There is a positive outlook on COVID cases compared to the large numbers the Jefferson County Department of Health was seeing just last month. Still, while the numbers are better they are not yet where health leaders want to see them.
The Greater Birmingham Visitors and Convention Bureau’s board of directors voted to put up $2 million to help in covering an estimated $3.7 million that will be necessary to cover operational costs of the league.
A UAB engineer says if cities don’t act soon to update storm water infrastructure, we could see more devastating scenarios like the ones we saw just two weeks ago when record flooding caused major damage to homes and businesses in our area.
The Ensley Business Alliance held its fall luncheon in the Tuxedo Ballroom, where business owners and city officials talked about the history and the future of the community that was once an industrial hub of Birmingham.
Officers said on Tuesday, October 12, 2021, the senior victim was shopping inside the Jefferson Avenue Food Mart, located at 5408 Jefferson Avenue, when the suspect stole cash from the victim and began striking him in the back of the head with a handgun.
Pelham was one of the areas hardest hit by that record flooding. The store manager at the Pelham Home Depot admits there are a few empty shelves, but she said people can find pretty much everything they need to recover from the flood.
Servpro, the fire and water cleanup and restoration company, has been busy helping people recover from the record flooding we saw two weeks ago. They’ve been so busy that they’ve had to call in reinforcements to help keep up with demand.
The Cold Springs High School Royal Blue Band is the smallest band we have ever put the spotlight on. And yet with the sound that it plays this band, with 29 members, is spot on and well deserved to be focused on Sideline.
With a patriot guard escort, a hearse carrying the remains of six Alabama veterans and the wife of a WWI soldier rolled up to the Alabama National Cemetery Tuesday for a ceremony that’s been decades in the making for each of these families.
At the completion of the investigation, Hoover investigators determined the driver of the GMC heavy-duty truck was under the influence of multiple controlled substances and was texting while driving at the time of the crash.