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!
Northport Said to Be Cracking Down on Past Due Water Bills Amid COVID-19 Pandemic
A number of residents have taken to social media to express their discontent with the City of Northport suspending water services for some of its customers.
A Youth Entrepreneur Pop Up Shop is Coming to Northport
Sunday, July 5, 205 Youth Outreach and Team BBE will host a Youth Entrepreneur Pop Up Shop at the Northport Community Center for entrepreneurs under age 19.
Officer to Share Info on Understanding Your Rights
An event with Officer Tarell Norfleet has been planned to educate citizens on the proper way to handle a traffic stop and to inform citizens of their rights.
Alabama Ready to Cut Unemployment Benefits
Some in Alabama who received unemployment benefits as a result of COVID-19 have refused to return to work. The state is working to cut their benefits.
Coronavirus Moves Through Prisons; Four Alabama Inmates have Died
Prison overcrowding has been a longstanding issue and one which is being looked into as a possible contributor toward high coronavirus infection rates.
Historical Monuments Could Find New Homes in Museums
Mobile is attempting to avoid a $25,000 state fine by keeping a Confederate statue on display... in a museum!
6 Reasons to Dine at Reggae Flava
With a greatly desired downtown Tuscaloosa location, significant serving sizes, and affordably priced food, this place is definitely a winner for all.
Jermaine “FunnyMaine” Johnson Arrested for Inciting a Riot
A warrant was issued for Johnson’s arrest on June 1. He turned himself in on June 9. His bond was paid, and he was released without being placed in a cell.
Tuscaloosa Educators and Healthcare Workers Express Racist Tendencies
If such individuals see nothing wrong with the contents of their hearts, they should hold fast to their convictions and deal with the consequences.
Gov. Ivey Authorizes Activation of the Alabama National Guard Amid Violent Protests
Governor Kay Ivey is said to have authorized Adjutant General Sheryl Gordon to activate the Alabama National Guard should protests turn violent.