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Photo by Ron Burkett.

Two businesses won silver awards, while one, Leaf & Petal, took home gold. Read more

Businesses

While he’s in his first year at Vestavia, Cooper said his goal is to not only get acclimated to his new surroundings, but to be effective at his job and grow in his professional development as well. Read more

Schools

Vestavia Hills Elementary Dolly Ridge is off to a great start in its first semester, Principal Ty Arendall said. Read more

Schools

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Photo courtesy of Pauline Parker.

For the past 11 years, the Minority Achievement Council at Vestavia Hills High School has helped minority students learn leadership skills while giving back to their school and community. Read more

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Photos by Erin Nelson.

The three administrators all said they enjoyed their first year in Vestavia Hills and are looking forward to their future in the system. Read more

Schools

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Photo courtesy of Vestavia Hills City Schools.

While it’s not usually ideal for teachers to have to turn away students from classes, arts education teachers at Vestavia Hills High School see it as a sign of growing interest and participation. Read more

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Source: Vestavia Hills City Schools.

All employees of the Vestavia Hills school system should see a little bit more money in the bank this fiscal year, with the state of Alabama mandating and paying for part of a 4% raise for all school employees. Read more

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Photo courtesy of Rachael Hayes.

Vestavia Hills United Methodist Church for has been working for several years with Rise Against Hunger, which packs meals to send to impoverished communities around the world. Read more

News

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Staff photo.

The annual Deck the Heights trolley tour is returning to Cahaba Heights for the third year in a row, following another successful year in 2018. Read more

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Photo courtesy of Melinda Thornbury.

The 10th annual luncheon will be Nov. 10 at a country club in Vestavia Hills. Read more

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Photo courtesy of Timmy Collins.

Several different holiday-themed marketplaces will make their way to the city of Vestavia Hills this winter, just in time for residents to enjoy some holiday shopping. Read more

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After 35 years of existence, the Vestavia Hills Men’s Garden Club is now a nonprofit and is looking to expand and bring in more members and money. Read more

News

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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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Photo by Neal Embry.

Soon, renovations to the common area outside Planet Fitness at the Vestavia Hills City Center will be complete, with seating areas, large TVs and new lighting. Read more

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The patriotic poppy crafts will be made just in time for Veterans Day on Nov. 11. The poppies are made in remembrance of those who have died in military service. 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

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Photo by Erin Nelson.

The city of Vestavia Hills has added three new positions in its Parks and Recreation Department, including a spot for a new top employee. Read more

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Photo by Erin Nelson.

While permits for new residential construction are down compared to previous years in Vestavia Hills, new commercial development is up, City Manager Jeff Downes said. Read more

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Photo by Neal Embry.

A quick glance at social media or at the city of Vestavia Hills’ “Action Center” reveals some issues in recent months with trash pickup on the part of Republic Services, with whom the city contracts to perform the work. Read more

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Staff photo.

Vestavia Hills fire Chief Marvin Green said the department does see more electrical fires in the colder months because people are using heaters, chimneys and fireplaces more. Read more

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