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Photo courtesy of Hoover Metro Kiwanis.

The Hoover Metro Kiwanis club recently donated $1,000 to Night to Shine, which is part of the Tim Tebow Foundation. Read more


The local chapter of Modern Woodmen of America recently donated $2,500 to match funds raised for a new concession stand, which will further promote community involvement at the local ball parks in Mt. Olive. Read more


Hoover Patriot Day

Layton Dudley

All Hoover Fire Department stations are accepting donations for Puerto Rico Aid Efforts now through Oct. 22. Read more


Cops We Care

Sydney Cromwell

The toys can be used by officers to comfort children they meet on duty. Read more

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In a week’s time, residents of Hoover and surrounding communities came together to nearly fill a 20-foot-long truck with donations for those affected by the floods in Louisiana. Read more


Flood Donation

Matthew Allen

The donation truck will be parked outside the Hoover Public Safety Center at 2020 Valleydale Road until Friday at 7 p.m. Read more


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Erica Techo

Four students in the Riverchase Elementary School Life Labs workshop collected stuffed animals and books to donate to the YWCA. Read more


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Photo courtesy of Jill Spero

The church is participating in the “Weekender Backpack” program, which provides bags of food to students who are food insecure on the weekend. Read more

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Mason Sims

Photo courtesy of Jeanna and Jay Sims.

The event is Thursday night at the Riverchase Moe's Southwest Grill. Read more


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Courtesy of Praying for Molly Remmert Rossell.

Zoe's Kitchen locations throughout Birmingham and Tuscaloosa will be fundraising for the Rossell family on Tuesday, Dec. 22. Read more


No Shave November

Courtesy of Hoover Police Department

The total donation to The Wings of Hope Pediatric Foundation was more than $44,000 from five police departments. Read more


Daniel Morales

Photo by Sydney Cromwell.

Middle school boys don’t usually decide to grow their hair out to donate for cancer victims’ wigs. Daniel Morales knows this, but he decided to do it anyway. Read more


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