Auto Tech & Tires Offers Free Oil Change to DCH Employees
Any employee of the DCH System can present their hospital ID and get a free oil change this month.
Governor Ivey Issues Statewide Stay-At-Home Order
"Today I am confirmed that our previous efforts to limit social interactions and reduce the chances of spreading this virus have not been enough."
Small Business Relief Fund Distributes Another $40,000 to Local Entrepreneurs
A third round of awards is scheduled for next week as area leaders work quickly to help business owners devastated by the COVID-19 coronavirus and resultant shutdowns stay afloat.
Tuscaloosa To Re-Open Some Parks This Weekend
Citizens will be allowed to use walking trails and green spaces at Sokol, Bowers, Snow Hinton and Palmore parks this weekend.
See Tuscaloosa Like Never Before in this Heartbreaking Message of Hope
Check out the full video, but you may need some tissues.
It’s Census Day — Tuscaloosa is Counting on You!
The city of Tuscaloosa is relying on its residents to promptly and accurately participate and be counted at their earliest opportunity.
Chamber of Commerce Distributes $60,000 to 18 Local Businesses
The Small Business Release Fund was set up this month to assist restaurants, bars and other small businesses in the Tuscaloosa area struggling to stay afloat during the coronavirus pandemic.
PARA Closes Tuscaloosa Parks, Ol’ Colony, Northport & County Facilities Open
The Tuscaloosa County Park and Recreation Authority is closing all its parks in the city of Tuscaloosa, the Ol' Colony Golf Course and more until April 17th.
Who Is Exempt From Tuscaloosa’s 24-Hour Curfew?
The curfew is essentially a full retail shutdown, and restricts movement in the city limits to essential personnel and persons conducting essential activities.
Facing Limited Options, Maddox Announces 24-hour Curfew
On Sunday, March 29th, a 24-hour curfew will go into place. It is currently scheduled to end on April 10th.