The City of Tuscaloosa will host the 11th Annual Tuscaloosa Mayor’s Cup on Saturday, April 29. The Mayor’s Cup is a 5K and 10K race in support of the Tuscaloosa Pre-K Initiative.
The race starts and ends at Government Plaza behind City Hall. The route will go through downtown and cross through the Walk of Champions on the University of Alabama campus.
The City of Tuscaloosa will host the 11th Annual Tuscaloosa Mayor’s Cup on Saturday April 29. The Mayor’s Cup is a 5K and 10K race in support of the Tuscaloosa Pre-K Initiative.
The race will start and end at Government Plaza behind City Hall. The route will go through downtown and cross through the Walk of Champions on the University of Alabama campus.
The honor of serving as mayor is earned by your trust, and ultimately your ballot. Across political, racial and socioeconomic lines, the people of Tuscaloosa affirmed with emphasis that we must never stop believing in our great City. The results were humbling to say the least.
More and more extended relatives are helping to care for relatives’ children. What if they need help? That’s where the Family Guidance Center’s “Kids and Kin” program comes into play. It is a free program designed to provide support and assistance for grandparents, aunts, uncles, and older siblings who provide childcare for their relatives’ kids.
Area residents turned out at the polls on Tuesday, March 7, to decide several key government races and seats on the Tuscaloosa City School Board.
Unofficial results are in (results won’t be official until canvassing on March 14), and these are the winners in each race – or those headed into a runoff on April 18.
Area residents who want to learn more about exactly how their tax dollars are being spent now have access to that information, thanks to a new effort by Tuscaloosa city officials.
The city of Tuscaloosa has launched an online financial transparency portal, an effort officials say will allow the city to strengthen its accountability, allowing taxpayers to see where funds are budgeted and how funds are spent.
For the fourth year in a row, City of Tuscaloosa Mayor Walt Maddox and Auburn Mayor Bill Ham Jr. will continue their tradition of a $100 Iron Bowl wager to benefit local charities.
This summer, West Tuscaloosa and our entire community accepted a challenge not of our choosing. Stillman College, a difference maker in our community for more than 140 years, faced a $1 million shortfall due to slow cash flow. If this shortfall was not addressed, it was likely that Stillman College was going to close its doors.
After the April 27, 2011, tornado, our goal was to build back stronger, safer and smarter. The Gateway Innovation and Discovery Center exceeds these three facets. In fact, I was impressed at every step of this building and development process, and was blown away with the final product.
Tuscaloosa residents who want to discuss plans and concerns with Mayor Walt Maddox will have several opportunities to do just that over the coming weeks and months. Maddox will hold five public meetings outside of City Hall this fall, continuing the Mayor’s Morning Out and Mayor’s Night Out series.