Long Island native and two-time Bama grad who is still trying to figure out this southern hospitality thing. Previously, I was the Assistant Sports Editor for UA's The Crimson White and a digital reporter for WVUA 23. I love writing, drinking Dr. Pepper and watching Rangers hockey. Reach out if you have a tip or want to know how to make a good marinara sauce.
Lake View Mayor Resigns, Pleads Guilty to Ethics Violations
Former Lake View mayor Paul Calhoun resigned on Wednesday as part of a plea deal following his July arrest over ethics violations.
TPD Issues Zero COVID-19 Citations Over Weekend
According to a TPD spokeswoman, no citations had been issued for violating the state's mask ordinance or social distancing measures as of Monday morning.
Council Votes To Name Street After Fallen TPD Investigator
The Tuscaloosa City Council unanimously voted to rename a portion of 35th Street after fallen TPD Investigator Dornell Cousette Tuesday.
Alabama Records Lowest New COVID Cases in a Month
According to the Alabama Department of Public Health, the state tallied 1,123 new cases Sunday, the lowest total since July 7th.
John Petty Announces his Return to the Crimson Tide
The Huntsville, Alabama, native announced that he is returning to the Crimson Tide on Monday.
Protests Continue on University of Alabama Campus
During a weekend of graduations and celebrations, protesters took to the champagne-soaked streets of the University of Alabama campus to express their frustrations toward racism on Sunday afternoon.
Coronavirus Recovery Varies by State: What’s Alabama Doing Wrong?
Alabama added more than 25,000 cases of COVID-19 from July 13 to July 28, forcing the state to extend the "Safer at Home" mask ordinance.
Shanks Steak & Catfish Finally Prepares to Open in Northport
After a wait of over seven months, Shanks Steak & Catfish is preparing to open its doors for business.
Gordo Man Charged With Assault After Boat Collision Injures 2
Two people suffered head and back injuries after an aggravated boating accident on the Black Warrior River Sunday night.
Area Jobs Return Slowly, But Thousands Are Still Without Work
Despite encouraging trend, there are still more than 9,000 people who are unemployed in the county -- triple the number reported in March.