This past year for education has been more for the record books, but Bessemer City Schools Superintendent Dr. Autumm Jeter says they have a lot of summer reading programs to help students stay on track.
For the past month, a National Guard strike team has been working with the Jefferson County Department of Health and its partners to educate businesses and provide information about the vaccine at different community events.
People at the Jefferson County Department of Health are scaling back, but they are still looking forward to normalcy so they can go after treating healthcare needs they believe may have been ignored or delayed over the last year or so.
Officials said over the course of four days on a stretch of road in eastern Birmingham in late May, people in four different vehicles illegally dumped items onto the road that has a “No Dumping” sign clearly posted.
A 37-year-old woman, two young children and an 18-year-old recent high school graduate were all killed when their car veered off the road and into Logan Martin Lake in St. Clair County late Saturday night.
Mayor Woodfin said as part of the Magic City Recovery Plan, which is funded through the Biden Administration’s American Rescue Plan of 2021, he will recommend full time employees with the City of Birmingham receive a one-time premium payment of $5,000.
Building Hope: 21 Days of Kindness is a surge of 1021 planned and random acts of kindness throughout Birmingham and Central Alabama for 21 days to mitigate and ease the emotional, physical, and financial losses experienced during the pandemic.
Following Wednesday’s vote of no-confidence in Birmingham’s police chief by the Fraternal Order of Police board, some members of the body responded Thursday evening with a letter to the board questioning their actions.