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.
Greensboro Avenue To Be Closed for Railroad Maintenance Tuesday
Greensboro Avenue will be closed from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m. Tuesday as Norfolk Southern Railway conducts maintenance on the railroad crossing.
EXCLUSIVE: Former Home of Fuzzy’s Taco Shop Gets New Tenant
The new eatery's owner and operator is Gary McGee, who ran the Levee Bar & Grill in Northport until the COVID-19 pandemic forced its permanent closure earlier this year.
The Locker Room Celebrates 56 Years of Business in Tuscaloosa
Since opening in 1964, the clothing store has become synonymous with the University of Alabama and the Crimson Tide, selling a huge selection of men's apparel making prominent use of UA's iconic script 'A.'
Former Alabama Infielder Skylar Wallace Transfers to Florida
Former Alabama Softball infielder Skylar Wallace will join the Florida Gators for this upcoming season, according to a press release.
UA Dean Sells Handmade Quilted Masks for Scholarship Fund
Dr. Lisa Dorr, the associate dean of the College of Arts & Sciences at The University of Alabama, is selling handmade quilted masks with all proceeds going toward the Rising Tide Scholarship Fund.
Quarantine, Holidays Lead to Bus Driver Shortage at City Schools
The Tuscaloosa City Schools system is encouraging parents to bring their children to school as a large number of bus drivers are absent due to COVID-19 quarantine protocols and the holiday season.
Maddox Discusses COVID-19, Elevate Tuscaloosa in Town Hall
Tuscaloosa Mayor Walt Maddox held his third and final fall town hall meeting Friday. Here is a recap of some of his major talking points.
COVID-19 Cases Among UA Student Body Continue Upward Trend
New COVID-19 cases increased slightly at the University of Alabama and at UAB last week.
Fayette County Man Pleads Guilty in Drug Deal Shooting
A Fayette County man who allegedly shot a woman in the head during a drug transaction back in 2017, pleaded guilty Wednesday.
Fuku Ramen to Offer Noodles, Boba Tea in Midtown Village
A new Japanese restaurant is looking to open its doors at Midtown Village this November.