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2018 was a solid year for innovation and technology in the Birmingham region, and the national media took notice. Forbes took a look “inside Birmingham’s bid to become the Southern Silicon Valley” and Barron’s told readers to “add Birmingham to tech’s growing list of hubs.” Ozy.com said Bir

Birmingham-based BioHorizons , a medical device company that creates dental implant products, is growing. The company, headquartered in Hoover, recently announced a $2 million expansion that will create 60 jobs in manufacturing, quality, distribution, and research and product development. The comp

Incysus Therapeutics Inc., a biopharmaceutical company with its scientific operations based in Birmingham, announced it has raised $10 million in Series A financing. The company is focused on developing scientific advancements for the treatment of cancers, specifically leukemia, lymphoma and gliobl

Four new nonstop flights will be offered from Birmingham beginning this April. Via Airlines, a carrier based in Florida that flies 50-seat Embraer ERJ145s, will offer direct flight service from Birmingham to Mobile, Austin, Pittsburgh and Raleigh beginning in the spring. This announcement brings Bi

Hello from Bryant Bank
Bryant Bank cares about you and we thank you for allowing us to serve you with your financial needs in 2018. With the new year upon us, we wanted to use this time to renew our commitment to you and to take a moment to look back at the past twelve months.
As part of the Bryant Bank family, you will always come first. We will put our care into action to help you invest in your full potential…

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The first community-wide involvement meeting for the city of Tuscaloosa’s updated master plan process is set for Tuesday night.
Scheduled for 6 p.m.-