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Photo by Erin Nelson.

The lab became one of the first five private labs in the United States to test for the virus, testing a little more than 1,000 people in two days time, using a drive-thru system at its site. Read more

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Cinnaholic’s menu will feature its award-winning, handcrafted cinnamon rolls, brownies, edible cookie dough and baked cookies. Everything is made in-house from scratch, and all of the products are egg, dairy, lactose and cholesterol free. Read more

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The full-service, walk-in clinic, called the OS1 Sports Injury Clinic, offers urgent care specifically for sports-related and orthopedic-related injuries ranging from fractures, dislocations, sprains and overuse injuries. Read more

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Rhodes said her mission is not one kind of yoga, but to help people find a practice that feels comfortable for them. Abundance Yoga classes will offer a little bit of everything. Read more

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His clinic uses a model that’s different from most other primary care services. Patients pay a monthly fee, just like a gym membership, and insurance is left out of the picture. Read more

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Not even a once-in-a-century pandemic can slowdown one of Alabama’s largest farmer’s markets. Read more

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Klingler’s Cafe Closing

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The restaurant was hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, owner Eric Witherington said. Read more

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Itty Bitty Bakers is a Hoover-based company that offers baking classes, camps and parties for kids ages 2-13. Read more

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Two new developments will soon be coming to Cahaba Heights: Parkside at Dolly Ridge and Cahaba Heights Corner. Read more

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The 72-year-old Homewood resident made the decision to retire in February after almost four decades in the business. Read more

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After selling cinnamon rolls exclusively online for the past year, Katie Cornutt is taking her Rolls Homewood business to a brick-and-mortar location. Read more

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Its goal is to provide the highest quality MRI scans at the lowest possible cost in a state-of-the-art clinical setting. Read more

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Customers can pick up the equipment in Chelsea a mile off of U.S. 280 and return it there, or BBQ Rents can bring the equipment and come pick it up later. Read more

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Photo by Neal Embry.

The Vestavia Village shopping center has a new owner. Retail Developer Ward Neely said he bought the property March 13 for $3.6 million. Read more

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Kaldi Kollective is an online business that sells handmade clay earrings and hair accessories. Read more

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One of the signs of the coming summer season is the opening of farmer’s markets, and Vestavia Hills has several open for business. Read more

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“A lot of small businesses will not be able to make it,” McRee said. “I’m trying to stay positive, but today it’s really hard to stay positive.” Read more

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Clotheshorse Masks

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Rachel Brockwell has been selling handmade scrunchies at The Clotheshorse since last fall, but when the COVID-19 pandemic hit, she created a pattern for stylish cloth face masks. Read more

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In addition to staging events, the company began working with corporate clients to help them use a connection to sports events as a way to build positive attention for their own brands and products. Read more

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Rebecca Brown, owner of Rebecca Brown’s — A Baby and Children’s Boutique, calls her recent move to a bigger space in downtown Trussville a “God thing.” Read more

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