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A new city beautification board has been chosen and has begun meeting. more

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

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The Homewood City Council approved a series of changes to the city zoning ordinances at its Aug. 13 meeting, and council members plan to discuss more changes in the near future. more

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

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Saulter and Carr Road development

Courtesy of KADCO Homes

The zoning book changes must be approved by the City Council before being enacted. more

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Public Works Committee

Sydney Cromwell

The Milo's incentive package was approved in a specially called council meeting. more

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Natasha Kern was found Aug. 6 after going missing for five days. more

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Pertussis, or whooping cough, is a highly contagious respiratory disease that can affect people of all ages but can be deadly for babies less than a year old. more

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Looking for a beach read?

Photo by Jesse Chambers

The sale attracted a strong crowd on the sunny, dry Saturday. more

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In all, Starnes Publishing took home 94 awards across its seven papers — 280 Living, Hoover Sun, The Homewood Star, Vestavia Voice, Iron City Ink, Cahaba Sun and Village Living. more

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Edgewood Manor Public Hearing

Sydney Cromwell

Residents have spoken largely in opposition to the development for several months prior to tonight's unanimous vote. more

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

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Sydney Cromwell

The Homewood Police Department held an unusual retirement ceremony for two of its officers on July 18. The officers were more interested in chew toys than in the words being spoken on their behalf. more

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Photo by Sydney Cromwell

Compared to national averages, Birmingham is lagging behind in growth for population, jobs and overall economic development. more

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Photo submitted by Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic Church.

Thousands of people seeking food and fun to celebrate July 4 attended Birmingham’s oldest Independence Day celebration at Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic Church in Homewood. more

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Downtown Master Plan presentation

Sydney Cromwell

The City Council's committees also discussed flooding issues at several homes and an incentive request for Milo's Tea to relocate its headquarters to the city. more

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Photo by Alyx Chandler

BirminghamWatch has produced this Voter Guide to help Jefferson and Shelby voters. more

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Neal Embry

Lawson State student began walking at midnight for 8 a.m. job. more

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Homewood Star August 2019