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Attorney Ontario Tillman Announces Candidacy for State House District 56.

Ontario J. Tillman announced his candidacy during his campaign team kick-off January 29, 2022. Attorney Tillman is a native of Bessemer, Alabama where he was born and raised. He [...]

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2022 A.G. Gaston Conference Is Set to Return In-Person in Birmingham, AL

The annual economic empowerment conference will be a live experience that will begin February 22 – 23, 2022. Birmingham, AL (1/24/2022) — The 18th annual A.G. Gaston Conference will [...]

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BIRMINGHAM CEO ELECTED AS THE FIRST AFRICAN AMERICAN CHAIRMAN OF THE BUSINESS COUNCIL OF ALABAMA (BCA)

Mike Kemp is the founder, president and CEO of KMS, a program management & consulting company headquartered in Birmingham, AL.    BIRMINGHAM, AL (1/4/2022) — The Business Council of [...]

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#BuyBlackBham Campaign to Support Black-owned Businesses

Mayor Woodfin, Mastercard and Urban Impact Announce #BuyBlackBham Campaign to Support Black-owned Businesses This Holiday Season Birmingham, AL (Nov. 29, 2021) –  Mayor Randall L. Woodfin joined representatives from [...]

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What to know about the Birmingham Squadron and the NBA G League

Birmingham, Alabama is the latest beneficiary of a NBA G League team so as we approach the tip-off of the first home game we wanted to give you a [...]

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Winners Selected in City of Birmingham’s 150th Anniversary Photo Challenge

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA — Nov. 4, 2021 —  As another way to celebrate the city’s 150th birthday, Mayor Randall L. Woodfin invited the public to submit photos for the Birmingham [...]

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v94.9FM stands with Vulcan

Vulcan Park Foundation has announced a new specialty license plate that is now available to residents of Alabama who want to show their support of Vulcan Park & Museum. [...]

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The day there was too much football in Alabama…said no on ever.

The day is Saturday, October 9, 2021, and it may just go down as the day there was just too much football in Alabama … said no one ever.  [...]

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Counting Us! is a minority business initiative to address MAJOR challenges in minority business development.

Counting Us! is a state-wide, coordinated effort between Stillman College, Urban Impact, The University of Alabama, and the IGNITE! Coalition to understand, build, and grow minority-owned businesses in the [...]

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