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!
Stay the Night in This Real Life Tree House Airbnb in Tuscaloosa, Alabama
This tiny cabin is a real-life tree house, and might just be Tuscaloosa's best kept secret!
West Alabama Woman Helps Her Alabama Town Get 94% Vaccinated
Dorothy Oliver, a woman from Panola, Alabama, is largely responsible for raising her town of 400 people's vaccination rate to 94%.
New and Improved McDonald Hughes Center Reopening in Tuscaloosa, Alabama
The Tuscaloosa County Park & Recreation Authority announced a grand reopening event for the McDonald Hughes Community Center. This is to celebrate the recent renovations provided through Elevate Tuscaloosa funds.
Buffalo Rock Pepsi, Target Join Forces to Help Students in Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Buffalo Rock and Target are asking local residents to join their efforts to help Tuscaloosa students in need.
Coal Miners Rescue Stranded Mother in Brookwood, Alabama
A local mother found herself stranded outside of Brookwood, Alabama--until a group of striking miners came to her rescue.
City School System Offers Free Meals to Students in Tuscaloosa, Alabama This July
As part of its Summer Feeding Program, TCS is allowing students to either eat inside participating school facilities, or pick up to-go bags.
Flea Market Raising Funds for 2 Elementary Schools Friday in Tuscaloosa, Alabama
West Alabama Wholesale, a local automotive dealer on Skyland Boulevard, is hosting a community-wide flea market to raise funds for two local elementary schools.
Tuscaloosa On Pace to Break Annual Rainfall Records in 2021
The National Weather Service in Birmingham reports that Tuscaloosa has received 41.74 inches of rain in 2021, up 12.3 inches from the same time last year.
Tuscaloosa Dems Raising Funds, Supplies for Warrior Met Coal Miners
The Tuscaloosa County Democratic Party announced a partnership with the UMWA to collect funds and supplies for striking miners and their families.
Tuscaloosa’s Druid City Arts Festival Returns: What You Need to Know
DCAF 2021 will feature more than 70 local vendors, live performances from 10 music acts, a large selection of food trucks and more.