Greetings Tide Fans! My name is J.R. Moore and I’m excited to be a writer and producer for The Home of Alabama Sports, Tide 100.9. Hailing from Middletown, Maryland, I first arrived to Title Town in 2017 for school in journalism and sports media. I religiously follow the Baltimore Ravens & Orioles as well as being a life-long Washington Capitals fan. Thanks for reading about me and Roll Tide.
New School, Same Sawyer
A 90-yard rushing score from County High Wildcats quarterback Sawyer Deerman cements TCHS's second win in 2022.
TCSO Seeks Assistance Searching for a Local Runaway Teen
The Tuscaloosa County Sheriff's Office shared information on a local runaway and is asking for help locating the missing 16-year-old.
City of Tuscaloosa Asks Residents for Feedback on Local Lakes
What are your thoughts on Lake Nicol and Harris Lake?
PHOTOS: First Day of School in Tuscaloosa 2022
Take a look at some of the back-to-school photo submissions we received on the first day of the 2022-2023 school year!
Boil Water Notice in Effect for Boligee, Alabama
The notice to boil tap water in Boligee is precautionary but takes effect immediately, according to a post on social media.
Team USA Softball Wins Gold at 2022 Birmingham World Games
The U.S Women's National Softball Team, featuring the Crimson Tide's Montana Fouts and Haylie McCleney ('16), wins gold at the 2022 Birmingham World Games.
Former Brookwood Pitcher Seals CWS Victory for Ole Miss on Three Strikeouts
Former Brookwood Panthers right-hander Brandon Johnson struck out the side and recorded a save in the 9th inning to clinch the Rebels' first national title.
Hillcrest Quarterback Announces Commitment Destination
Patriots quarterback Ethan Crawford made the commitment official just three days after receiving his offer.
BREAKING: Local Four-Star Tackle Commits to Crimson Tide
The 6-foot-7, 295-pounder is the No. 10 recruit from the state of Alabama for 2022, according to 247Sports.
Four-Star Northridge Tackle Set to Commit Monday
The 6-foot-7 tackle holds offers from Alabama, LSU, Oklahoma, Ole Miss and Tennessee.