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Hoover Sun The Hoover Sun is the neighborly news source for the city of Hoover outside Birmingham, Alabama. The Hoover Sun is Hoover's community newspaper.

Distributed monthly by mail and reaching more than 20,000 homes in Hoover, we provide residents of one of Alabama's largest cities with news about their community, schools, sports, churches, civic organizations, businesses, people and much, much more.

Operating as usual

01/25/2023

A typical winter weeknight at The Finley Center in the Hoover Metropolitan Complex. Lots of youth basketball and volleyball action.

The Finley Committee, of group of community members who promote character in Hoover City Schools, today recognized teach...
01/24/2023
Finley Committee gives out 2023 Teachers in the Trenches awards

The Finley Committee, of group of community members who promote character in Hoover City Schools, today recognized teachers from Deer Valley Elementary, Simmons Middle School and Hoover High School as the 2023 Teachers in the Trenches.
Read about the winners:

The 2023 Teachers in the Trenches awards go to teachers from Deer Valley Elementary, Simmons Middle and Hoover High.

Tonight at Spain Park High School:
01/21/2023

Tonight at Spain Park High School:

Hoover City Schools: Join us for the 2023 Hoover City Schools Show Choir Showcase on Saturday, January 21, at 6:00 pm at Spain Park High School!

Support HCS performing arts students with Hoover High's Paradigm, Spain Park's Rhapsody in Blue, Berry Middle's Bravura, Bumpus Middle's Cadence, and Simmons Middle's Synergy! Spain Park High School Hoover High School - Alabama Berry MiddleSchool R. F. Bumpus Middle School Simmons Middle School

The Hoover Fire Department is getting two new trucks decked out with Hoover and Spain Park high school colors and mascot...
01/19/2023

The Hoover Fire Department is getting two new trucks decked out with Hoover and Spain Park high school colors and mascot names. The "Hoover Buccaneers" truck will be based at Fire Station No. 11 in Trace Crossings, while the "Spain Park Jags" truck will be based at Station No. 7 in Inverness. Photos from Hoover Fire Department.

The city of Hoover had a stellar year in 2022 with strong economic growth and is poised to continue adding new amenities...
01/18/2023
Hoover in 'strongest financial position' ever, mayor says in 2023 state-of-the-city address

The city of Hoover had a stellar year in 2022 with strong economic growth and is poised to continue adding new amenities to bolster the quality of life in the city, Mayor Frank Brocato shared in his annual state-of-the-city address Wednesday. Read more of what he had to say:

The city had strong economic growth in 2022 and is poised to continue adding new amenities to bolster the quality of life, the mayor said.

Hoover High School baseball coach Adam Moseley will miss the 2023 spring season, as the AHSAA Central Board upheld the o...
01/18/2023
Hoover High baseball coach Adam Moseley to miss spring season

Hoover High School baseball coach Adam Moseley will miss the 2023 spring season, as the AHSAA Central Board upheld the original ruling Wednesday following an appeal.

Hoover High School and head coach Adam Moseley lost an appeal to the AHSAA on Wednesday morning, meaning Moseley will not be able to coach this spring.

The Finley Committee is now taking nominations for the 2023 Finley Awards for outstanding character, given each year to ...
01/18/2023
Nominations sought for 2023 Finley Awards for character

The Finley Committee is now taking nominations for the 2023 Finley Awards for outstanding character, given each year to a Hoover City Schools employee and one senior at each of the city’s two public high schools. Read more, plus the link to make nominations:

The Finley Committee each year honors one employee from Hoover City Schools, one senior from Spain Park High School and one senior from Hoover High School.

The Hoover City Council on Tuesday night rezoned the Hare Farm in Bluff Park from an R-1 residential zone to a planned r...
01/18/2023
Hoover council rezones Hare Farm in Bluff Park to allow for event venue

The Hoover City Council on Tuesday night rezoned the Hare Farm in Bluff Park from an R-1 residential zone to a planned residential district to be used primarily as an event venue. See details:

David and Teresa Hare want to use the nearly 9-acre property for events such as the Bluff Park Christmas Fair, a seasonal pumpkin patch, marketplace events, weddings, corporate parties and birthday parties.

