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SAM CHANDLER

Starnes Publishing assistant sports editor and community reporter Sam Chandler completed a fellowship at The Washington Post after his graduation from Samford. Read more

People

Sam Chandler, a sports writer for Starnes Publishing since October 2015, won first place in the Best Sportswriter competition and the current events on-site competition for the 2017 Southeast Journalism Conference. Read more

News

Director of Student Services Amanda Hood detailed updates to policies about technology usage and supervision of low risk juvenile sex offenders. Read more

Schools

Two new entrance signs will be placed on Mountain Brook Parkway and Cahaba Road. Read more

News

Mountain Brook residents will decide Sept. 24 if they want to pay higher ad valorem property taxes that would assist the school system. Read more

News

The Mountain Brook City Council on June 10 approved an ordinance that will allow Sunday alcohol sales to begin at 10 a.m. instead of noon. Read more

Businesses

A large plaque with bronze lettering now hangs on the wall outside the library. It’s dedicated to King, who spent the final 35 years of her 38-year education career at Crestline. Read more

Crestline Elementary

Mountain Brook residents Michael and Mary O’Neill took attendees at the June 4 Mountain Brook Chamber of Commerce luncheon inside the business of Hollywood. Read more

People

The Mountain Brook Board of Education approved multiple summer facility projects at its May 20 meeting. Read more

News

With the May passage of Senate Bill 177, sponsored by state Sen. Jabo Waggoner, Mountain Brook has gained approval to hold a citywide referendum that will determine if it raises its ad valorem property tax by 10 mills. Read more

Schools

The Mountain Brook City Council on May 28 gave the Alabama Department of Transportation a green light to proceed on a major sidewalk project that will connect Mountain Brook and Homewood. Construction could begin in late fall. Read more

News

On Market Day, businesses in Mountain Brook Village and Lane Parke offer steep discounts that are intended to drive traffic to their stores. Read more

Businesses

The Crestline Village pub, located at 224 Country Club Park, is celebrating its 30th anniversary, according to owner Will Haver. And on Saturday, July 13,  it’s also hosting the 10th annual Otey’s Fest. Read more

Businesses

Mountain Brook High School awards diplomas to 339 seniors Read more

MBHS

From July 19 to 21, customers can shop in Mountain Brook stores without paying the 9% sales tax that they normally would. The tax break encourages summer spending and provides relief for families as they gear up for the coming school year. Read more

People

Mountain Brook High School became the first school in Alabama to launch its own INCubatoredu program last school year. Read more

MBHS

Sunday Alcohol Sales

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The Mountain Brook City Council on Monday approved an ordinance that allows businesses to begin selling alcohol for on-premise consumption at 10 a.m. Read more

News

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Photo by Sam Chandler

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

News

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Photo courtesy of Isaiah Downing, via University of Colorado Colorado Springs Athletics.

MBHS alum Charlie Forbes seizes last chance at athletic dreams. Read more

Sports

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Photo by Sam Chandler

Nicky Barnes will serve as Mountain Brook Schools Board of Education president for the 2019-2020 academic year. Read more

News

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Photo by Sam Chandler

Construction on the project that will connect Mountain Brook and Homewood could begin in the late fall. Read more

News

Mountain Brook High School Graduation

Photo by Sam Chandler

Mountain Brook High School awarded 339 diplomas to its graduating class on Thursday at Samford University's Pete Hanna Center. Read more

Schools

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