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Photos by Lexi Coon.

The luncheon featured a panel of local restauranteurs to discuss the evolution of restaurants in Mountain Brook. more

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Photo by Sarah Finnegan.

About a year ago, Rebecca Hughes and Laura Canterbury noticed there were no options for yoga, Pilates or barre classes in their village, Crestline. more

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Photo courtesy of Ann Wade Photography.

Natural, high-performance cosmetics boutique opens in Mountain Brook Village. more

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Erica Techo

Rep. Gary Palmer spoke at the April 4 Eggs and Issues event, which was co-hosted by several area chambers. more

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Photo by Lexi Coon.

The Mountain Brook Chamber of Commerce will be hosting its quarterly luncheon on April 26 at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens. For this event, they are featuring a panel of local restaurateurs. more

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Photo courtesy of William Koleszar.

As of mid-January, Mountain Brook gained a new resource for its residents: American Family Care. more

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Lexi Coon.

After the one week of fundraising with local restaurants in October, Leah Harrigan and her team presented a check more than $17,000 to the United Methodist Committee on Relief. more

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Lexi Coon.

Officer Ro Burrows was named the City Employee of the Year, Sue DeBrecht was presented the Tynes Award and Neal Berte was given the Jemison Visionary Award. more

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Photo by Sarah Finnegan.

As business blossoms for Grand Bohemian, nearby merchants notice uptick in foot traffic. more

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Every time Dr. Christine Abenoja takes off a patient’s braces, it feels like a victory. She’s not just giving them straight teeth, but confidence that lasts a lifetime. more

Women in Business 2018 - Sponsored Content

Sisters, Debbie White and Julie Archibald decided that when it comes to assisting clients with buying or selling real estate, they’re better together. more

Women in Business 2018 - Sponsored Content

For Judy Hill and Barbara Ashford, co-owners of Henhouse Antiques for 20 years, it’s all about the hunt. more

Women in Business 2018 - Sponsored Content

The kitchen is the heart of the home and the heart of Katrina Porter’s design business. more

Women in Business 2018 - Sponsored Content

Antoinette Flowers’ hands-on approach to real estate is essential to her 25 years of success helping Birmingham buyers and sellers. more

Women in Business 2018 - Sponsored Content

Allison Collier is dedicated to using her passion for travel to help clients have an enjoyable vacation experience. more

Women in Business 2018 - Sponsored Content

It takes more than a sign in the front yard to sell a home for the best price. more

Women in Business 2018 - Sponsored Content

Dr. Deborah Kerr decided to start her own psychotherapy and neuropsychology practice so she could take the time to know each of her clients as a whole person. more

Women in Business 2018 - Sponsored Content

The Cook Store has been furnishing Mountain Brook kitchens for more than 40 years. more

Women in Business 2018 - Sponsored Content

Ask JanieMac Roe with LAH to name her favorite part of working in real estate is and without missing a beat, she’ll tell you it’s her clients. more

Women in Business 2018 - Sponsored Content

When Vickie Gleissner launched her own handmade jewelry line, V Gleissner, last year, it was a way of returning to her roots. more

Women in Business 2018 - Sponsored Content

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