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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.

Population: 229800
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
Towns/Cities near birmingham, alabama : Homewood Irondale Tarrant Fultondale Forestdale Minor Center Point Trussville Mountain Brook Gardendale Crestline Pinson Adamsville Graysville

Birmingham News
J.W. Carpenter, Birmingham Education Foundation head, seeks opportunities for city's...

Carpenter, a native of Maryland who went to high school in Indian Springs and has a law degree from Georgetown, said he chose to work at the foundation to give back to those who don't have the same advantages he grew up with. "I'm a 6-foot-tall, straight white man.

Chef and former Food Network host opens Mountain Brook restaurant

Ben Vaughn is the chef and owner of Root to Tail, a new farm-to-table restaurant opening Aug. 22, 2017, at 2031 Cahaba Road in Mountain Brook, Ala. Ben Vaughn is the chef and owner of Root to Tail, a new farm-to-table restaurant opening Aug. 22, 2017, at 2031 Cahaba Road in Mountain Brook, Ala.

Walker Percy, Birmingham-born novelist, will be honored with Louisiana statue Times-Picayune reports the 9-foot sculpture entitled "Walker Percy Gateway" pays homage to the prize-winning writer who lived in Covington from 1948 until his death in 1990. It depicts him leaning in a doorway, a metaphoric gateway into the author's world.

Police: 2 men dead in 'cold, calculated' shooting in Alabama

Local news outlets report the Jefferson County Coroner's Office identified the men, found early Wednesday, as 20-year-old DeJohn Lewis Williams and 22-year-old Dante Lanier Hall. Williams lived in the home where the killings took place.

John Snider: Acquisition Provides an Entry Into Earthmover Tires

Snider Tire Inc.'s purchase of 27 Tire Centers LLC locations adds four states to its geographic coverage and earthmover tires to its service portfolio. President John Snider told Modern Tire Dealer the acquisition increases his company's footprint in the southeastern United States.

Birmingham Restaurant Week Review: Dinner at Harvest

We chose to try Harvest's Restaurant Week menu because Julia tried it last year and loved it. This year, not only did it live up to its reputation, but it is our favorite restaurant week meal we've had thus far.

Loveman Village redevelopment to break ground in three to six months

Several partners on the project - the Housing Authority of the Birmingham District, the City of Birmingham and Hollyhand Development of Northport - held an event Wednesday morning to update the public on the status of the massive project. Pre-demolition work has begun, and Hollyhand's Vice President of Development Marcella Roberts said she expects demolition to begin in three to six months, depending on weather.

Alabama sues Birmingham for covering up Confederate monument

A man walks past the Confederate Monument in Birmingham, Ala. on Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2017.

State sues Birmingham, Mayor Bell over obscuring confederate monument

The Alabama Attorney General's Office has filed a lawsuit against the city of Birmingham and Mayor William Bell for violating state law and covering a Confederate monument in Linn Park. "In accordance with the law, my office has determined that by affixing tarps and placing plywood around the Linn Park memorial such that it is hidden from view, the defendants have 'altered' or 'otherwise disturbed' the memorial in violation of the letter and spirit of the Alabama Memorial Preservation Act," Attorney General Steve Marshall said in a Wednesday afternoon statement.

AL Attorney General suing Birmingham, Mayor Bell for covering Confederate monument in Linn Park

Alabama's Attorney General is suing the city of Birmingham and Mayor William Bell for putting barriers around the Confederate monument in Linn Park Tuesday night. "In accordance with the law, my office has determined that by affixing tarps and placing plywood around the Linn Park Memorial such that it is hidden from view, the Defendants have 'altered' or 'otherwise disturbed' the memorial in violation of the letter and spirit of the Alabama Memorial Preservation Act," Attorney General Steve Marshall said in a press release.

Avani Rupa: the mother-daughter jewelers behind countless Birmingham engagements

Seven years ago, when Coty Hulgan was preparing to propose to his now-wife, Tara, there was no question about where he would find the perfect ring. He had become close friends with Raj Patel while in college at Birmingham Southern College, and Raj's sister and mother, Avani and Rupa Patel, were both jewelry designers and the owners of Reflections Diamond Jewelry in Hoover .

Let's explore a treasure trove of 1970s memorabilia from Alabama concert promoter

Music lovers, concert buffs and autograph hounds, take note. If you're interested in shows that took place in Alabama - and throughout the Southeast - during the 1970s, get ready for a singular stroll down memory lane.

Vote 2017: Who will succeed Sen. Sessions?

President Trump picked Jeff Sessions to lead the Department of Justice earlier this year. Then-Gov. Bentley picked Alabama attorney general Luther Strange to fill his Senate seat until someone called a special election.

Juvenile seriously injured during shooting at Tom Brown Village in Avondale

Birmingham police said a juvenile was shot in the face at the Tom Brown housing authority in Avondale on Monday, Aug. 15, 2017. Birmingham police said a juvenile was shot in the face at the Tom Brown housing authority in Avondale on Monday, Aug. 15, 2017.( A teen received life-threatening injuries after he accidentally shot himself in the face in Avondale on Monday night, Birmingham police said.

South Carolina Sues Purdue Pharma, Alleging Deceptive Opioid Marketing

Lawsuits filed over the opioid crisis continued to mount this week, with an action Tuesday brought by South Carolina against drugmaker Purdue Pharma LP and suits by Birmingham, Ala., and Cincinnati against drug distributors. South Carolina's suit follows efforts by several other jurisdictions to hold pharmaceutical companies accountable for what they call deceptive marketing of opioid painkillers.

'Mom, I'm hit': Birmingham mother recounts son's shooting at school bus stop

The mother of a young boy shot while waiting at a Birmingham bus stop said she and her son were running away when they realized a bullet has struck him. Kinnion and her 8-year-old son, a third-grader whose name she didn't want used, were standing at the bus stop in the 6000 block of First Avenue North about 6:30 a.m. when she saw a man and woman get into an argument.

Fighting hatred: Birmingham Holocaust Education Center keeps history alive

The Birmingham Holocaust Education Center didn't need an event like Saturday in Charlottesville, Va., to know how hatred can turn to violence. On Saturday, a "Unite the Right" march in Charlottesville led to a confrontation with counterprotesters.

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