Devon Earl

Photo courtesy of Devon Earl

A 25-year-old black Hoover man hopes to have a friendly fellowship with police this weekend. Read more

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Rally for George Floyd Mountain Brook

Photo by Erin Nelson. Starnes Media

The rally, set for 1:30 p.m., is designed to show solidarity and protest the May 25 death of George Floyd in MInneapolis. Read more

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Photo by Jon Anderson

The prayer gathering was organized by pastors at several churches in the greater Hoover area, but two black pastors backed out due to rumors of white supremacist violence in the metro area Thursday. Read more

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

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Voting Polls

Photo by Erin Nelson Starnes Media

There are no geographic districts, but council candidates must choose one of the seven places to specifically seek. Read more

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The pastors want the community to come together to call out to God for compassion for the hurting and for justice and peace. Read more

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Hoover Basketball

Kyle Parmley

Hoover High School selected assistant Scott Ware to be the new head boys basketball coach. Read more

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Photo by Jon Anderson

These 14 protesters were among at least 90 that had gathered along U.S. 31 at Hoover City Hall. The others obeyed warnings and left just before 7 p.m. Read more

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Jeremy Vice 2020

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Jeremy Vice will replace Howard Peyton for the final 16 months of Peyton's term on the park board. Read more

People

Jag Classic Softball

Kyle Parmley

We at Starnes Media felt it important to recognize the local softball players who had standout seasons, and thus put together an All-South Metro team for the first time. Read more

Sports

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Photo by Jon Anderson

Hoover's curfew will be in effect from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m., effective immediately, and prevents travel on city roads with some exceptions, as well as demonstrations, marches and vigils on public property. Read more

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Photo by Jon Anderson

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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Photo courtesy of Doug Brown.

Trips for Kids is a national nonprofit organization with over 80 chapters, whose purpose is to provide inner-city youth access to bicycles and the opportunity to participate in outdoor rides. Read more

People

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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Their book, called “Illusions: Poetry & Art for the Young at Heart,” showcases 22 poems and black-and-white illustrations for “the young at heart.” Read more

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Photo by Erin Nelson.

When the COVID-19 pandemic hit the greater Birmingham area, Brockwell started using her sewing skills for a different project: face masks. Read more

People

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Photo by Erin Nelson.

Meals for Healthcare Heroes offers a boost in morale to Birmingham health care workers on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic and provides financial support to local restaurants seeking to survive in these days. Read more

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Like other students in her class, Homewood High School student Kate Graphos lost some of the best moments of her senior year because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more

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Photo courtesy of Todd Eagle.

Since April 1, he has spent several hours each day doing his part to bring cheer to others during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more

People

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Rendering courtesy of Harbert Retail.

Two new developments will soon be coming to Cahaba Heights: Parkside at Dolly Ridge and Cahaba Heights Corner. Read more

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