It's safe to say that quarantine has a lot of people ready to get out of the house and enjoy life. Time with family in the house has grown stale and we need something to do. Why not take a quarantine vacation?
The executive order will in part limit occupancy limits in restaurants and bars around town, coupled with alcohol sale restrictions, to potentially curb the spread of COVID-19 by way of night-owl college students.
In a candid interview with The Steve Shannon Morning Show, Mayor Walt Maddox said we are facing “the most pivotal 2 weeks in Tuscaloosa’s history" as the City of Tuscaloosa prepares for the continued spread of the novel Coronavirus.
It's safe to say that wearing face masks have become the new normal in Alabama and America. I remember back in April when I saw my first facemask out in public. It looked so odd. I thought to myself "Is that really necessary? Do they feel more protected?" Fast-forward a few months and…
The Tuscaloosa City Council declared a state of emergency Tuesday, giving Mayor Walt Maddox more power to act via executive order instead of relying on slow-paced council action to slow the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus.