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The Exchange Club and the Exchange Club Foundation of Tuscaloosa recently presented donations of $1000 to two Tuscaloosa area organizations: the YMCA and Kentuck. Money for the donations came from the Exchange Club’s annual Chili Cookoff, held each year in February.
Here’s wishing all our Druid City Living readers a great week, filled with all kinds of outstanding local events. Get out, get involved, and above all else: Have fun.
Enjoy your week, T-Town. And ROLL TIDE!
Planning ahead for disasters is critical. Are you prepared? Here are some things to do help protect you, your family, and your friends.
- Create and maintain an emergency savings account that can be used in case of an emergency.
The City of Tuscaloosa will again host the U.S. Navy’s Blue Angels on April 14 and 15, 2018. Online ticket sales will begin this Sunday, Oct. 1, with reduced pricing options for early purchases. Ticket prices increase Nov. 1.
This will mark the Blue Angels’ fifth performance at the Tuscaloosa Regional Airport since 2009.
Juno is a handsome, young adult male. He is mostly white with black spots and mesmerizing golden eyes. Juno is this week’s Humane Society of West Alabama's pet of the week.
Northport’s Citizen of the Year will be honored on Tuesday, Oct. 3. The dinner, which will be held at Five Points Baptist Church, recognizes those individuals who have contributed to the betterment of Northport.
After 31 years as the executive director of the Tuscaloosa County Industrial Development Authority (TCIDA), Dara Longgrear will retire, effective Nov. 1.
A quick search on the internet can be confusing when it comes to fertilizing in the fall. For those of us who are newbie gardeners, there's a mixed message.
Druid City Living always wants to recognize our great local businesses. To the new businesses - welcome to town! Remember: Shop local.
Last month, I outlined the impact of the digital economy on the City of Tuscaloosa’s general fund revenue. With 68 percent of our proceeds coming from gross sales – sales taxes, use taxes and business licenses – internet sales have all but evaporated the City’s revenue growth.