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Coding for girls

Photo by Jordan Hays.

Homewood Public Library hosts Girls Who Code, a club that teaches girls computer coding. Read more

People

Maxwell Ross movie

Photo by Jordan Hays.

Homewood resident Maxwell Ross has been acting since he was a small child. Recently the actor landed a lead role in a new film. Read more

People

Sims Garden Ian Hazeloff

Photo by Jordan Hays.

Sims Garden’s new caretakers Ian Hazelhoff and Gaby Spangenberg have visions for growth that include a food forest. Read more

People

Homewood native Jeremy Burgess will be making his film festival debut at Sidewalk Film Festival with the short film he co-wrote and produced, “Dead Saturday.” Burgess realized that writing was his best skill while he was attending Homewood High. Read more

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Photo courtesy of Margaret Cochran.

The fundraiser will allow performers to show off their talents while also raising money for a good cause. Read more

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Retro Run 5K

Photo courtesy of Choko Aiken of Just4Running.com.

​You’re not likely to see modern sweat-wicking running fabrics at the Trak Shak’s upcoming 5K on Saturday, Aug. 8. Read more

People

The Exceptional Foundation 2

Photo by Jordan Hays

The Exceptional Foundation hosted its second annual Wet n’ Wild Carnival Day with the help of The Emerging Leaders from Regions Bank. Read more

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Double Ribbon Cutting

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Neighborhood Hops & Vine and its 28th Avenue South neighbor, Steel City Apparel, held a double ribbon cutting on July 17 with music and local brews. Read more

Businesses

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Photo by Jordan Hays

Our Lady of Sorrow Catholic Church held its 66th annual Trash and Treasures on July 4. Homewood residents and church members donated their used items to be sold and served hundreds of pounds of barbecue. See photos and a video from the event. Read more

People

Hops and Vine 5

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As they prepare to open their second store, Neighborhood Hops & Vine held a wine tasting at their new location on Friday. Read more

News

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Vulcan Park and Museum held a flag retirement ceremony on Wednesday, June 24 at 5 p.m. to raise awareness of proper flag etiquette. Vulcan Museum also accepted worn flags from the community to be retired properly. Read more

People

Vulcan

Photo by Jordan Hays.

The Vulcan awards honor citizens who represent civic pride, leadership and progress within the seven-county metro area. Read more

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Photo by Jordan Hays.

Homewood Middle School’s Environmental Club held its second annual four-day Seeds to Plate program this week. See photos from their gardening experience and tour of the bee hives at the Sims Garden. Read more

Schools

Brookwood Medical Center fell at number 14 of a list of the top 50 hospitals that price gouge patients the most. Read more

News

Edgewood Pedestrian Fence

Photo by Jordan Hays.

The city of Homewood placed pedestrian barriers in the downtown Edgewood shopping area on Tuesday, June 2. Read more

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    Floyd Hosmer has been a member of the church for 12 years and cooking barbecue for Trash and Treasures for five years.

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    People waiting in line to shop at Trash and Treasures at Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic Church.

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    Dax Diedrich (left) and his child Antoni playing with balls at Trash and Treasures.

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    Evans Ayieko, Birmingham resident, reading The Lion Encyclopedia of the Bible. Books for sale at Trash and Treasures cost as much as $1.

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    Teresa and Jeff Cowart bought paintings for $2-4 a piece.

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    A corner of the sale was dedicated to children's toys and board games.

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