I was born in Chicago, IL but moved to rural Aliceville, AL before fate landed me in the City of Champions. I can be heard during the midday, sometimes speaking with eloquence and professionalism. But every now and then, I have to "bring it on home," and you'd swear you were talking to a cousin or good friend. I have no problem making fun of myself, giving compliments, or saying what most people are thinking. That's just me!
Site Says Job Pays Up to $600/Day from Home; No Degree Required
Listings on Indeed.com say tutors can work from home and make up to $600 per day!
Kristen Amerson Suicide Prevention Foundation to Host 2nd Annual Bowling Fundraiser
The Kristen Amerson Youth Foundation will host its 2nd Annual Strike Out Suicide Bowling Night at Bowlero Tuscaloosa on Saturday, October 31.
PARA to Offer Active Classrooms to Assist with Virtual Learning
PARA says it is collaborating with schools to provide assistance for working parents of students grades K-8 while schools are in a virtual school year.
One Positive Test Forces Two Schools into Virtual Learning
More than 1,200 students will begin the school year at home after a person connected with two schools tested positive for COVID-19.
Strictly Business West Alabama Martial Arts Academy Destroyed by Fire
The equipment GrandMaster Lawson used to train, plaques and awards he's received, and the place he and his students called home are now gone.
Barnes YMCA Open for Seven New Advisory Council Members
Those who would like to assist in pushing for the advancement of the Benjamin Barnes YMCA are encouraged to apply for one of seven Advisory Council positions.
Fayette Company the ONLY ONE in the Nation Producing Certain PPE
SHOWA's Fayette operation is said to be turning out four million Nitrile, single-use PPE gloves per week to meet a rising demand.
State of Emergency Reinstatement Considered for Tuscaloosa
The concern for the rate of positive COVID-19 diagnoses in Tuscaloosa has led Mayor Walt Maddox to consider bringing back the city’s State of Emergency.
Tuscaloosa Tuesday: Plan Releases for Community Development Programs, Alcohol Licenses, and More
The Tuscaloosa City Council and committees are set to discuss issues including pay for the mayor and council as well as business alcohol license applications.
Homewood Officer Suspended and Demoted for Video on Social Media
In May, Homewood police officer Jon Newland posted a video to his Instagram. That video resulted in Newland being suspended and demoted.