Danielle Cater: Bullying comes in all shapes and sizes
Whoever said “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me,” was a liar.
Danielle Cater: Baby's tragic death in Homewood is no excuse for judgement
Putting a judgment on people is easier than you might realize. How many people judged that mother who left her child in the car in Homewood last week?
Danielle Cater: Checking attitudes at my newly-purchased door
What would you consider the hardest part of finding a new home?
Danielle Cater: Your actions speak louder than words
It’s not what you say, it’s what you do that matters.
Steve Flowers: Victim-rights advocate going strong 30 years later
Five days before Christmas in 1976, a beautiful, bright Birmingham-Southern coed named Quenette Shehane was going to a convenience store near her home close to the campus in Birmingham.
Our Views: A promise made to Fultondale schools
On Saturday, parents of sixth-grade students found out many of the details of a big change in their lives, and the lives of their children.
Danielle Cater: To gripe in English, please press "1"
You know it’s rough when you find yourself going through your restaurant gift cards to get the balances before going to lunch.
Your Views: Good dads are often left on outside looking in
I just got done reading your Father’s day editorial, and while I agree with every word you wrote, Father’s Day, and even Mother’s Day are difficult days for me for different reasons.
Danielle Carter: Don’t walk away when times get tough
In a world where nothing seems to last, it’s refreshing to hear of people who persevere and press through hard times to reach their goals.
Our Views: How far we've come since Wallace's "stand"
A half-century ago Tuesday, a defiant Gov. George Wallace faced down a federalized Alabama National Guard and the tide of time, as he made his famous — or infamous — stand in the schoolhouse door.
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