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"We’re trying to get people back to God, then back to life, then back to work,” Tony Cooper told the Hoover Area Chamber of Commerce. Read more

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Gene Smith 11-18-19

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Smith, a retired Hoover firefighter with multiple business interests, has been on the Hoover City Council for 15 years. Read more

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The play, inspired by Truman Capote’s experiences growing up in Alabama during the Depression, follows the adventures of a young boy during the holiday season. Read more

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The Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail is holding the 13th installment of the BYOB (Bring Your Old Buddy) Scramble golf tournament Dec. 8. Read more

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The Church on the Bluff is holding its 12th annual Lights on the Bluff community Christmas event Saturday, Dec. 14, but this year’s event will be slightly different. Read more

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This year’s Bluff Park Christmas is scheduled for Dec. 7 at 10 a.m. Now in its fourth year, the parade will follow the same route as it did last year, starting and ending at the park next to the Shades Cliff Pool. Read more

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Shoppers at the Riverchase Galleria will be treated to live Christmas concerts on two weekends in December. Read more

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The Hoover Public Library has received positive feedback about the six new remote book drops that have been placed in the outer parts of the city, Director Amanda Borden said. Read more

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Photos courtesy of Hoover Fire Department.

The truck, which is about the size of an 18-wheeler and resembles a long soft drink delivery truck, also includes $153,000 worth of new equipment to deal with hazardous materials. Read more

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The amount of city funding for the Hoover City Schools Foundation still remains uncertain. Read more

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Photo by Jon Anderson.

If you put up a live Christmas tree this year and are wondering what to do with it when Christmas is over, you have several options. Read more

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So the question was: What was happening with those items people were trying to recycle? The answer: They were going to the landfill instead. Read more

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Retired Army Maj. Ed Pulido, senior vice president of the Folds of Honor Foundation, delivered a message about challenges, triumph and change. Read more

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City hall renovations should begin in early 2020, City Administrator Allan Rice said. Read more

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Between 700 and 800 walkers showed up at Railroad Park in Birmingham Saturday morning. Read more

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Smith Farm

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Two buyers purchased the property at auction. One plans to preserve scenic views; another reportedly eyeing development of new subdivision. Read more

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