Cinnamon McCulley

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This winter season, the city of Vestavia Hills will offer multiple events to help get residents in the Christmas spirit, including a Christmas tree lighting and Christmas parade. Read more


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Photo by Erin Nelson.

Kimberly Cook, along with council members from neighboring cities, began asking how recycling can be increased while keeping costs down for municipalities in the Birmingham area. Read more

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Decades after most of the George Ward estate was razed, one of seven statues that stood on the property from which Vestavia Hills draws its name has been recovered and sent to the Vestavia Hills Historical Society. Read more



Photo by Neal Embry.

On Nov. 7, the city of Vestavia Hills will honor the veterans in the city and surrounding area with a program at Vestavia Hills United Methodist Church. Read more

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After hearing from residents about the need to have library services in the Cahaba Heights area, changes are coming. Read more



Courtesy of Cinnamon McCulley, City of Vestavia Hills

The city's efforts to trap coyotes have gotten underway, but residents are still ill-at-ease with the creatures and the process. Read more



Emily Featherston

The Vestavia Hills Police Department and other city officials hope residents can help with dealing with the problem. Read more

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Photo courtesy of Taneisha Tucker.

Cinnamon McCulley has been a longtime fan of the Vestavia Hills Library in the Forest, and now she is a key component in the enhancement of its success. Read more


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