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Photo by Sydney Cromwell.

Over the past few months, Mountain Brook residents have expressed their concerns about recent coyote sightings in the city. Many fear for the safety of their animals, which can be preyed upon easily. Read more


2019 Student Showcase

Layton Dudley

The 4th Student Showcase took place Monday, April 22 from 5-7 p.m. Read more



Photo by Jesse Chambers.

The city of Mountain Brook will host its second annual Citizen Appreciation Day in Crestline on Saturday, May 4, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Read more



Photo by Alyx Chandler.

On the evening of April 22, a portion of Crestline will be filled with community members, families, friends and students for the fourth annual Student Showcase. Read more



Sydney Cromwell

The open house featured holiday shopping, treats and a ribbon cutting for Duke's. Read more


Keeping bebop alive

Photo by Jesse Chambers

At least 300 people turned out to hear live jazz in Crestline Village Oct. 14. Read more


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Submitted by Alison Nesmith

The party is designated for every new student that comes to Crestline entering first through sixth grade. Read more

Crestline Elementary

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Layton Dudley

The Crestline Tent Sale took place Saturday, Aug. 11, 2018 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Participating stores displayed sale items under tents outside their stores, with more discounted items indoors as well. Read more


The new sixth grade students at Crestline have geared up for a jam-packed school year. Read more

Crestline Elementary


Photo courtesy of Harry Long

Crestline’s annual Tent Sale will bring merchants from their storefronts into the streets to offer discounts on clothing, shoes and more as they clear out summer products to prepare for fall. Read more


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Alyx Chandler

Students set up presentations and hands-on demonstrations behind Mountain Brook City Hall. Read more



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. Read more



Photo by Lexi Coon.

On April 23 from 5-7 p.m., students, teachers, families and community members will flock to Crestline behind City Hall for an evening that’s all about the students. Read more



Photo courtesy of Amy Stevens.

A new color run is coming to Crestline this April: the Pink Up the Pace: BCRFA 5K. Read more


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Lexi Coon.

The race saw more than 700 registrants this year. Read more


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Photo courtesy of Amy Anderson.

Since fall, the Crestline robotics team has met twice per week with Crestline teacher Amy Anderson and Mountain Brook Junior High teacher James Salvant to create a robot using VEX IQ. Read more

Crestline Elementary

Crestline Elementary recently hosted more than 100 members of its PTO Grand Circle for a fall luncheon. Read more

Crestline Elementary

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Photo by Taylor Brown, courtesy of Caroline Springfield.

When school began Aug. 15, Crestline Elementary School welcomed 26 new children, representing 20 families, across all grade levels. Read more

Crestline Elementary

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Photo courtesy of Caroline Springfield.

The first day of school is exciting and terrifying all in the same breath. Despite being the largest elementary school in the district, Crestline Elementary is truly a neighborhood school. Read more

Crestline Elementary

  • Mystics of Mountain Brook

    Layton Dudley

    Mystics of Mountain Brook

    The Mystics of Mountain Brook took place Wednesday, October 31 at Crestline Village. Families lined Church Street with kids in costumes, cheering on the parade and scrambling for candy. It was warm weather with clear skies. After the parade, kids left to go trick-or-treating in the surrounding neighborhoods.

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    Layton Dudley

    The Crestline Tent Sale took place Saturday, August 11, 2018 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Participating stores displayed sale items under tents outside their stores, with more discounted items indoors as well. Shoppers strolled through the tents throughout the day.

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