Birmingham Water Works Board votes to buy iPads for its members | al.com: BIRMINGHAM, Alabama -- The Birmingham Water Works Board Thursday authorized spending almost $10,000 to buy up to 10 iPads for its board members and executives to help distribute materials.
The move, billed as a "green initiative" that will save paper and printing costs, will cost more than the current system for producing and hand-delivering booklets to board members. But proponents say it will make it easier to organize and search data.
Friday, August 24, 2012
It was a good story and a worthy quest. Which will continue. Wreck found in Delta not the Clotilda, the last American slave ship | AL.com ...
My old friend and colleague Joe Songer at al.com has put together a list of outdoor adventures in each of Alabama's 67 counties. The...
The Black Warrior Waterdog (or Alabama Mudpuppy) is found only in Alabama and nowhere else in the world. The large, aquatic, nocturnal...