Well, time to make myself sound cooler than I am. I’m originally from New Orleans, but in 2017 I moved to Tuscaloosa with nothing but a college acceptance letter and a fiery passion for writing. Early on in life, I realized the importance of finding your voice. And once I found mine, I knew it would be impossible to shut me up. Seriously, I’m like your neighbor’s dog that won’t stop barking. I started writing in the safety of my room on a personal teen angst blog and eventually started freelance work. Since then, I’ve written for Pure Noise Records, Alabama Public Radio, and now I’m here to write for you!
Tuscaloosa Public Library Hosts Monthlong Drive-Thru Voter Registration
The non-partisan political organization League of Women Voters of Greater Tuscaloosa are partnering with the Tuscaloosa Public Library to host a monthlong drive-through voter registration event.
TPD Reports No Rise in Online Scams As Cases Spike Nationwide
Cybersecurity isn't an issue in Tuscaloosa during the COVID-19 pandemic according to the Tuscaloosa Police Department.
UA Team Receives Grant for Federally Funded Opioid Project
A University of Alabama-led research team received $1 million from the Health Resources and Services Administration to create an opioid prevention and treatment network in West Alabama.
University of Alabama Has Issued Over 400 COVID-19 Conduct Referrals
The University of Alabama has issued more than 400 conduct referrals for COVID-19-related violations, President Stuart Bell said in an email to students Monday.
Tuscaloosa Domestic Violence Cases Show No Quarantine Spike
As we enter the fifth month of combatting COVID-19, data shows that domestic violence cases have not significantly increased in Tuscaloosa compared to last year.
Tuscaloosa Residents Host Fifth Weekly Protest for Black Lives Matter
The TTown Freedom Marches group held their fifth Black Lives Matter protest at Snow Hinton Park in Tuscaloosa Sunday.
New Planned Parenthood Opens in Downtown Birmingham
Planned Parenthood opens a new clinic in downtown Birmingham, becoming the fourth women's reproductive health center offering abortions in Alabama.
Alabama’s Ongoing Battle for Reproductive Rights in Tuscaloosa
The non-profit organization Yellowhammer Fund recently bought the West Alabama Women's Center (WAWC) to provide safe access to reproductive care.
Alabama Recognizes Three State Holidays Celebrating the Old Confederacy
The state of Alabama recognizes three Confederate days as official state holidays.