Community activists, leaders, school administrators, church leaders, etc. If you're doing something worthwhile, you CANNOT rely on social media entirely! Many people don't check their Facebook accounts regularly and aren't even on Twitter, Instagram, or LinkedIn.
With so much trash cleaned from the streets of Tuscaloosa earlier this summer, it was apparent that another community clean up day would be necessary! The next one is this Saturday, July 15th. The Pretty Brown Girl Club #88 would love for you to be a part. Here's how you can help!
Saturday, May 27th, WTUG participated in the Tuscaloosa Community Clean Up Day. There were crews of Tuscaloosa citizens in numerous areas across the city, and so much trash was collected that another clean up day has been planned.
It's been a little over a week since I've come back to radio, and I've received the warmest of welcomes. However, I've been holding back a little secret. Well, not really a secret. There's just something I haven't told you.
Today, the Tuscaloosa City Schools notified parents of a popular fictitious Netfix series in which a teen leaves behind messages, detailing why she killed herself. It is recommended that parents check with their children to see if they are viewing this show, as it may not be appropriate for the…
Do you care enough about the condition of your neighborhood to keep it up to par? Are you doing enough to maintain your property value as well as that of your neighbors? Whether you are or not, one neighborhood is: Woodland Hills.