Article and picture courtesy of The Cutoff News: On Sunday, September 9, 2018, Canaan Baptist Church celebrated its 200th year in existence. The celebration started with a greeting for Alabama Baptist from Dr. Rick Lance, followed by a presentation from the Historical Commission from Dr. Lonette Berg. Pastor Morgan Bailey recognized the Bicentennial team. […]
The Bessemer Police Department is hosting events this month aimed at bridging the gap with our city’s youth and remembering the events of Sept. 11, 2001. The Police Department will host a Kids N’ Kops event on Saturday, Sept. 8, 2018 at the Bessemer Recreation Center, 100 14th Street South. The event will start at […]
The results of the Aug. 28, 2018 City of Bessemer Municipal Elections for Mayor, City Council and School Board are listed below. A run-off is scheduled for Oct. 9. MAYOR Kenneth E. Gulley – 3622 votes| 68 % – Winner Cleo King – 855 votes | 16 % Anthony Underwood – 828 votes | 16 […]
Bessemer Water customers impacted again today by a system disruption should begin seeing their water service resume gradually tonight. Repairs to the 36-inch main feeder line located at 10th Avenue North and 18th Street in downtown Bessemer were completed around 3:30 p.m. and crews have begun releasing water from the Bessemer Water Filtration Plant in […]
Normal service expected to resume late this afternoon.
The city of Bessemer’s Mayor’s Office in conjunction with the Bessemer Local Food Education Network and Alabama A&M is sponsoring a Bessemer Food Connection Symposium on Aug. 2 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Bessemer Civic Center, 1130 Ninth Avenue SW. Bessemer Food Connection is a symposium for food consumers, food producers and […]
The following candidates have qualified for the Aug. 28 city of Bessemer Municipal Elections: CITY OF BESSEMER LIST OF CANDIDATES For MUNICIPAL ELECTION To be held on AUGUST 28, 2018 Mayor Kenneth E. Gulley – Incumbent 1927 Granville Avenue Bessemer, Alabama 35020 Cleo King 402 9th Street Bessemer, Alabama 35020 […]
Applications for local non-profits interested in receiving funding from the city of Bessemer are now available. The city of Bessemer allocates a portion of its annual budget to provide support for projects that have a positive impact upon a significant portion of the population. The City Council and Mayor’s office reviews each application. Applications are […]
Qualifying fee is $50.