Tuscaloosa Events

Open Discussion On Community Policing With West Alabama Officials
Since moving to Tuscaloosa I've noticed that a lot of people in the community don't feel like they're heard by officials. With the killing of George Floyd jump-starting the conversation of race relations within our community, elected officials and Mayor Walt Maddox will be holding ope…
Secretary Merrill to Testify Before the U.S. House Committee
Elections are a hot topic as we approach the Alabama Primary Runoff Election. Amid concerns of contracting the Coronavirus, many people do not plan to show up to polls to vote. To combat that, Alabama Secretary Of State John H. Merrill recommended people fill out an absentee ballot. Merrill is takin…
COVID - 19 TESTING
Test available to those who meet official State testing guidelines. Test are limited, insurance information will be collected.
SEC Votes For Athletes to Return
Two days after the NCAA announced it was clearing football and men's and women's basketball athletes to return to college campuses on June 1, the SEC announced that voluntary in-person activities may resume on June 8. SEC schools may bring back football and basketball athletes to campus fo…
COVID-19 Causes Construction Hiatus
The Bryant-Denny construction site was quite over the weekend as work was suspended due to some employees testing positive for COVID-19 coronavirus. The project has been allowed to continue throughout the pandemic as Kay Ivey declared construction as essential. Caddell Construction Company did not d…
AHSAA Cancels Summer Competitions
The summer time is usually a crucial time of preparation for football teams everywhere. Weightlifting, conditioning and summer competitions are a staple across high school football across the country. Today the Alabama High School Athletic Association released a memo stating that summer competitions…

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