
Realtor Justin Dyar has accomplished something few in Alabama have ever achieved, selling more than 100 million dollars in property in one year. Dyar joined an elite group when he reached the milestone in 2018. We met up with Dyar recently to find out his secrets but also what motivates him.