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Birmingham is the largest city in the state of Alabama. Founded directly after the American Civil War the city was meant to comprise great industrial enterprise, it grew to be the primary industrial center of the Southern US. The Alys Stephens Center for the Performing Arts houses both the Alabama Symphony Orchestra and Opera Birmingham. The city also hosts the Sidewalk Moving Picture Festival, an independent film festival, every year in September, and Do Dah Day, a pet parade held annually at the end of May. Birmingham is also home to the United States Paralympics training facility.
Local Newspapers: The Birmingham News The North Jefferson News The Western Tribune
Local Sports Teams: Birmingham Barons (Minor League Baseball)
Local Colleges: University of Alabama at Birmingham Samford University Andrew Jackson University
Zip Codes associated with birmingham, alabama:
35124 35173 35203 35204 35206 35207 35208 35209 35210 35211 35212 35213 35214 35215 35216 35217 35218 35221 35222 35223 35224 35226 35228 35234 35235 35242 35243 35244
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Bob Phillips returns to lead Walker Baptist
Phillips, 44, who became the Jasper hospital's leader in 2009, served until 2015, when he took over as the president of Shelby Baptist Medical a Phillips, 44, who became the Jasper hospital's leader in 2009, served until 2015, when he took over as the president of Shelby Baptist Medical Center in Alabaster. He was replaced in Jasper by John Langlois, whom Phillips said had been a chief financial officer when Phillips served in Jasper.Some high school seniors were having a water balloon fight. Then gunfire broke out.
On Friday, a group of teenagers were hanging out in the parking lot of a park in Birmingham, Alabama, taking part in their local high school's "Senior Skip Day." At some point, a water balloon fight broke out, according to AL.com .Birmingham man shot, killed in home invasion at Southtown; tenant injured, police say
The tenant of a Southtown apartment shot and killed a man who invaded his residence Friday night, according to Birmingham police. A man, later identified as Darius Chatman, 26, of Birmingham, was found dead in the grass in the rear of a Southtown housing development apartment located in the 2500 block of 9th Court South.Homicide detectives investigating shooting at Birmingham apartment
Homicide detectives are investigating a shooting that took place at the 2500 block of 9th Court South on Friday morning according to a press release by the Birmingham Police Department . A man, identified as Darius Chatman, 26, of Birmingham, was killed while trying to invade an apartment.Catfish pays tribute after Robert Brian Clark dies in a motorcycle accident, aged 33
A man who once appeared on the MTV show Catfish has died in a motorcycle accident at the age of 33. Robert Brian Clark passed away in December but the news was only brought to the attention of Catfish viewers this week when the latest episode paid tribute to him. A local news report from his Birmingham, Alabama hometown explained Robert - who went by the name Brian - was killed after a motorcycle crash flung him into the path of an oncoming vehicle.Autism advocates use billboards to push for insurance reform
Autism advocates are trying a new way to raising awareness about the need for insurance reform. Five billboards calling for "Insurance for Autism Now" are now up: three in Birmingham, one in Albertville and one in Montgomery.U.S. Jewish groups beef up security after threats despite arrest
The arrest in Israel on Thursday of a U.S.-Israeli teenager suspected of a rash of hoax bomb threats targeting Jewish community centers across the United States brought some relief to community leaders, who nevertheless say they will stick to plans to beef up security. Executives at several Jewish organizations said the threats helped identify potential vulnerabilities that must be addressed, regardless of whether the suspect is ultimately found to have been behind the bulk of the incidents.Birmingham unveils fleet of Coca-Cola buses, new downtown-Southside route
The Birmingham-Jefferson County Transit Authority on Friday, March 24, 2017 unveiled six new Coca-Cola buses, thanks to a new partnership with the Coca-Cola UNITED, for its revamped Magic City Connector. Birmingham Mayor William Bell is pictured at the podium.Correction: Social Security Judge-Prison story
In a story March 23 about a former judge sentenced to prison, The Associated Press reported erroneously the details of a woman's Social Security benefits for a woman. The judge had approved the woman's Social Security benefits, but he did not approve her request for a retroactive lump sum payment.TEDxBirmingham: Complete speakers list, how to attend, livestream
A dozen Birmingham area leaders, entrepreneurs, activists and scientists will take part in Magic City's annual TEDx event on Saturday at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. If you weren't lucky enough to snag a ticket to the event, talks can be livestreamed by clicking here .Music-themed summer camp instills confidence in children
One by one, they step up to the microphone and sing their fears away. Stage fright is replaced with sheer delight, as these children--from 1st grade through high school--find their voice.What would be the impact of cuts to public radio?
By Chuck Holmes, general manager of WBHM, Birmingham's public radio station, he previously served as deputy managing editor of NPR News and as supervising senior editor of "Morning Edition" Show of hands: Who wants the daily news reported straight up, with credibility and depth? How many of your kids and grandkids know how to get to Sesame Street? Who was hooked on Downton Abbey? Who wakes up to NPR's Morning Edition? Who laughs every weekend at Wait, Wait ... Don't Tell Me!? The small, award-winning staff at Public Radio WBHM 90.3 FM reported last year about the city's rising violent crime rate, told stories about the challenges of life in Ensley, about the commercial revitalization of downtown Birmingham, among other important topics.Westminster attack: Number of dead rises to five
Armed Police have opened fire and shot a person outside the Houses of Parliament. A vehicle was seen on social media to have crashed into the fence of the palace The UK-born attacker was on the intelligence agency MI5's radar amid concern over his links to extremism some years ago, she said .Gunman who shot Birmingham musician during holdup sought
Authorities are asking for the public's help identifying a gunman who shot a Birmingham musician during a robbery earlier this week. Birmingham police on Thursday night released surveillance photos that show the attack.Signs prohibiting guns removed at Birmingham Zoo, Bessemer City Hall and more
Signs prohibiting guns at locations in Homewood, Birmingham and Bessemer have been removed following complaints about possible gun rights violations, said Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall. Marshall's office received formal complaints about the possible violations at the Homewood Public Library, the Homewood Community Center, the Birmingham Zoo, and the Housing Authority of Birmingham District.Wicker Park Capital Management hires Bayer Vice President to lead new Birmingham office
Sam Heide, most recently Vice President of Leasing at Bayer, will join Wicker Park as Principal. Heide has led leasing on some of Birmingham's most high profile developments including the one million-square foot The Summit Birmingham and The Pizitz.Man arrested after abducted woman escapes from trunk
This booking photograph taken Wednesday, March 22, 2017, at the Jefferson County Jail in Birmingham, Ala., shows Manuel Ali Towns. Towns has been charged with kidnapping and robbery in the abduction of 25-year-old Brittany Diggs earlier this month.
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