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Officials from the City of Northport, City of Tuscaloosa, University of Alabama and the Alabama Department of Transportation spoke to a sold out crowd at the Chamber of Commerce of West Alabama's annual Transportation Summit July 26, focusing not only on current projects, but also on future technology.
The Bama Art House Film Series Fall 2018 will open on Aug. 28 and will feature five screenings. A program of The Arts Council of Tuscaloosa, this series will feature categories including biography, drama, romance, and comedy.
The Exchange Club of Tuscaloosa Foundation awarded Community Grants to seven local organizations at the Exchange Club’s August 2nd meeting.
The Foundation has awarded grants annually since 1993. The combined total amount for grants over 25 years is $374,000.
Talk about someone who doesn’t act their age! Miss Bella is a super dog in great shape for her age. And she’s this week’s Humane Society of West Alabama Pet of the Week!
The 12th annual Nick's Kids Foundation Luncheon was held Thursday in The North Zone at Bryant-Denny Stadium where checks totaling just over $500,000 were presented to 150 local and state non-profit organizations. Since Nick and Terry Saban arrived in Tuscaloosa in 2007, approximately $8 million has been given to more than 300 deserving charities and organizations throughout the state and surrounding areas.
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.
Whining can be like nails on a chalkboard. Here’s why whining happens—and how you can help.
The University of Alabama football team's annual Fan Day is set for this Saturday, Aug. 4. The Crimson Tide will hold an open practice in Bryant-Denny Stadium from 2:30-4:30 p.m. Players and coaches will be available for autographs following practice on the field beginning at approximately 4:45 p.m.
City of Tuscaloosa Extends Customer Service Hours: Provides Additional Dumpsters for Back-to-School Period01 Aug 2018
As UA students finish summer school, and other return to campus for the fall, moving in and out results in a ton of garbage in Tuscaloosa. On Monday, July 30, the city of Tuscaloosa began offering longer customer service hours - and additional dumpsters to meet the increased demand.