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Top News: Monday, May 20

Last day for Alabama legislature

Today is the final meeting day for the Alabama legislative session, as lawmakers take a final look at issues affecting schools, guns and corporate campaign donations, among others. — WVTM -TV

http://www.alabamas13.com/story/22295180/alabama-legislature-returns-for-last-day

 

BP asks prime minister to intervene in oil spill financial drain

BP has asked British Prime Minister David Cameron to appeal to the U.S. government to stem the flow of financial penalties related to the deadly 2010 Gulf of Mexico explosion and oil spill, saying that the endless flow of fines and penalties could make BP vulnerable to takeover. — Real Business

http://realbusiness.co.uk/article/19788-will-cameron-help-bp-mitigate-fictitious-compensation-costs

 

Trinity set to move forward in Irondale

After the Alabama Supreme Court chose not to review a lower court ruling in favor of Trinity Medical Center, the hospital is poised to move forward with plans to complete a new hospital in Irondale, a plan that's been held up several years by neighboring hospitals' contentions that the new facility wasn't needed. — Nashville Post

http://nashvillepost.com/news/2013/5/20/chs_wins_big_alabama_court_victory

 


Austal's second JHSV completes sea trials

Austal USA says its second joint high speed vessel, the USNS Choctaw County, has successfully completed sea trials and will be ready for delivery to the U.S. Navy in June. — The West Australian

http://au.news.yahoo.com/thewest/business/a/-/wa/17249593/austal-set-to-deliver-second-jhsv/

 

Lookout Mountain residents speak out against wind farm

Residents along Alabama's end of Lookout Mountain spoke against a wind farm in their neighborhood proposed by Texas-based Pioneer Green Energy, worrying about the damage to their property value. — Gadsden Times

http://www.gadsdentimes.com/article/20130518/NEWS/130519818?tc=cr

 

More business classes planned at community colleges

Community colleges across Alabama are adding classes to give entrepreneurs the tools and business background they need to launch businesses. — Birmingham News

http://blog.al.com/wire/2013/05/two-year_college_system_to_exp.html#incart_river

 


Wintzell's expands north

Wintzell's Oyster House, a 75-year-old Mobile-based eatery, is opening its first store in Pittsburgh, Pa., today. — Wintzell's PR

http://www.wintzellsoysterhouse.com/special-offers/wintzells-comes-to-pittsburgh-pa/
 

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Last day for Alabama legislature

Today is the final meeting day for the Alabama legislative session, as lawmakers take a final look at issues affecting schools, guns and corporate campaign donations, among others. — WVTM -TV

BP asks prime minister to intervene in oil spill financial drain

BP has asked British Prime Minister David Cameron to appeal to the U.S. government to stem the flow of financial penalties related to the deadly 2010 Gulf of Mexico explosion and oil spill, saying that the endless flow of fines and penalties could make BP vulnerable to takeover. — Real Business

Trinity set to move forward in Irondale

After the Alabama Supreme Court chose not to review a lower court ruling in favor of Trinity Medical Center, the hospital is poised to move forward with plans to complete a new hospital in Irondale, a plan that's been held up several years by neighboring hospitals' contentions that the new facility wasn't needed. — Nashville Post

Austal's second JHSV completes sea trials

Austal USA says its second joint high speed vessel, the USNS Choctaw County, has successfully completed sea trials and will be ready for delivery to the U.S. Navy in June. — The West Australian

Lookout Mountain residents speak out against wind farm

Residents along Alabama's end of Lookout Mountain spoke against a wind farm in their neighborhood proposed by Texas-based Pioneer Green Energy, worrying about the damage to their property value. — Gadsden Times

More business classes planned at community colleges

Community colleges across Alabama are adding classes to give entrepreneurs the tools and business background they need to launch businesses. — Birmingham News

Wintzell's expands north

Wintzell's Oyster House, a 75-year-old Mobile-based eatery, is opening its first store in Pittsburgh, Pa., today. — Wintzell's PR

 
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