The colors represent the current zoning, and the areas outlined in red illustrate the possible reassignments. In the map, light blue represents Bluff Park, dark purple represents Deer Valley, brown represents Green Valley, pink represents Greystone, tan represents Gwin, green represents Riverchase, light purple represent Rocky Ridge, aqua represents Shades Mountain, grey represents South Shades Crest and purple represents Trace Crossings.

Courtesy of Hoover City Schools.

Hoover council listens to rezoning concerns

At Monday night's council meeting, several Hoover residents voiced their concerns about rezoning in Hoover City Schools. more »

Aug 19, 2014 News (1 Comments)

Danberry at Inverness received the Mayor’s Award at the 2014 Commercial Awards Luncheon.

Photo by Lance Shores.

Commercial Beautification Award winners honored at luncheon

The Hoover Beautification Board honored the winners of the 2014 Commercial Beautification Awards at an August luncheon at Riverchase Country Club. more »

Aug 13, 2014 News

The colors represent the current zoning, and the areas outlined in red illustrate the possible reassignments. In the map, light blue represents Bluff Park, dark purple represents Deer Valley, brown represents Green Valley, pink represents Greystone, tan represents Gwin, green represents Riverchase, light purple represent Rocky Ridge, aqua represents Shades Mountain, grey represents South Shades Crest and purple represents Trace Crossings.

Courtesy of Hoover City Schools.

Where might your elementary student be rezoned?

In response to the multiple meetings with parents and residents, Hoover City Schools released a breakdown of a proposed realignment plan for the 2015-2016. more »

Aug 13, 2014 News

Superintendent Andy Craig addresses concerns with rezoning within Bluff Park Elementary School.

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Superintendent Andy Craig addresses rezoning in Bluff Park

Craig said he hopes to bring a draft proposal before the board for feedback by the September meeting. more »

Aug 7, 2014 News

Parisa and Paul Dudley and their son, Foster, walk through their neighborhood in Ross Bridge. Sidewalks will be coming to Ross Bridge Parkway along with several other pedestrian projects in Hoover.

Photo by Sam Farmer.

A walk about town

Construction crews for new sidewalks may begin appearing around Hoover as early as November. more »

Jul 29, 2014 News (1 Comments)

Seats could not hold the amount of parents who showed up for public participation at the Hoover Board of Education meeting Aug. 4.

Photo by Jessa Pease.

Hoover residents express concerns with possible rezoning

Parents spoke out against rezoning in areas such as Bluff Park at the Hoover Board of Education meeting on Monday night. Superintendent Andy Craig addressed the concerns of residents, but no proposals have been announced publicly. more »

Aug 5, 2014 News (2 Comments)

This is not an official State of Alabama license plate. For illustrative purposes only.

Image by Keith McCoy

Council adopts grant program, announces start of tag renewal services

During Monday night's meeting, the City Council adopted the Community Development Block Grant 2014 Action Plan. more »

Aug 5, 2014 News

Hoover High quarterback Connor Short has thrown touchdowns during the Bucs' undefeated season.

Photo courtesy of Hoover City Schools.

Bucs-Jags football game moved for TV

The Hoover vs. Spain Park football game, the first meeting between the two schools since 2011, has been moved to Thursday, Oct. 2, to accommodate television, Hoover City Schools announced July 30. more »

Jul 30, 2014 Sports

The Hoover City Schools' Board of Education met in its administrative building to address a budget increase, employee layoffs and Superintendent Andy Craig's evaluation on June 9.

Photo by Jessa Pease.

Hoover City Schools considers potential rezoning

As enrollment in Hoover City Schools continues to grow, the school system is opening up discussion concerning rezoning within the city. more »

Jul 28, 2014 News (1 Comments)

Hoover resident Jon McClure’s latest best-seller, Alabama’s Best Restaurants Cookbook, was re-released this year with a number of updates. The cookbook features recipes from the state’s best restaurants.

Photo by Jeremy Bronaugh.

Local writer celebrates Alabama’s restaurants

McClure’s latest best-seller, Alabama’s Best Restaurants Cookbook, was re-released this year with a number of delicious updates. The cookbook features the best restaurants from all over the state along with each restaurant’s best recipes. more »

Jul 28, 2014 People

One of On Tap’s signature sandwiches, the White Russian.

Photo by Jessa Pease.

On Tap adds new Galleria location

Now Craig Beegle and his wife, Elaine, own four locations of On Tap, a local sports pub featuring a lengthy list of American craft beers. more »

Jul 28, 2014 Restaurants

Spain Park Jaguars

Spain Park returns to the dreaded region that includes Hoover, Mountain Brook, Vestavia Hills and Oak Mountain as the Jaguars move into the new Class 7A, Region 3. more »

Jul 28, 2014 Sports

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