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The Mountain Brook City Council declined to provide Tier 1 pension benefits to Tier 2 employees at its Oct. 28 meeting. Read more

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Jennifer Pate sees opportunity in Mountain Brook. Her new candle bar, Illuminated, opened in mid-June. Read more

Businesses

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Mountain Brook residents Michael and Mary O'Neill spoke about Michael's acting career at Tuesday's Mountain Brook Chamber of Commerce luncheon. Read more

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Three Mountain Brook residents recently earned their Gold Awards, the highest award for Girl Scouts. Read more

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A sidewalk stretching from Euclid Avenue to Montclair Road will be coming as early as next spring. Read more

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The 2019 Moonlight Ball was held on April 27 at The Country Club of Birmingham, where 165 sophomore girls from Mountain Brook were presented. Read more

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Mountain Brook Chamber of Commerce

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Mary Wyatt reflected on her journey from stay-at-home mom to construction company CEO at Tuesday’s Mountain Brook Chamber of Commerce luncheon. Read more

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The U.S. representative from Hoover spoke on a wide range of issues at the Eggs and Issues breakfast. Read more

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Mr. and Mrs. Michael Wayne Hall of Hawkinsville, GA, announce the engagement of their daughter, Jordan Tate, to Wesley Franklin Fall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wyatt Franklin Fall of Mountain Brook. Read more

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Mountain Brook City Council

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The Mountain Brook City Council on Monday voted unanimously to ask state legislators to call for a referendum to raise the ad valorem property tax by 10 mills. Read more

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Lexi Branta Coon

Jenn Gray, Felicia Stewart and Alli Summerford were unable to upset Republican incumbents in the Mountain Brook area. Read 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. Read more

People

Since its inception in 1981, the Mountain Brook Art Association has represented an ever-increasing collection of talented two-dimensional artists. Read more

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In the first girls retreat Roper led, about 50 girls attended. Now, retreats draw about 200 girls. Read more

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The Emmet O’Neal Library will host the annual Night Dark and Grimm event Oct. 26. Read more

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Spartans don football helmets with technology to detect head injuries. Read more

Sports

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Alyx Chandler

Taste of Mountain Brook brought out hundreds of Mountain Brook community members to try some new and long-time loved local favorite food options. Read more

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The restaurant week features restaurants from all over the Birmingham area offering specials and deals for different course options. Read more

Restaurants

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Six businesses in the city of Mountain Brook have been nominated for Alabama Retailer of the Year. Read more

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The newly-formed Mountain Brook Democrats group aims to create a positive impact, starting locally. Read more

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    Mountain Brook Mayor Stewart Welch signed a proclamation making the city a Human TraffickingFree Zone at the Dec. 9 City Council meeting.

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    Mountain Brook Mayor Stewart Welch signed a proclamation making the city a Human TraffickingFree Zone at the Dec. 9 City Council meeting.

  • AHSAA State Cross Country

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    AHSAA State Cross Country

    Mountain Brook’s Parker Balzli pushes through the final stretch of the Class 7A boys race during the AHSAA State Cross Country meet held at Oakville Indian Mounds Park on Saturday, Nov. 09, 2019. Photo by Erin Nelson

  • AHSAA State Cross Country

    Photo by Erin Nelson Starnes Media

    AHSAA State Cross Country

    Hoover’s Owen Marquardt keeps pace with Mountain Brook’s Parker Balzli in the Class 7A boys race during the AHSAA State Cross Country meet held at Oakville Indian Mounds Park on Saturday, Nov. 09, 2019. Photo by Erin Nelson

  • AHSAA State Cross Country

    Photo by Erin Nelson Starnes Media

    AHSAA State Cross Country

    The Mountain Brook girls team hug one another after finishing the Class 7A girls race during the AHSAA State Cross Country meet held at Oakville Indian Mounds Park on Saturday, Nov. 09, 2019. Photo by Erin Nelson

  • AHSAA State Cross Country

    Photo by Erin Nelson Starnes Media

    AHSAA State Cross Country

    The Mountain Brook girls team hug one another after finishing the Class 7A girls race during the AHSAA State Cross Country meet held at Oakville Indian Mounds Park on Saturday, Nov. 09, 2019. Photo by Erin Nelson

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