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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
Birmingham contractor finishes $10 million Griffin, Ga. project

Birmingham general contractor Capstone Building Corp. has completed the $10 million Iris at Park Pointe senior community development in Griffin, Ga., encompassing over 78,000 square feet of residential space. According to the company, Iris at Park Pointe is an 85-unit, three-floor development offering one, two and three-bedroom units.

'It's a comfortable city and it's a frightening city': West Birmingham residents talk...

Birmingham's 111 homicides last year mark the highest total in two decades, as the city saw more killings than many larger cities, such as Nashville, which is three times the size of Birmingham. There are far fewer killings in much larger cities, San Diego and Denver, El Paso and Austin.

Sunday-night shootout in western Birmingham leaves 1 with wound to chest

The gunfire erupted about 9 p.m. in the 5600 block of Monte Sano Road in the area of Vinesville Road. Birmingham police Sgt.

BourbonHam: Birmingham, Bourbon 101, and Beyond

BourbonHam, Birmingham's annual bourbon tasting event and fundraiser for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, returns on Sunday, January 21. BourbonHam's founder Scott Thorne was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2014. He wanted to raise money for MS and create a fundraiser in addition to the MS Society's annual outdoor events.

Officials looking at timeline for building new B'ham stadium

"It has been going on for 20 years. I'm tired of talking about it. It's time to get it done," says Jefferson County Commission President Jimmie Stephens.

Cancer research support group honoring commission president Stephens at gala

A Birmingham-area cancer research support group is honoring Jefferson County Commission President Jimmie Stephens at the group's seventh annual James Bond Gala on Jan. 27. Radiation Oncology Accelerated Research, ROAR, began in 2009 to raise money for cancer research. This year's gala is titled "Dr. Cure" and will be located at The Club.

This Is the Best Place to Live in Every State

What's the best place to live in your state? It should be someplace that pairs strong economic and educational performance with affordability, and then ticks other boxes as well: convenience, safety, a pleasant way of life. Every year MONEY picks the Best Places to Live in the U.S. Yet because our strict requirements require towns to thread the needle, some parts of the country tend to show up more than once, while other states miss the list entirely.

Teens indicted in deadly crimespree partially livestreamed on Facebook

A Jefferson County grand jury on Jan. 12 issued two capital murder charges each against DeMarcus Daniels, 19, and X'Zavier McWillie, 17 in the June 30 shooting death of 20-year-old Antonio Brooks, who was killed with a bullet meant for someone else,( Two teens have been indicted in the June shooting death of a young Birmingham father in a bizarre series of events that also left to police officers seriously injured following a crash with the suspects.

Record employment, Birmingham Amazon bid, Walmart hiring in today's business news

Birmingham didn't make the list of finalists for Amazon's second corporate headquarters, but the social media campaign surrounding the Magic City's bid garnered national attention. And city leaders said they found "great value" in the process of taking a shot at it.

Campaign launched to restore vandalized Birmingham murals

These three murals painted by artist Marcus Fetch in the Avondale and Woodlawn communities in Birmingham, Ala., were vandalized on Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2018. A fundraising campaign has been launched to raise money to restore the murals, which are pictured here before they were vandalized.

Hawaiian-inspired food truck out on the streets of Birmingham

The Paradise Chow food truck menu includes a furikake rice bowl with teriyaki salmon, soft egg, mixed peppers, soy pearls, scallions, cilantro and sesame seeds. The owners of the Southside late-night bar Marty's PM have cranked up a new food truck with a tiki-inspired menu that includes such dishes as a Maui burger, a Kahlua pork sandwich and a spicy papaya salad.

University of Alabama student expelled over racist rant posted on social media

A 19-year-old student from New Jersey has been expelled from the University of Alabama after posting racist videos where she repeatedly uses a racial slur. University of Alabama student Harley Barber, identified in news reports as an Evesham resident, left school and was dropped from her sorority after posting racist statements on social media.

Winter edition of Birmingham Restaurant Week returns as Dine Magic City Week

Birmingham TV food personality Joy King will host her own winter dining event this year, called 'Dine Magic City Week.' The winter edition of Birmingham Restaurant Week returns the week of January 22, but with a twist.

Neel-Schaffer makes moves in Alabama offices

Chris Sellers has been promoted to a senior vice president role based in its Birmingham office. Sellers joined Neel-Schaffer in 1999 and now oversees the firm's operations in Alabama, Georgia, and South Carolina.

Mobile County Commission approves opioid lawsuit

Mobile County Commissioners voted Thursday to join a nationwide wave of litigation against companies that make and distribute opioid pain medications. In doing so, they voted to follow a path already taken by an assortment of Alabama counties.

Vulcan Park merges with Birmingham History Center to exhibit artifacts from Magic City

Vulcan Park & Museum is merging with Birmingham History Center to exhibit an expansive collection of artifacts from the Magic City. Birmingham History Center's collection includes more than 13,000 items including historical photographs and documents, the iconic Pete's Famous Hot Dogs sign, a carriage and replica of the USS Birmingham.

Birmingham teen indicted on 7 felonies in Cathedral of the Cross carnival shootings

A Birmingham teen has been indicted in a shooting at a Center Point church carnival that left at least five people wounded, including an 11-month-old girl. A Jefferson County grand jury indicted 17-year-old Laeric Bailey on seven counts of second-degree assault.

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