RSS

Homewood

Homewood resident Greg Wingo combines ambassadorship with adventure running. more

People

The 2019 fiscal year, which begins Oct. 1, is expected to see the completion of a number of major, multiyear projects around Homewood. more

News

FEAT-Birmingham-Darts-League_SNF_7075.jpg

Photo by Sarah Finnegan.

Homewood’s Red Hills Brewing Co. a ‘home bar’ in darts league. more

Businesses

FEAT-Covenant-Presbyterian-Anniversary_SNF_7079.jpg

Photo by Sarah Finnegan.

The church, located at 65 Old Montgomery Highway near Homewood High School, is not only celebrating its 40th anniversary this month but is also beginning its search for a new senior pastor. more

People

BIZ---Blo-Blow-Dry-Bar_SNF_6314.jpg

Photo by Sarah Finnegan.

Blo Homewood provides affordable hairstyling services including blow drying and updos, as well as makeup services. more

Businesses

Hall-Kent Elementary School was full of learning and fun this summer during the RISE program. more

Hall-Kent

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

News

natasha_kern.jpg

Photo courtesy of Homewood Police Department

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

News

Tour an open house this weekend. more

News

STAR-BIZ-Bricktops1.jpg

Photo courtesy of Bricktop’s

The former Mountain Brook Inn site will soon welcome a new restaurant offering seafood, steak, ribs, brunch and more. more

Businesses

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

News

STAR-BIZ-Wild-Things2.jpg

Photo by Erin Dickson

After working in advertising in Atlanta and moving to Birmingham for her husband’s job, Carolyn Harbert decided to bring her love of flowers to Homewood. more

Businesses

STAR COMM OLS July4.JPG

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

News

DSC_0467.jpg

Neal Embry

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

News 1 Comments

STAR SH Anytown Alabama.JPG

Photo contributed by YWCA Central Alabama

Approximately 80 students from more than 33 high schools recently participated in Anytown Alabama. more

People

FourMusketeersBrookwood.jpg

Photo provided by Sally Immel

For the first time ever, Brookwood Village and the Birmingham Children’s Theatre are partnering on a unique pop-up theatre this July. more

News

Screen Shot 2018-05-25 at 3.45.34 PM.png

Alyx Chandler

Ann Rogers, whose 100th birthday was on April 30, said that most people don’t believe she’s a centenarian. more

People

STAR-COVER-Historic-Homes-Peerless1.jpg

Photo by Sydney Cromwell.

Owning a historic home means being prepared for surprises, especially when renovating. more

People

Steeple to Steeple

Layton Dudley

The Steeple to Steeple 5k was held at Trinity United Methodist Church in Homewood on Saturday, April 21. more

People

CSUN-COVER-Recycling_SNF_8188.jpg

Photo by Sarah Finnegan.

Not all plastics are created equal. When it comes to recycling, there are several common plastics and other household products that Homewood residents can’t put in their recycling bins. more

People

  • natasha_kern.jpg

    Photo courtesy of Homewood Police Department

    Natasha Kern

  • Homewood vs Cullman

    Layton Dudley

    Homewood vs Cullman

    Jake Miller receives a throw during a Class 6A quarterfinal playoff game between Cullman and Homewood on Friday, May 4, 2018, at Homewood High School.

  • Homewood Vs. Minor

    Layton Dudley

    Homewood Vs. Minor

    Will Hall attempts a bunt during a Class 6A first round playoff game between Minor and Homewood on Friday, April 20, 2018, at Homewood High School.

  • Homewood Christmas Parade

    Layton Dudley

    Homewood Christmas Parade

    The Homewood Christmas Parade took place Wednesday, December 7 in Downtown Homewood. Families lined 18th St. S and wrapped around down 29th Ave. S. Parade guests included Mayor McBrayer, Homewood High School cheerleaders and the Mayfield Ice Cream cow.

  • Homewood Christmas Parade

    Layton Dudley

    Homewood Christmas Parade

    The Homewood Christmas Parade took place Wednesday, December 7 in Downtown Homewood. Families lined 18th St. S and wrapped around down 29th Ave. S. Parade guests included Mayor McBrayer, Homewood High School cheerleaders and the Mayfield Ice Cream cow.

  • Homewood Christmas Parade

    Layton Dudley

    Homewood Christmas Parade

    The Homewood Christmas Parade took place Wednesday, December 7 in Downtown Homewood. Families lined 18th St. S and wrapped around down 29th Ave. S. Parade guests included Mayor McBrayer, Homewood High School cheerleaders and the Mayfield Ice Cream cow.

Subscribe to our mailing list

* indicates required

Homewood Star