Ann Williams well remembers the day her brother, Grover Stewart, was shot as he worked in the family’s convenience store on Houston Street. As a city employee, — Read on mynbc15.com/news/local/mpd-officer-founded-men-united-against-violence-movement-pushing-to-take-back-community Continue reading MPD officer founded “Men United Against Violence” movement pushing to take back community | WPMI
https://www.fox10tv.com/2022/09/30/mothers-finest-store-owner-provides-update-two-weeks-after-armed-robbery/?fbclid=IwAR1ZZqfTG-8McRhAzzRhOzy6aulsbCYGLm5bwMLvKFtqFSFByrWJv8cIjt4#l93ihl6mwziebwcblmp We are fundraising for Grover Stewart, known as “Boy Dog,” in the community. Grover is a longtime owner of Mother Finest Convenience Store, located at 450 Houston Street, Mobile, Alabama. On September 15, 2022, he was tragically robbed and shot in the back, which left him paralyzed from the waist down. He is currently recovering at a local hospital, and his recovery is expected … Continue reading Longtime owner of Mother Finest Convenience Store, located at 450 Houston Street, Mobile, Alabama tragically robbed and shot in the back, left paralyzed from the waist down.
By Jessica Rabbit Jessica: When did you decide to become a Fire Fighter?Ann: 1993Jessica: What or who inspired you to join this male dominated field? Ann: My dearest friend Angela Young suggested we go sign up.Jessica: How many years have you been a fire fighter now?Ann: I’ve been working as a firefighter for 27 years. Jessica: Was it hard in the beginning with training?Ann: Yes!!!! … Continue reading Ann Williams Mobile Alabama’s First Black Female Firefighter
Kenneth “Kenny” Seals Jr., 28, Born in Mobile, Alabama, had a passion for writing and being a positive motivation. Continue reading Kenneth “Kenny” Seals Jr. Black Author From Mobile AL Who Didn’t Fall Victim To His Environment
When most people think of Mardi Gras, they of New Orleans. But the birthplace of Carnival is in Mobile, Alabama. — Read on http://www.nbcdfw.com/entertainment/masks-off-exposing-the-real-birthplace-of-mardi-gras/2548207/ Continue reading Mardi Gras Actually Started in Alabama, Long Before New Orleans – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth