Long Island native and two-time Bama grad who is still trying to figure out this southern hospitality thing. Previously, I was the Assistant Sports Editor for UA's The Crimson White and a digital reporter for WVUA 23. I love writing, drinking Dr. Pepper and watching Rangers hockey. Reach out if you have a tip or want to know how to make a good marinara sauce.
Beaches Close, Residents Evacuate After Latest Weather Updates
After announcing a state of emergency earlier this afternoon, Gov. Kay Ivey has announced the closure of all beaches effective immediately at 3 p.m. in a recent tweet.
West Blocton Cruises to 52-30 Victory Over Holt
Matchups and a strong game plan led West Blocton to a 2-0 record in Region 3 play thanks to a 52-30 victory over Holt.
Sen. Shelby Announces $15 Million Grant for Tuscaloosa Riverwalk
The grant will go toward constructing a bicycle and pedestrian path, completing a pedestrian bridge and improving the Black Warrior River barge mooring.
New Food Truck Offers Wings, Burgers & Sandwiches to Tuscaloosa
Paul Crispin, the former owner Three Seasons and Paul's Famous Ribs, and his business partner Willy Davis teamed up to launch the Paul's Delicious Express food truck last month.
Two Tuscaloosa Teenagers Charged with Breaking Into Cars
According to the Tuscaloosa County Sheriff's Office Facebook post, residents reported three teenagers were allegedly trying to break into unlocked cars in the neighborhood.
TCS Superintendent Pitches Dates for Staggered Opening of Schools
The board is expected to vote on Daria's proposal next week. If approved, TCS will move to a staggered, four-day learning week with each student in a classroom twice weekly.
Workers to Replace Arch of I-20/59 Bridge Over McFarland
In a Wednesday press release, ALDOT stated that the arch "does not pose any danger to the traveling public," but does not meet their building specifications.
West AlabamaWorks! to Host Virtual Job Fair This Week
West AlabamaWorks! will host a virtual job fair titled "Black Belt Jobs" this week from Thursday to Sunday (Sept. 3-6).
Alabama Receives Mask Donation for Schools, Colleges
A donation of over 2.4 million face masks is being shipped to Alabama from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Tuscaloosa City Schools To Consider Early Return to Classrooms
The board originally intended to send students back to classrooms in October, but will now consider a plan to reopen later this month.