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When a parent, caregiver, or other loved one becomes ill with COVID-19, the whole family struggles. But there are ways to comfort and reassure children, to offer clear, honest explanations, and to stay connected to the loved one who is sick.
A new monument that honors veterans of all wars has been installed at the Tuscaloosa Memorial Veterans Park (1701 McFarland Blvd.).
Members of the Tuscaloosa City Council on Tuesday voted unanimously to enact a citywide ordinance that requires residents to wear face coverings in any public place. The ordinance, which goes into effect on Monday, July 6, will be in effect for 30 days.
This week's Humane Society of West Alabama Pet of the Week is Tot.
The Tuscaloosa Public Library’s main branch is now open, after being closed amid the COVID-19 global pandemic. There are certain restrictions in place, and safety measures are being emphasized.
The past several weeks have been a tumultuous time across the country, as Americans took to the streets in support of the Black Lives Matter movement, holding signs and marching to decry racial injustice. Thousands of Tuscaloosans made their voices heard at peaceful marches and rallies to protest racial injustice throughout town – including this one held outside the federal courthouse in downtown Tuscaloosa on June 4.
In the wake of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s July Fourth celebrations in Tuscaloosa won’t be the same as in years past. That said, residents will still be able to enjoy watching fireworks on Independence Day.
Sometimes, grieving children’s reactions can be especially severe. You’ll naturally want to watch kids closely to get as clear a picture as possible of how they’re doing.
Each year, the Community Foundation of West Alabama recognizes area citizens for their life’s contribution to the West Alabama area with its Pillars classes. The 2020 class of Pillars honorees were set to be recognized at a special dinner over the summer. Now, the CFWA has announced that in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the dinner has been rescheduled for Oct. 1.