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Friday, September 23, 2016

Gadsden Water & Sewer files suit against textile manufacturers over pollution issues

Facing pollution from chemicals in the Gadsden water supply, the Water Works and Sewer Board has filed a lawsuit against local textile and carpet makers and their chemical suppliers. Montgomery law firm Beasley Allen is representing the Gadsden board in the suit filed in Etowah County Circuit Court. — Press Release

4 Million and Counting for Honda

Honda Manufacturing of Alabama in Lincoln celebrated completion of its 4 millionth vehicle Thursday. The plant makes Odyssey minivans, Pilot SUVs, Ridgeline pickups and Acuva SUVs and V6 engines. — Honda

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Big Data, Big Hospital Venture

Big Data, Big Hospital Venture

Proven health care entrepreneur G.T. LaBorde is busy selling his next big venture. Private equity investors are betting millions that hospitals buy into his new Big Data tool.

Alabama’s Biggest Construction Project

Alabama’s Biggest Construction Project

Going forward there’s broad business support for increased funding for Alabama highways. But in the rear view, the road is littered with neglect stretching back 23 years.

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Stunning Stunts of a Motorcycle Museum

Stunning Stunts of a Motorcycle Museum

Highpoints of the expanded Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum include a monumental staircase, three-story atrium and pedestrian bridges over the racetrack.

Renewable Energy Waste Conversion

Renewable Energy Waste Conversion

Albertville is the first city in the state to convert solid waste into Class A biosolids using renewable biogas. Krebs Engineering designed the national award-winning project.

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More Magic in Birmingham

More Magic in Birmingham

The most recent downtown Birmingham magic conjured an eyesore rail bed, The Cut, into a pedestrian park that attracts downtown workers, as well as runners and bikers.

Nature in Decatur, Neighbor to Arts

Nature in Decatur, Neighbor to Arts

The Cook Museum of Natural Science will soon join Decatur’s growing complement of cultural assets, including the Alabama Center for the Arts.

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