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The events are to end the stigma of mental illness and focus on wellness. Read more

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Shelby County Commission Meeting Feb. 10

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Residents opposing the proposed Coosa River Bridge addressed the commission, along with Alan Miller, District Judge Candidate and a representative for Bradley Byrne. Read more

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Wild About Chocolate was held Saturday, Feb. 8 at The Harbert Center in downtown Birmingham to raise money for the AWC and its programs. Read more

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Becky White, a resident of the Trace Crossings community, has replaced Sammy Harris on the zoning board. Read more

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The Chelsea Middle School student was released from Children's Hospital on Feb. 6 after a 12-week hospital stay following a golf cart accident that resulted in a traumatic brain injury. Read more

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Clay Hammac addresses the audience at the Shelby County Chamber luncheon on Feb. 6.

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The Executive Director of Compact2020 gave an update on the community initiative, and how it has helped since its formation in 2016. Read more

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A homecoming celebration for Eli will be held at Chelsea Middle School Thursday afternoon and the community is invited to attend. Read more

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New devt next to Greystone Jan 2020

Map courtesy of city of Hoover

Now, the developer must decide whether to submit a different plan or seek to build the subdivision in unincorporated Shelby County. Read more

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While the topic of the proposed Coosa River toll bridge was not on the commission’s agenda, a crowd of over 60 people attended the meeting. When attendees who were opposed to the bridge were asked to stand, every person in the room stood. Read more

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The mayors met in Hoover over the weekend and discussed bail for violent criminals, release of police body camera footage, internet sales tax distributions and local control of rights of way. Read more

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The sale, in its 13th year, will be Friday and Saturday, Feb. 21 and 22 in the gymnasium of Asbury Methodist Church. Read more

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Photo courtesy of Addiction Prevention Coalition.

The End Heroin Walk for the Birmingham-Hoover metro area is moving from Birmingham’s Railroad Park to Hoover’s Veterans Park. Read more

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Hearts in Harmony 2019

Photo by Jon Anderson.

The Hoover Service Club’s biggest fundraiser of the year, the 2020 Hearts in Harmony Gala, will take place on Saturday, Feb. 29, at the Hoover Country Club. Read more

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Night to Shine

Photo courtesy of Night to Shine Birmingham.

Sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation, Night to Shine provides a prom experience for individuals 14 years of age and older with special needs. Read more

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Photo courtesy of Nancy Ekberg.

After hosting some trial classes at the North Shelby Library last fall, the group decided to make North Shelby Library another spot for their classes beginning in the spring semester. Read more

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The group gained a better knowledge and understanding of law enforcement, the court system, community corrections and juvenile services in Shelby County. Read more

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The system is intended to send lifesaving emergency notifications straight to cellphones, landline phones and email, and quickly provide critical information about severe weather, fires, floods, road closures, missing persons, evacuations and more. Read more

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