PHOTOS: Unity Rules Tuscaloosa’s Peaceful Racial Justice Rally
Hundreds donned masks and braved high heat Sunday afternoon to join the Tuscaloosa Peaceful Racial Justice Rally outside the Federal Courthouse downtown.
Goodbye, Ruby Tuesday: Tuscaloosa Restaurant Closes Permanently
As establishments are allowed to reopen across the state, only the Cottondale Ruby Tuesday will return and the diner across the river will remain shuttered.
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Ivey Amends Order; Entertainment Venues, Athletic Activities & More to Re-Open
Governor Ivey announced the extension and amendment of her safer-at-home order Thursday afternoon, which will allow most businesses in the state to re-open and most activities to resume.
Will Tuscaloosa’s JCPenney Survive the Company’s Bankruptcy?
Since J.C. Penney Company, Inc. announced it was filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy last week, questions and rumors about the future of local stores have swirled nationwide.
University of Alabama Names New Executive Vice President & Provost
In a press release, a University spokesperson said James T. Dalton, an academic, inventor and researcher, will fill the role left vacant by the departure of former provost Kevin Whitaker.
City Council’s COVID Concerns Leave New Business in Limbo
An entrepreneur feels left in limbo as the city council's steps to prevent the spread of COVID-19 have kept him from obtaining a liquor license.
Tuscaloosa Police Seize 40 Guns in “Safe Streets” Operations
The weapons depicted in photos released by the department include handguns of various calibers and several semi-automatic carbines.
Wilhagan’s Grille & Tap Room Closes After Nearly 20 Years in Business
Wilhagan's Grille & Tap Room will not re-open its doors after two months of state-mandated closure, former owner Bill Lloyd confirmed Wednesday.
Northport Fire Chief Sues Mayor, Councilman Over Conspiracy to Fire Him
Northport Fire Chief Bart Marshall has filed a lawsuit alleging a large-scale conspiracy to demote or fire him.