Tuscaloosa County

This is being handed to all same sex couples who want a marriage license in #Tuscaloosa County. pic.twitter.com/3XTRBOumxQ — Jason Morton (@JB_Morton) February 9, 2015   Alabama became the 37th state to allow same-sex marriage today; however, couples across the state--and even in Tuscaloosa--are finding it difficult to obtain a marriage license following an order from Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moo
County High Moves to 7A
The Alabama High School Athletic Association announced today that a new 32-school classification has been created, according to AL.com.  The new 7A classification affects schools that have enrollments between 1,000 and 2,000 students...