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Birmingham city councilor named as defendant in sex tape lawsuit

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) — A Birmingham city council member has been named in a lawsuit involving a sex tape.

We obtained a copy of the lawsuit against councilor William Parker. 167 more words

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Green light given for Children’s Services Trust outsourcing proposals

Moves to outsource children’s social care services in Birmingham progressed after the Council Cabinet yesterday gave the green light for detailed proposals to be drawn up for either a wholly owned company or an employee owned mutual to run the care services. 518 more words

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Act now to keep your Children’s Centre open!

The redesign of Birmingham’s Early Years services is likely to take the best part of 5-6 years from conception to execution. Birmingham’s Early Years Services currently provide support to around 100,000 parents and 80,000 children at any one time. 1,755 more words

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Birmingham City Council President Johnathan Austin discusses budget tours

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) — The first of four planned Birmingham City Council budget tours across the city begins Monday.

It will be held at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church from 6 p.m. 22 more words

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Kingston fire station block party on Friday

KINGSTON, Ala. (WIAT) — A block party is kicking off to celebrate the new Kingston fire station.

The Birmingham City Council recently approved money to build a new station.  47 more words

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Work Continuing to Repair One of Britain’s Iconic Road Structures

Highways England recently lifted full weekend closures of Spaghetti Junction sooner than anticipated, which opened up an opportunity to reduce the overall duration of the ongoing work to replace waterproofing and repair damaged concrete on the road. 240 more words

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Prayer vigil planned for Kingston fire station

BIRMINGHAM, Ala (WIAT) — Sunday evening, the Kingston community will come together to pray for their fight for a new fire station.

The prayer vigil will start at 7 p.m. 61 more words

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