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The mayor and city council president seats are at-large, meaning they are open to all Homewood citizens, but candidates can only run for a regular council seat within their ward. Read more

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Solidarity Protest

Photo by Erin Nelson. Starnes Media

The curfew lasts from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. each night and will end 5 a.m. Thursday morning, unless it is extended by the City Council. Read more

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Gov. Kay Ivey has authorized the National Guard to activate up to 1,000 guardsmen across the state as needed. Read more

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The 11th edition of The World Games has been delayed until July 7-17, 2022. The organizers also announced on April 22 that the international multi-sport event will become The World Games 2022 Birmingham. Read more

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During the weekend of May 16-17, many of them worshipped during regular Mass times within new measures designed for safety as the pandemic continues. Read more

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Starting June 1, people with a Jefferson County Library Cooperative card will be able to reserve books online for curbside pickup at the Homewood library. Read more

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To understand some Homewood residents’ feelings of distrust toward their city government, one must go back about four years. Read more

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Photo by Erin Nelson.

Most fitness studios, salons, spas, entertainment venues and more had been closed for months until Gov. Kay Ivey’s May 8 announcement that these businesses could reopen with restrictions May 11. Read more

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The city of Homewood could soon partner with parking professionals at Kimley-Horn to collect data and find solutions to the city’s downtown parking problems. The council sent this item to be considered at the next budget meeting. Read more

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Jones also believes that Alabama could be a hub for healthcare manufacturing to allow for purchasing of PPE in the country, as opposed to foreign vendors. Read more

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Although overall crime in Homewood has seen a slowdown since the pandemic, the Homewood Police Department is reporting a slight increase in vehicle theft. One vehicle was stolen May 7 near Hollywood Boulevard. Read more

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One request was for the purpose of redeveloping an Oxmoor Road house into an office space for Riverbrook Design & Construction. The other was a request that would turn a former commercial lot into a surface parking lot for OLS. Read more

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There are board vacancies for Ward 1 Park Board, Ward 4 Library Board and Ward 5 Board of Education. These applications are due by 4:30 p.m. today, May 1. Read more

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The completion date will depend heavily on the weather, Jefferson County Deputy Manager Cal Markert said. Read more

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Barzegari said the majority of women either work or live in Shelby County, and they are of all different age ranges and types of businesses. It’s not necessary to be a chamber investor to be in the group. Read more

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The HDSA wants to bring more attention to the disease, which affects more than 4,000 people in Alabama. Read more

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