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StoreEase Development sketch

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StoreEase Development wants to build about 90,000 square feet of self-storage space near the entrance to Deer Valley, and the owner of Jubilee Joe's wants to relocate near I-459. Read more

Businesses

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The mayor said his budget proposal is focused on better traffic management, education and public safety. Read more

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For 25 years, the city and club both have been operating under the assumption that the city owned the pool and tennis courts and the club has a lease to use the facility through March 2093. Read more

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alcohol sales

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Previously, sales or dispensing of alcoholic beverages could not occur until 11 a.m. on Sundays in private clubs and noon at places such as restaurants, hotels and meeting and event centers. Read more

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The city of Hoover has obtained a second federal grant to help pay for a $1.1 million half-mile walking trail and parking lot along the Cahaba River next to Riverchase Elementary School. Read more

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Birchtree pool 5

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For several years, the pool at the Birchtree Swim & Racquet Club has needed some major repairs, including a new pool liner and deck, club and city officials say. Read more

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Hoover City Council 7-1-19

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The grocery store is planned to be built at the intersection of South Shades Crest Road and Morgan Road in southwest Hoover. Read more

Businesses

Fiber-optic connection map

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The Hoover City Council has decided to spend $368,000 to extend a fiber-optic data connection to the Hoover Metropolitan Complex, but it took nearly two hours of debate and a split 4-2 vote. Read more

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313 South Burbank Drive

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Residents have complained about having a constant stream of strangers coming and going from homes in their neighborhoods. Read more

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IberiaBank June 2019

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The bank's renovation of a 130,000-square-foot building in International Park is taking longer than anticipated. Read more

Businesses

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Shelby County and Hoover are partnering to add a traffic signal and turn lanes at the intersection at an estimated cost of $600,000. Read more

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Trace Crossings entrance sign 4-5-19

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Council President Gene Smith said a new connector road for Trace Crossings won't happen without the support of that community. Read more

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Hoover back to school 2018 (20)

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Council members said Kelley's experience is critical as the district faces issues related to funding and a federal court desegregation case. Read more

Schools

Jeff State welding building land

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“The Shelby-Hoover campus is the only campus we have that has not been able to offer welding, and it’s time to change that,” Jeff State President Keith Brown said. Read more

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Hoover school board 6-5-18

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Applicants must be Hoover residents and be willing to serve five years. Read more

Schools

Hoover Police Explorers March 2019

Photo courtesy of Melanie Posey/City of Hoover

The Hoover Police Explorers had two top 10 finishes among more than 100 teams at a competition in Gatlinburg. Read more

People

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Police officers now will be paid overtime for any time worked over 40 hours, instead of 43 hours. Read more

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Protesters at Hoover council 2-4-19

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Hoover officials cut off talks with Birmingham Justice League due to false statements, City Administrator Allan Rice said. Read more

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Hoover council 1-7-19

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Hoover school officials are seeking to raise the city's property taxes by 2.4 mills to benefit the school system. Read more

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BioHorizons sign

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BioHorizons Implant Systems plans to invest $2 million in an expansion in 2019. Read more

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    Hoover City Council members Curt Posey, at left, and Gene Smith listen to discussion about Mayor Frank Brocato's 2020 budget proposal during a council work session on Thursday, Aug. 29, 2019.

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    Hoover Councilman Derrick Murphy flips through Mayor Frank Brocato's 2020 budget proposal during a council work session on Thursday, Aug. 29, 2019.

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    Hoover Councilman Derrick Murphy comments about Mayor Frank Brocato's 2020 budget proposal during a council work session on Thursday, Aug. 29, 2019.

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    Hoover Mayor Frank Brocato presents his 2020 budget proposal to the Hoover City Council during a council work session on Thursday, Aug. 29, 2019.

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    Melinda Lopez, the chief financial and information officer for the city of Hoover, Alabama, presents Mayor Frank Brocato's 2020 budget proposal at a Hoover City Council work session on Thursday, Aug. 29, 2019.

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    Mike Gilotti bridge dedication 2

    The Hoover City Council, Mayor Frank Brocato and state legislators celebrate the naming of a bridge on Alabama 150 after Mike Gilotti, an Army veteran who was killed in front of his home in the Lake Cyrus community in January 2016, during a Hoover City Council meeting on Monday, Aug. 19, 2019. The mayor, council and legislators presented plaques of a legislative proclamation signed by Gov. Kay Ivey to Gilotti's widow, Heather Gilotti, and two children, Russell and Kevin.

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