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Photo by Lexi Coon.

Around 30 officers participate in No-Shave November each year and donate the money they would normally spend on razors and other grooming products. more

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Photo by Lexi Coon.

The imminent arrival of cold weather means homeowners should take precautions to stay comfortable, reduce fire hazards and avoid unnecessary expenses, including broken pipes or excessive heating bills. more

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Maintaining election security in Mountain Brook and other communities is the sole responsibility of Jefferson County officials. more

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Vulcan Park Foundation will honor 13 area residents who have shown civic leadership at the fifth annual The Vulcans Community Awards, including two from Mountain Brook. more

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Keeping bebop alive

Photo by Jesse Chambers

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

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Participating merchants will decorate their windows with garden-inspired themes and leave them on display through the weekend. more

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Photo by Jesse Chambers

Mountain Brook City Council seeks to work with Homewood, Birmingham and Jefferson County on the project. more

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Photo courtesy of William Blackstock Architects

The Trinity campus may be turned into an upscale mixed-use community called Trinity Heights by Berman Enterprises of Maryland. more

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Photo courtesy of Birmingham Zoo.

Craft beer lovers will find a haven at the fourth annual Zoo, Brews and Full Moon Bar-B-Que fundraiser at the Birmingham Zoo on Saturday, June 16, from 5:30-8:30 p.m. more

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Photo courtesy of Emmet O’Neal Library.

Emmet O’Neal Library will host its usual summer reading program this year, but it’s also launching a new Satellite Summer Reading initiative. more

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Enjoying the sun

Photo by Jesse Chambers

Attendees sampled music and food and learned more about city services. more

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The run starts

Photo by Jesse Chambers

The 5K and one-mile Dolly Dash raised money for breast cancer research. more

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A big crowd

Photo by Jesse Chambers

The food festival and When Pigs Fly cook-off were held together for the first time on Sunday. more

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The starting line

Photo by Jesse Chambers

The rain stopped Saturday as kids and parents enjoyed the annual event. more

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Renderings courtesy of the Birmingham Zoo.

The new entrance, which is going to be built in the same area where the original entrance was located, is budgeted to cost about $8 million of the $18.6 million raised through the Renew the Zoo initiative. more

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Photo by Sarah Finnegan.

Three that have been in discussion since 2017 are the sidewalk system, the Jemison Trail bridge and the Canterbury Road closure. more

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Photo by Drew Young.

President of Evson Inc. John Evans said construction was previously delayed due to Rite Aid’s leasing contract, but they have since reached an agreement to “cease operations” no later than June 30, 2018. more

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From the North Pole

Photo by Jesse Chambers.

Many Church Street merchants, along with Santa, took part in the annual event Dec. 7. more

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Making the case

Photo by Jesse Chambers.

Hilton appeared at Canterbury United Methodist Church Nov. 30 to explain how brain chemistry affects drug and alcohol use. more

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Photo courtesy of Mountain Brook Baptist Church.

Mountain Brook Baptist Church has staged its Living Nativity — a live presentation of Christ’s birth with local actors and live animals — each year since the early 1960s, and organizers think they understand the event’s enduring popularity. more

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