The City of Tuscaloosa, along with the Alabama Power Service Organization and the Alabama Forestry Commission, are teaming up to give away thousands of tree seedlings next week.
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If you’ve never had the chance to participate or watch teams of people attempt to pull a 44,000-pound fire truck, now’s your chance. On Saturday, March 24, teams of 10 people will compete to see who can pull a Tuscaloosa Fire Truck a length of 50 feet. Trophies will be awarded in four categories: fastest pull, slowest pull, most enthusiastic and the team that raises the most money for The Arc.
Each year, the Exchange Club of Tuscaloosa honors all law enforcement agencies by recognizing one officer from each organization as Officer of the Year for his or her efforts. Nominations are submitted by each department or agency for this award, and the honorees were presented with an engraved plaque in front of their families and guests at the club meeting on Feb. 1.
City of Tuscaloosa Initiates Innovative Business Plan Competitions Benefitting Tornado Recovery Areas08 Mar 2018
The City of Tuscaloosa launches Innovate Tuscaloosa, a business plan competition to encourage economic growth in tornado recovery areas.
The Tuscaloosa Symphony Orchestra is once again partnering with the Tuscaloosa Community Dancers for the annual Family Discovery Concert – set for Monday, March 5.
The Tuscaloosa Track Club and Hospice of West Alabama are hosting the 9th annual 5K Grand Prix event. The event will include live music and local vendors. Runners may choose to participate in memory of a loved one.
When: Saturday, March 3rd starting at 8am
Where: Hospice of West Alabama, 3851 Loop Road, Tuscaloosa
For more info, go to: www.hospiceofwestal.com
The University of Alabama’s equestrian team will host a two-day, 15-team competition Saturday, March 3 and Sunday, March 4 at River Oaks Farm in Tuscaloosa.
Hillcrest High School Army JROTC swept the 4th Annual Tuscaloosa Marines Memorial 5K Run held on February 18, by winning seven medals.
“Service to Man” is a drama that chronicles the bond between a pair of medical students – one white, one black – at Meharry Medical College, a small school in Tennessee, during the turbulence and violence of the civil rights movement in 1968. It was also shot entirely in the Tuscaloosa area.
Five Horizons Health Services celebrated with a ribbon cutting February 5, as the organization made its transition official. The former West Alabama AIDS Outreach has added staff and services.