Danielle Cater: First day of school, and the kids are still alive
The first day of school for the 2014 school year has come and gone, and thank God it’s gone.
Danielle Cater: Sometimes, all you can do is smile
Isn’t it funny how things that don’t directly pertain to you seem so minute until they start to affect you?
Danielle Cater: With new homes come blessings and challenges
"Gloom, despair and agony on me..."
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.
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