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Since 1867, Historically Black Colleges and Universities, or “HBCUs,” have played a vital role in Alabama’s higher education system.

UAB Health Care Management alumni Lauriel Simpson and Shanetrice Fortner welcomed 12 HCM students to Arlington Rehabilitation & Health Center in Birmingham. The students saw first-hand what it takes to make a health care facility run and they witnessed the different processes the place implements.
Simpson and Fortner – both HCM Class of 2018

When: Thursday, November 1, 6:00pm Reception, 7:00pm Show
Where: Kirkland Performance Center, 350 Kirkland Ave, Kirkland, WA 98033
Cost: $35 General Admission, $125 VIP
Kirkland Investor Sharks provides local startup businesses with an opportunity to pitch to a panel of some of the renowned Venture Capitalists and Angel Investors in the Pacific Northwest Region, including leaders in the investment community such as Greg Gottesman, Co-Founder of…

Student ministry is challenging work. I don’t know about you, but I am often asked by people who learn that I serve with students: “Why would you ever want to do that?” Teenagers can be difficult. They come with lots of drama, attitude and other challenges. Yet as those serving students, we are called not …

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It is that time of year to select this year's winners for the A. Duane Lund Chamber Member of the Year, Anne J. Owen Community Service Award, Charles O. Morgan Business Excellence Award, William C. Woods Above & Beyond Award and the Merrily Dicks Community Arts & Culture Award to be presented at the Annual Awards Luncheon scheduled for Thursday, December 13th at the Woodmark Hotel.
I invite you to go to the Chamber website for the nomination forms and criteria…

For children ages 8 weeks to 6th grade
Parents, this is your time to have a date night or just sit at home in peace and quiet! The event is free, but you need to register your children by noon on Thursday, August 3.
For more information, contact Nancie McQueen at 241.5166 or nmcqueen@montgomeryfbc.org .

Daniel Edmonds said he hopes that the good things happening at Chisholm Baptist Church, Montgomery, can “paint a picture of what other churches can do in the future.” Churches that are facing decline “can still be churches that have an impact toward the future,” said Edmonds, Chisholm’s pastor and director of the office of Sunday School …

After 27 years serving as the Director of our Public Art program, Cath Brunner is moving on this fall to pursue independent consulting. As Cath passes the baton to Kelly Pajek—previously a Public Art project manager here at 4Culture—the two sat down for an interview that covered decades of projects and included lots of laughs and a few tears! Many of the projects and artists Cath mentions are featured in the video above, created by Collection Curator Jordan Howland. The edited transcript of…

Celebrity landscaper, TV host and author Carson Arthur offers his tips for killer curb appeal.

John Thweatt says that as he looks across the landscape of the Alabama Baptist State Convention, the thing that keeps coming to mind is God’s faithfulness. He sees it in the way God has provided financially for missions, both here and beyond. And he’s seen it in the way God has brought people to himself …

October is National Principals Month and A+ Education Partnership is recognizing a representative sample of our many great principals across Alabama. Watch for profiles all this month.
Jeremy Madden
Fayette County High School
Fayette County Schools
Dr. Jeremy Madden is an 18-year educator wh

Have you ever noticed that the Bible is called "the Word of God" (capital "W," singular) instead of the words of God (lower case "w", plural)?

Blockstream’s COO Samson Mow explains how “Liquid is designed to facilitate fast and reliable high value transfers” of bitcoin (and other cryptocurrencies -- eventually.)

This is "Day 3 - Homecoming 2018" by Trinity School on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

Images from the Calhoun County Fair Thursday night at the Calhoun County Agri Center in Anniston.

All of the frights of the fall — like the terrifying calorie count of the handfuls of treats you’re scarfing down at the office and …

In the aftermath of Hurricane Michael, there will be many development projects delayed by the destruction of the storm and subsequent recovery....

The weekly publication of First Baptist Church Montgomery.

This is "Day 2 - Homecoming 2018" by Trinity School on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

To prepare for Hurricane Michael, The Home Depot activates disaster response command center in Atlanta.

The Jesus Way is a weekly devotional written by Jay Wolf, pastor of First Baptist Church Montgomery.

In late September, the Eleventh Circuit reversed a grant of summary judgment for Kia Motors Manufacturing of Georgia, Inc. on race and national origin...

On October 3, 2018, the FCC issued a Public Notice to seek comment on what constitutes an “automatic telephone dialing system” (ATDS) under the...

The Port of Seattle is seeing unprecedented growth and making major investments throughout its airport, cargo, fishing and cruise infrastructure. At the same time, your port is committed to creating a more livable and equitable city for all. We are privileged to have them share insights about how the port is creating opportunities for our city and the region in trade, transportation, tourism, as well as…

Located in the heart of downtown, First Baptist Dallas was built on the Bible and continues its mission to transform the world with God’s Word…one life at a time.

Congress approved two bills last month that prohibit provisions keeping pharmacists from telling patients when they can save money by paying the cash price instead of the price negotiated by their …

Gregory, 66, is a dedicated family man who lives in Saint Paul and has multiple sclerosis, osteoarthritis, and congestive heart failure. He endures periods of excruciating pain and often has difficulty getting around without the use of a cane. Unfortunately, the many medications Gregory was prescribed to treat his medical conditions caused a significant decline... Read More