Three music groups from Hoover City Schools were chosen to perform this week at the Alabama Music Educators Association ...
01/17/2023
Three music groups from Hoover schools to perform this week at BJCC

Three music groups from Hoover City Schools were chosen to perform this week at the Alabama Music Educators Association professional development conference in Birmingham. See more details:

The three groups are among about 40 music groups from around the state selected to perform at the winter 2023 Alabama Music Educators Association professional development conference.

All offices for the city of Hoover will be closed on Monday, Jan. 16, 2023, in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day....
01/16/2023
Hoover, county, state offices closed for 2023 MLK Jr. Day

All offices for the city of Hoover will be closed on Monday, Jan. 16, 2023, in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. However, the Hoover Recreation Center is scheduled to be open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday, and the grounds at Aldridge Gardens will be open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. See more:

The Hoover Recreation Center will be open 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Aldridge Gardens will be open 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Garbage trucks will run as usual.

The Hoover City Council on Tuesday plans to vote on whether to authorize an investment banking firm to prepare documents...
01/13/2023
Hoover City Council eyes $60 million to $90 million bond issue

The Hoover City Council on Tuesday plans to vote on whether to authorize an investment banking firm to prepare documents so the city can borrow an estimated $60 million to $90 million for a new interstate interchange, performing arts center and other capital projects. See more details:

Potential projects to be funded by the bond issue include a new I-459 interchange, a new performing arts center and renovations to the Hoover Met.

The Hoover Board of Education on Monday night honored a team of six seniors from Spain Park High School who recently won...
01/12/2023
Spain Park mock trial team wins state competition, headed to nationals

The Hoover Board of Education on Monday night honored a team of six seniors from Spain Park High School who recently won the Youth Judicial State Mock Trial Tournament in Montgomery. Read more:

The team of six Spain Park seniors competed against 47 other teams from across the state.

Tickets for the 2023 Southern Voices Festival go on sale Thursday morning. See details:
01/11/2023
Tickets go on sale Jan. 12 for 2023 Southern Voices Festival

Tickets for the 2023 Southern Voices Festival go on sale Thursday morning. See details:

Elin Hilderbrand is the keynote speaker, and other authors speaking include Alka Joshi, Will Leitch, Robin Peguero, Sarah Penner, Ben Raines, Vanessa Riley and Ashley Winstead.

Lots of new restaurants opening in Hoover: I Heart Mac and Cheese, Falafel Cafe, La Paz, Crazy Crepes, Capella Pizzeria ...
01/11/2023
Hoover Business Happenings - January 2023

Lots of new restaurants opening in Hoover: I Heart Mac and Cheese, Falafel Cafe, La Paz, Crazy Crepes, Capella Pizzeria and more. Plus additional business happenings in Hoover:

Read about new businesses that have opened in the city and others that have relocated or plan to open soon.

Dr. Joshua Meyer recently opened a new office near the intersection of U.S. 280 and Hugh Daniel Drive to help people dea...
01/10/2023
New Greystone medical practice helps patients deal with chronic pain

Dr. Joshua Meyer recently opened a new office near the intersection of U.S. 280 and Hugh Daniel Drive to help people deal with chronic pain issues. Read more:

At his practice, Dr. Joshua Meyer — who did his medical studies at Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine and at Emory University in Atlanta — provides interventional pain medicine by treating the source, not just medicating it.

Check out this concert photography exhibit that opened today at Aldridge Gardens. Hoover resident Art Meripol shot hundr...
01/10/2023
Hoover resident Art Meripol concert photography on exhibit at Aldridge Gardens

Check out this concert photography exhibit that opened today at Aldridge Gardens. Hoover resident Art Meripol shot hundreds of rock, blues, jazz and country concerts in the 1970s and 1980s as a photographer for various newspapers in Arkansas and Texas and as a freelancer. He photographed music artists such as B.B. King, Tom Petty, Willie Nelson, Bruce Springsteen, Johnny Cash, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Merle Haggard, KISS, Ray Charles, Tina Turner, Jon Bon Jovi, AC/DC and Fats Domino. Read more:

Art Meripol, a resident of Hoover's Green Valley community, shot hundreds of rock, blues, jazz and country concerts in the 1970s and 1980s.

