Tailgating defines Saturdays in Tuscaloosa. The quad is the optimal place to be on game day. I went to find people who took tailgating beyond the quad. I caught up with Mel Bradford who tailgates just a few blocks from the UA quad and Bryant-Denny Stadium and Ken Dewitt who took tailgating to the waters...
TUSCALOOSA-- Celebration turned to gunfire at a party in Tuscaloosa late Saturday night. According to Sgt. Dale Phillips with the Tuscaloosa County Metro Homicide unit, two individuals were taken to the hospital with gunshot wounds. A 19-year-old male with a gunshot wound to the shoulder was admitted to the ICU and an 18-year-old female with a gun shot wound to her hand was later released from DCH. Both injuries are considered non-life threatening. ...Read more
Northport Fire Rescue and Domino's Pizza have partnered together for the second time to keep residents in our area safe from residential fires. Select Northport residents who called in pizza, had their orders delivered by Engine 6. Along with their tasty treats, they also received a free smoke detector check. If their alarms work properly, their pizza is free! If not, the firemen install a smoke detector into their home for no charge!
(Tuscaloosa, Ala.) “Seismic Shift” will be hosted by The Arts Council of Tuscaloosa at the Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center during the month of Nov. The exhibit, composed of works by UA faculty member Sky Shineman, will open with a reception on Nov. 7, 2014 from 5 – 8 p.m. during First Friday and will conclude on Nov. 26. ...Read more
Pizza from Northport Fire Department could be free if detector is working
As part of Fire Prevention Month, the Northport Fire Department is teaming with Domino's Pizza to bring
awareness to smoke detector use.
Tonight and Friday night, beginning at 6, randomly selected orders will be delivered by a Northport firefighter by fire truck. ...Read more
School seeks to heighten awareness, offers risk assessments
With concerns about the Ebola virus increasing in the United States, Shelton State Community College President Andrea Mayfield sent out a mass email yesterday morning advising the campus about Ebola awareness and safety.
In the email, Mayfield said students and employees who feel symptoms similar to those caused by Ebola should identify themselves to designated personnel, and a health care provider will do a risk assessment. ...Read more