🌱 Take-out market at Teenie in Mountain Brook + paving Church Street

Hello everyone. It’s me, Dashiell Allen, your Mountain Brook Daily host – here to let you in on all the biggest things happening in town these days. Including updates on…

  • Teenie’s Take-Home Market among new local businesses.
  • Paving of the crosswalk on Church Street.
  • Village 2 Village race details.

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Here are the top three stories from today in Mountain Brook:

  1. Check out Teenie’s Take-Home Market, a new small woman-owned business in Mountain Brook, offering made-from-scratch dishes including lasagna and “Alabama’s famous breakout cookie.” Teenie’s is on a list of five new businesses coming to Birmingham. (Bham now)
  2. Crosswalk paving work will take place on Church Street until Wednesday, January 11 between 8:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. (Mountain Brook Police Department via Facebook)
  3. Two people were arrested Jan. 6 as more than $150,000 was seized in a Jefferson County drug investigation, 19.5 pounds of cocaine, in addition to other drugs. (SCS 42)

Today in Mountain Brook:

  • Gentle yoga with Marie Blair – O’Neal Library (10am)
  • Boys and Girls Varsity Bowling vs. Pelham Bowlero Riverview 280 (4 p.m.)
  • Girls JV Basketball in Woodlawn –Woodlawn High School (4:30 p.m.)
  • Family evening “Snowy sciences” – O’Neal Library (5:30 p.m.)
  • Boys Varsity Wrestling vs. Dual Match (Opponent TBD) –High school gymnasium (6 p.m.)

From my notebook:

That’s all for today! I’ll see you in your inbox tomorrow with a new update.

Dashiell Allen

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