In case it isn't obvious from this gig, I have a deep passion for writing. I'm super outgoing and love to talk to people, which makes this even better. I'm an Alabamian born and raised, and I JUST graduated from UA majoring in Journalism and Creative Media. I've been writing movie scripts since I was five, I've worked two years in print and digital journalism, and most recently I've been writing here. What I love most about this is getting to know T-Town inside and out, and serving as a voice in the community!
UA Panhellenic Trick-or-Treat on Sorority Row Canceled
The annual Trick-or-Treat drive on UA's Sorority Row has been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
ABC Hosts Contest for Coveted Spirits, Including Pappy Van Winkle
The Alabama Beverage Control Board is hosting a state-wide sweepstakes throughout the month of October in which winners will be granted a place in line to purchase highly desired liquors including Pappy Van Winkle.
Northport PD Introduces Traffic Course for Teens
The Northport Police Department is launching a program called "Teens and Traffic Stops" in an effort to teach new drivers on what to expect in various driving scenarios.
2020 Moundville Native American Festival Goes Online
The 32nd annual Moundville Native American Festival is going digital this year.
UA Law Professor Proposes Self-Ban On Buying Guns to Prevent Suicides
UA Law Professor Frederick Vars' newly published article suggests doctors and mental health professionals could institute a voluntary do-not-sell list for firearms.
TFR Fired Up for Annual Prevention Week
Tuscaloosa Fire and Rescue is set to host its annual Fire Prevention Week next week, and it's packed with all sorts of activities and demonstrations themed around "Fire Safety in the Kitchen."
National Voter Registration Day: Verify Status, Apply for Absentee Here
Here's an all-you-need-to-know breakdown on the ways you can register to vote and how to apply for an absentee ballot in Tuscaloosa County.
City of Tuscaloosa Allows Restaurants to Expand Outdoor Seating
The City of Tuscaloosa has created a special permit that will allow restaurants in the city to temporarily expand their outdoor seating options.
UA’s Bryant Museum Reopens Just in Time for Football Season
Starting Thursday, the Paul W. Bryant Museum will reopen to visitors for limited weekend hours.
PARA Breaks Ground on All-Inclusive Playground
The Tuscaloosa Parks and Recreation Authority broke ground on construction for an inclusive playground at Sokol Park.