A lot of international students who get help from the Blazer Kitchen at UAB weren't getting the protein they need becaus...
01/06/2023
Birmingham Islamic Society donates halal chicken for UAB students, faculty

A lot of international students who get help from the Blazer Kitchen at UAB weren't getting the protein they need because the food pantry didn't have the halal meat their Muslim faith requires. The Birmingham Islamic Society stepped in to fill the need:

With the Birmingham Islamic Society's help, since July, about 150 of the 750 or so UAB students who use Blazer Kitchen receive halal chicken each month.

The Hoover City Council recently appointed three people to fill vacancies on the city’s Parks and Recreation Board, Libr...
01/05/2023
3 chosen to fill vacancies on park, library, arts boards

The Hoover City Council recently appointed three people to fill vacancies on the city’s Parks and Recreation Board, Library Board and Arts Council. Find out more about them:

The Hoover City Council recently appointed three people to fill vacancies on the city’s Parks and Recreation Board, Library Board and Arts Council.

Check out the online version of the January Hoover Sun paper here:
01/04/2023
Hoover Sun January 2023

Check out the online version of the January Hoover Sun paper here:

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What do you do if your pet is suffering and near death and it's hard for them to move or you want them to pass away at h...
01/04/2023
Compassionate Crossings: New Hoover-based business provides in-home euthanasia for pets

What do you do if your pet is suffering and near death and it's hard for them to move or you want them to pass away at home peacefully? Dr. Lindsay Floyd of Hoover started a new business called Compassionate Crossings to offer people an option. Read more:

Dr. Lindsay Floyd started Compassionate Crossings in October as a side business to help meet a need for both pet owners and vet clinics, she said.

The Hoover City Council tonight approved an agreement with the state outlining how a new Interstate 459 interchange will...
01/04/2023
Hoover council OKs $120 million plan for constructing new I-459 interchange

The Hoover City Council tonight approved an agreement with the state outlining how a new Interstate 459 interchange will be built just south/west of the South Shades Crest road overpass, to be called Exit 9. The estimated cost is $120 million, with the city picking up roughly half the cost. See details:

The Federal Highway Administration has given substantial approval for the project, Assistant City Engineer Blake MIller said.

There's a woman on the Hoover City Council for the first time in 10 years. Khristi Driver recently shared about her prio...
01/03/2023
New council member Driver discusses priorities

There's a woman on the Hoover City Council for the first time in 10 years. Khristi Driver recently shared about her priorities as a new council member:

Hoover’s newly appointed City Council member, Khristi Driver, said some of her most important priorities are community redevelopment, making the city more attractive to young people and making a city performing arts center a reality.

For the past four years, women in Bluff Park have had their own whiffle ball league, but this winter they’re taking on a...
01/03/2023
Kicking off: Bluff Park women form kickball league

For the past four years, women in Bluff Park have had their own whiffle ball league, but this winter they’re taking on another sport — kickball. See details about the new league:

One hundred and twenty women signed up for the Bluff Park Women’s Kickball League, which is scheduled to play games on Sunday afternoons from Jan. 8 to March 12.

Check out the January "Mayor's Minute" by Hoover Mayor Frank Brocato:
01/03/2023
Hoover Mayor’s Minute By Frank V. Brocato - January 2023

Check out the January "Mayor's Minute" by Hoover Mayor Frank Brocato:

Happy New Year! We’ve been blessed to see the start of another year, and I hope you and your families have great success in every area of your lives in the coming months!

The Hoover-AHEAD (Ambassadors for Hoover Equity and Diversity) group is holding a “reflection contest” for Hoover reside...
12/29/2022
Hoover-AHEAD group holds youth contest reflecting on Black authors

The Hoover-AHEAD (Ambassadors for Hoover Equity and Diversity) group is holding a “reflection contest” for Hoover residents ages 8-17 in celebration of the upcoming Black History Month in February. See details:

Young people ages 8-17 are to create something that is a reflection of their favorite book by a Black author.

