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Birmingham Face Masks

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The site was created as a way to centralize efforts to create masks, allow health care locations with a way to request them, and coordinate a structured drop offs. Read more

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LifeSouth Blood Drive

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Donors are asked to schedule appointments in advance. Read more

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Dr. Lewis Brooks says he will be working to determine the next steps and share details when they are finalized. Read more

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E-learning is scheduled to start April 6. Read more

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“But we do urge everyone to continue with all precautions, including social distancing and limitation of activities outside your home,” Brocato said. Read more

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County Manager Chad Scroggins added that the county offices are working hard to keep business operations going as best as possible. Read more

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The closings are effective Wednesday, March 25 through April 8 to assist in the prevention of further spread of COVID-19 to customers and staff of Shelby County. Read more

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Leadership Shelby March 2020

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This was the first event where the adult and youth leadership classes participated together. Read more

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Reggie Holloway Community Services Manager for Shelby County, discusses the 2020 Census at the Shelby County Commission meeting on Feb. 10.

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The 2020 census kicks off April 1, and Shelby County hopes to exceed its 2010 response of 80%, with a goal to be at 90% this time around. Read more

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Shelby County Commission Manager

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Sitting in a room at the County Services Building just weeks before his official retirement, County Manager Alex Dudchock and his successor, Chad Scroggins, share a rapport of not only co-workers, but also friends. Read more

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State Superintendent Dr. Eric Mackey

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A task force is working on a contingency plan if schools are not allowed to go back on April 6 and should have that information no later than March 30. Read more

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The goal is to provide a one-stop location for resources and information consumers and businesses can use during the current business environment. Read more

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Hoover Helpline 3-19-20

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Hoover residents can call 205-444-7877 to share needs associated with the pandemic. Read more

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Testing for COVID-19 at Church of the Highlands Grants Mill Campus

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798 tests were administered today at the Grants Mill campus of Church of the Highlands. Read more

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Tour an open house this weekend from 2-4 p.m. Read more

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Chelsea City Council 3/17

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The mayor addressed the Coronoavirus issue, along with regular city business. Read more

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Coronavirus Testing

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In order to serve the state and more people even better, Church of the Highlands is moving COVID-19 testing to their largest location, the campus at Grants Mill, beginning Wednesday, March 18. Read more

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Shelby County Chamber’s mission during these challenging times is to be a resource for local businesses. Read more

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Chelsea Mayor Tony Picklesimer

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Chelsea mayor Tony Picklesimer posted a video on the city's Facebook page to give an update on the response of the City of Chelsea to the pandemic COVID-19 Virus. Read more

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The City Council put a freeze on all hiring, travel and conferences and a hold on capital project spending and budget amendments for new expenditures. Read more

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