In case it isn't obvious from this gig, I have a deep passion for writing. I'm super outgoing and love to talk to people, which makes this even better. I'm an Alabamian born and raised, and I JUST graduated from UA majoring in Journalism and Creative Media. I've been writing movie scripts since I was five, I've worked two years in print and digital journalism, and most recently I've been writing here. What I love most about this is getting to know T-Town inside and out, and serving as a voice in the community!
Shanks Restaurant Officially Closes After Owner’s Death
Shanks Steak and Catfish, a restaurant that opened off of Highway 43 last year, has announced that it will be unable to reopen after the unexpected death of owner Wayne Burch in early December.
Stillman Partners with Historic Black College Innovation Program
Stillman College has partnered with Propel Center, an Atlanta-based development initiative for Historically Black Colleges and Universities in an effort to bring leadership and career development programs to its students.
Family Dollar to Replace Pier 1 Imports on Skyland Boulevard
Workers have been making renovations at the former Pier 1 Imports home decor store off Skyland Boulevard in recent weeks, making way for a soon-to-open for a new Family Dollar general store.
TCS Cuts Ribbon on New $18.2 Million MLK Jr. Elementary Building
The Tuscaloosa City Schools System cut the ribbon on the new and improved Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary School on the birthday of the institution's namesake Monday morning.
University of Alabama Allowing Remote Learning For First 2 Weeks
The University of Alabama is allowing the option for students and faculty to switch to online learning for the first two weeks of the Spring 2021 semester. This comes just one day after hundreds of Bama fans flooded The Strip on campus to celebrate the Crimson Tide's monumental 18th CFP Nationa…
Crimson Tide Touches Down in Tuscaloosa After Championship Win
The Alabama Crimson Tide returned triumphantly to Tuscaloosa Tuesday morning.
Hundreds Crowd Bars on The Strip Before National Championship
Hundreds of fans crowded the sidewalks of the Tuscaloosa Strip Monday morning eagerly awaiting entry to various bars to watch the national championship game.
Tuscaloosa City Schools Opens Applications for Specialty Schools
The Tuscaloosa City Schools system has officially opened online applications for Fall 2021 admission to its five specialty schools.
Closure of City Buildings and Venues Extended through January
The City of Tuscaloosa has extended restrictions to government buildings and city-wide events in response to continually rising cases of COVID-19. Those closures were set to expire on January 4th, 2021, but now will extend to January 31st.
City of Tuscaloosa Offers Free Christmas Tree Recycling
The City of Tuscaloosa will offer free Christmas tree recycling and a staffed holiday garbage drop-off event for two weeks after Christmas.