For kids who want to catch a glimpse of Santa Claus on Christmas Eve, the Hoover Fire Department plans to give the jolly...
12/23/2022
Hoover Fire Department to es**rt Santa again on Christmas Eve 2022

For kids who want to catch a glimpse of Santa Claus on Christmas Eve, the Hoover Fire Department plans to give the jolly old elf a ride all around town on the night of his big deliveries. See details and a link to the 2022 Santa Run schedule:

Firefighters will be es**rting Saint Nick throughout city streets in their shiny, red fire engines between roughly 3 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. as they help him scout out the neighborhoods.

Lucy Helland, a sixth-grade student at Bumpus Middle School, this fall for the second year in a row won the Miss Yellowh...
12/23/2022
Hoover girl crowned Miss Yellowhammer State Pr***en 2nd time

Lucy Helland, a sixth-grade student at Bumpus Middle School, this fall for the second year in a row won the Miss Yellowhammer State Pr***en pageant. She moves on to a national pageant this summer but recently has been busy raising money to buy pillows and blankets for foster children. See more:

Lucy Helland, a sixth grade student at Bumpus Middle School, will compete in the USA National Pr***en pageant in Hollywood, Florida, in July.

Two teams from Hoover this year won their second straight championships in a row in the Jefferson Shelby Youth Football ...
12/23/2022
Two Hoover youth football teams repeat as league champions in 2022

Two teams from Hoover this year won their second straight championships in a row in the Jefferson Shelby Youth Football League. See details:

The fourth grade Hoover Bucs defeated the Vestavia Rebels to claim a second consecutive title, and the third grade Hoover Bucs beat the Spain Park Jags for a repeat championship.

Seventy-four percent of Americans participating in a survey conducted for American Family Care said they plan to require...
12/21/2022
Survey: 74% of Americans plan to require masks at holiday gatherings

Seventy-four percent of Americans participating in a survey conducted for American Family Care said they plan to require masks at holiday gatherings. Read more about the survey and other interesting statistics from it:

The survey was conducted of 435 people across the country for American Family Care.

The Hoover school board already has approved a calendar for the 2023-24 school year with no significant changes from thi...
12/20/2022
Hoover school board has approved the 2023-24 school calendar

The Hoover school board already has approved a calendar for the 2023-24 school year with no significant changes from this year’s calendar. See key dates here:

The 2023-24 Hoover City Schools calendar is not very different than the 2022-23 calendar.

The Hoover City Council tonight agreed to borrow $2.56 million to pay for two new fire trucks the council agreed to buy ...
12/20/2022
Hoover council OKs borrowing $2.56 million for two fire trucks

The Hoover City Council tonight agreed to borrow $2.56 million to pay for two new fire trucks the council agreed to buy earlier this month. See details on that and other actions taken:

Council members considered paying cash for the trucks, but Chief Financial Officer Tina Bolt advised a loan would work better in the short term.

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Bucs win our 3rd straight on the road and stay unbeaten in Region play by beating Oak Mountain 40-0 Friday
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Prince of Peace Catholic School’s second and third grade classes were thrilled to have children’s author Barbara Barcellona Smith of Enterprise, AL visit and read aloud her new book Let’s Eat Snails! The book, according to Barbara, “is a culinary adventure and a metaphor for life. It’s about trying things in life you are scared to try and then try and find you love!” In the story, a young Barbara brings a school friend home for dinner and snails are on the menu. It’s a fun and engaging story about understanding the culinary traditions of other cultures and the importance of being open-minded. Our students loved hearing the story with its descriptive language and colorful illustrations in the school library.
POP students were excited to share their heritages, experiences with foods from other countries, as well as their knowledge of foreign language phrases with Mrs. Smith in a lively Q&A session. The students also enjoyed a mini-course on how to write a book. The author’s childhood provided her with a lifetime supply of stories as she grew up in a family that prepared ethnic foods and kept their cultural traditions. She encouraged the students to embrace the differences in their friends and families because that is what makes everyone unique.
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It has been a busy week for our clients! Broad Metro broke ground this past Friday for Village Green, which will be a family-oriented arts and entertainment lifestyle venue, located in the City of Hoover's first official entertainment district at Stadium Trace Village! 💚

We're digging (😉) this groundbreaking news and look forward to the many opportunities to come for this new space next fall.

