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Birmingham Groups Team Up To Fight Human Trafficking

Dakota Layton | February 1, 2020 Birmingham, AL

The Junior League of Birmingham, the Birmingham Airport Authority, and the Hispanic Interest Coalition of Alabama are teaming up to stop human trafficking in the Birmingham area. The Junior League of Birmingham and Birmingham airport authority are putting up signs in every bathroom stall in...

Ruminations on Dr. King, Faith, and the Greatest Commandment

Jeremy Jeffcoat | January 20, 2020

Over the weekend, I had the opportunity to attend a couple of events honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. I have always considered him among the three most impactful Americans in history…along with Thomas Jefferson and Abraham Lincoln. In listening to the various speakers, from...

Census Bureau Hiring 1,000 Temporary Workers In Birmingham

Brent Wilson | January 10, 2020

In preparation for the 2020 Census, the U.S. Census Bureau is going on a hiring spree looking for temporary workers. The U.S. Census Bureau is looking to hire an additional 1,000 in all areas of Birmingham. Hiring will begin in the next two weeks. Jobs range...

Huntsville Ranked 30th Best Place In America To Find A Job

Brent Wilson | January 6, 2020 Huntsville, AL

Huntsville, AL is ranked the 30th best place in America to find a job according to online website WalletHub. In order to determine the best job markets in the U.S., WalletHub compared 182 cities — including the 150 most populated U.S. cities, plus at least...

Some Low-Income Alabamians Will Have Medical Debts Forgiven

Dakota Layton | December 30, 2019 Health Banknotes

Thanks to a partnership between a non-profit organization known as F.A.I.T.H founded by Patricia Gant and a national group known as RIP Medical Debt, some low-income Alabamians will have their medical debts forgiven. 21 percent of Alabamians have medical debt in collection, according to the...

Birmingham Northern Beltline Construction to Continue

Brent Wilson | December 20, 2019

Governor Kay Ivey on Thursday announced that construction of the Birmingham Northern Beltline will resume soon thanks to funding secured by U.S. Senator Richard Shelby. Funding for the Appalachian Development Highway System (ADHS), of which the Birmingham Northern Beltline is a key component, is included...

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