“Right now the class is using a euphonium from the 1960s,” Cagle said. “It’s more than 50 years old. So, obviously the goal is to buy a newer one.”
The EDGE Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation in downtown Tuscaloosa officially welcomed its first three, full-time tenants on Thursday.
Lorene Scott spearheaded a number of projects, all to help young people in need.
Educators say parents are oftentimes the key between failure and success.
The Tuscaloosa Magnet School is now a Primary Years program.
Habitat for Humanity held back-to-back ribbon cuttings in Alberta for three families on Thursday.
The school prank is an age-old tradition, but this time, some students may face vandalism charges after their “prank” caused problems at one local high school on Thursday morning.
The city will be featured in the Travel Channel’s Monumental Mysteries series.
Amiaya Aguocha was the big winner of a $1,000 gift card to Nordstrom Rack on Thursday morning.
The claims began in April and were traced to MAPCO convenience stores in the area.
Benjamin Moseley, a 2004 Clay-Chalkville High School graduate, has been serving a 97-month sentence and is expected to be released for good behavior Tuesday.
A vigil for 76-year-old Birl Jackson will be held at Zion Star Missionary Baptist Church in Birmingham at 7 p.m.
Students from the graduating Pre-K class at Saint Luke’s Day School in Mountain Brook hosted their annual lemonade stand on Thursday.
Birmingham Attorney Carol Sue Nelson will soon become the first female attorney in the county’s history.
Jefferson County hopes to have a few more creditor agreements in place by the end of June.
On Friday, representatives from Walgreens and the National Urban League are teaming up for The Way To Well Tour.
More than 140 students received their diplomas from the Birmingham City Schools Dropout Recovery Program.
The College First program is a state program that provides students with mentors and college-level tutors in the fields of math and science.