Alabama Radio Reading Service

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Alabama Radio Reading Service
Alabama Radio Reading Service is listed in the Entertainment category in Birmingham, Alabama. Displayed below are the social networks for Alabama Radio Reading Service which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Alabama Radio Reading Service on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 97.

Contact information for Alabama Radio Reading Service is:
650 11th St S
Birmingham, AL 35233
(205) 934-6576

"Alabama Radio Reading Service" - ZapScore Report

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Alabama Radio Reading Service has an overall ZapScore of 97. This means that Alabama Radio Reading Service has a higher ZapScore than 97% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Birmingham, Alabama is 37 and in the Entertainment category is 32. Learn more about ZapScore

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RT @DanAtWBHM: A first: I had to censor-bleep myself in story on @TeslaMotors boosting charging network in #Alabama: https://t.co/9pfkxlddw…

Heading out on the road this weekend? There could soon be a revolution in what we drive, around the world and right here in Alabama. One energy company is laying the groundwork. Check this fun story -- it's the first time we had to bleep out not a source but the (startled) reporter:
Tesla is known for fast electric cars with price tags that can easily reach six figures. But this summer, the company plans to produce its first mass-market model. To prepare for more Teslas on the road, the company says it’s expanding its network of charging sites in North America by 150 percent, i...

Get the scoop on Birmingham Mayor William Bell's proposed budget for the city with Nick Patterson of Weld: Birmingham's Newspaper. https://news.wbhm.org/feature/2017/birmingham-mayors-office-releases-proposed-budget/
Weld editor Nick Patterson talks about Birmingham Mayor William Bell's proposed city budget.


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A new law protecting Confederate monuments makes it harder to tell the story we should says @JohnArchibald. twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

There are many stories we can tell about ourselves. Alabama Media Group columnist John Archibald says a new law protecting long-standing monuments, including those connected to the Confederacy, make it harder to tell the story we should.
Alabama Media Group columnist John Archibald discusses a new law that prevents removal of long-standing historic monuments, including those connected to the Confederacy.


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Gardendale has been trying to pull out of the Jefferson County School System for several years. They efforts may now face another delay, with both sides in the case asking the federal judge to put the changes on hold until a decision is made on a pending appeal.
The City of Gardendale is expected to take control of the two elementary schools in its city limits on June 1, one of the first steps in pulling away from the Jefferson County School system. But two court filings this week may delay that move.