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One of our own featured in The Faces of Hoover! We have the best !
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Applications close tomorrow (August 31) for Jefferson State's 2023 lineworker classes at Jefferson State's Center for Workforce Education! In just 10 weeks, participants gain the training and skills required for this high-demand field.



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The Judy Merritt 5K and EGGstravaganza will be held rain or shine! All prizes will be available for winning!

We have a severe weather plan, but check Jefferson State's webpage and social media accounts for any updates. The race and egg hunt is on unless you see otherwise. We are looking forward to a great event (even if we get wet)!

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Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society Finishes Second Internationally

Jefferson State’s Beta Lambda Delta Chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Honor Society traveled to Denver, Colorado on April 7-9 to participate in the annual PTK International Convention.

The Shelby-Hoover Campus chapter earned numerous awards, including “First Finalist to the Most Distinguished Chapter Internationally” out of more than 1,300 chapters worldwide.

“Phi Theta Kappa is the official honor society of two-year schools and it is the largest honor society in the world with more than 1,300 chapters,” said Jefferson State’s Shelby-Hoover Campus PTK Advisor Dr. Liesl Harris. “It is an honor to receive any awards during the convention, but for our chapter to achieve this level of success, it is quite an accomplishment.”

Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society is the oldest and most prestigious honor society for students seeking associate degrees and credentials from community colleges and other open-access institutions, with 1,300 chapters on college campuses in all 50 of the United States, U.S. territorial possessions and 11 sovereign nations. More than 3.5 million students have been inducted since its founding in 1918, with approximately 130,000 students inducted annually.

The Chapter earned the following awards:
- First Finalist to the Most Distinguished Chapter in Phi Theta Kappa (ranked #2 out of over 1,300 chapters!)
- Distinguished College Project
- Distinguished Honors in Action Theme Award
- Distinguished Honors in Actin Project
- Beta Alpha Continued Excellence Award (must be named a Distinguished Chapter for three years in a row–11 chapters received this Award)
- Continued Excellence Award for Advisors–Liesl Harris
- Distinguished Advisor Team–Libby Holmes and Liesl Harris

For more information on Jefferson State’s Phi Theta Kappa chapters, please contact these chapter advisors:
– Jefferson and St. Clair-Pell City Campuses – Matt Boehm, [email protected]
– Shelby-Hoover and Clanton Campuses – Liesl Harris, [email protected]

For more information on Phi Theta Kappa International, please visit www.ptk.org.

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Did someone say, “prizes?” Pictured are just a few of the prizes to be found in the 10,000+ eggs of the Judy Merritt 5K & EGGstravaganza this Saturday (April 16)! Don’t miss it! For more information, go to www.jeffersonstate.edu/5K.




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Don't miss the enormous and free egg hunt for ALL AGES! Join the EGGstravaganza fun with lots of activities and the 10,000+ egg hunt for ALL ages, (0-3, 4-6, 7-9, 10-14, 15-29, 30-64, 65+ — and even a furry friends section for your canine companions), with cash and prizes galore! Learn more at www.jeffersonstate.edu/5k.

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Meeting Number 4 was a great success! 🔥 Thanks to all who supported! Special thanks to Johnny Brooklere, Hoover Fire Department (Pratter & Thornton) , Michael Welborn and Paul DeMarco

We will see you at the next meeting!

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Galleria Woods Senior Living, 3850 Galleria Woods Drive, managed by Life Care Services, recently announced that its management company ranked highest in customer satisfaction with independent senior living communities for the third consecutive year in the J.D. Power 2021 Senior Living Satisfaction Study. Life Care Services achieved the highest score in all six factors of satisfaction: resident activities, community staff, price paid for services received, resident apartment/living unit, community building and grounds, and dining. Galleria Woods serves more than 175 residents and has 150 team members. 205-277-6915

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