Ten Stories from 2015

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Miss important stories from BirminghamWatch this year? Want a refresher on subjects likely to make news in 2016? Here are ten BirminghamWatch stories from 2015 to check out or read again.

Alabama Teacher of the Year Ann Marie Corgill with President Obama.

Alabama Teacher of the Year Ann Marie Corgill with President Obama.

Alabama Teacher of the Year Leaves Classroom. Here’s Her Story.

 

 

 

The Thomas Jefferson Hotel (second building from the left). Photo by Walt Stricklin

The Thomas Jefferson Hotel (second building from the left). Photo by Walt Stricklin

“No Guarantee” for Future Tax Breaks to Help Rescue Historic Birmingham Buildings

 

 

 

 

Class of 2014 - 3 Rem Rates_1Fall Behind, Pay the Price: Remediation Rate Story

 

 

Sakeena White faced every Friday check-ins that interfered with work

Sakeena White faced every Friday check-ins that interfered with work

Alabama Cities Act Quickly, End Deals with Company Criticized for Collection Tactics

 

 

 

 

BWmapSound Familiar? Jeffco’s $5Million-plus Financial Software Not Working Right

 

 

NEW LEad PixStudy: Alabama’s Government Integrity Ranks Among Best in a Bad Lot

 

 

Jim Williams near PARCA office on Samford campus.

Jim Williams near PARCA office on Samford campus.

Jim Williams, PARCA and a Scorecard on Improving Alabama Government

 

 

 

Max Michael, creator of UAB problem-solving experiment, Edge of Chaos Credit: UAB

Max Michael, creator of UAB problem-solving experiment, Edge of Chaos Credit: UAB

Assignment Birmingham: Build on City’s Assets to Create Innovation Powerhouse

 

 

 

 

Julie Michaels and her daughter Sydney.

Julie Michaels and her daughter Sydney.

At UAB, Carly’s Law Leads to Trial of Cnnabinoid Drug to Treat People Suffering from Seizures

 

 

 

Principal Angela Watkins meeting with the Student Lighthouse Team. Photo by Walt Stricklin

Principal Angela Watkins meeting with the Student Lighthouse Team. Photo by Walt Stricklin

At Hueytown Elementary School, Love and Data Tackle Alabama’s Education Problems 

 

 

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