Howdy, everyone! I'm your friendly neighborhood print journalist-turned-digital aficionado. I graduated from The University of Alabama (roll ALL the tides) with a BA in Communication and Information Sciences in 2020. In college, I was the Editor-in-Chief of the semiweekly student newspaper, The Crimson White, whose third-ever Pacemaker Award was won under our staff. I moonlighted as a digital reporter for WVUA 23 News, West Alabama's only commercial television station, which is housed in the one and only Bryant-Denny Stadium. After a quick four-month quarantine stint in my hometown of Huntsville, Alabama, I emerged from the abysmal job market with a gig at Townsquare Media Tuscaloosa as its newest Digital Managing Editor. In my free time, you can find me reading biographies on the Kennedy family, spending entirely too much money on overpriced iced coffee, and spoiling my 3-year-old cat, Cleo. Follow me on Twitter for terrible jokes, Crimson Tide/Washington D.C. sports love and the occasional reminder to save the bees, plant more trees and clean the seas.
Tuscaloosa, Alabama Realtor Named 2021 TAR Realtor of the Year
Through her seven years in real estate, Harwood's philosophy relies on one of her core strengths: helping others.
University of Alabama’s Wade Hall Officially Dedicated
A graduate of Tuscaloosa's Stillman College, Wade went on to earn his doctorate degree from the University of UA, worked as a tenured professor, and helped to found the Black Faculty and Staff Association.
West Alabama Boys & Girls Club CEO Honored at Annual Conference
The honor remembers the late Bob Sykes, a former Regional Director of the program who got his start in Boys & Girls Clubs in 1956.
REPORT: Northport, Alabama Councilwoman Arrested on Felony Theft Charges
The case apparently pertains to a family issue pertaining to her late parents' estate.
Man Injured in Accidental Shooting in Tuscaloosa, Alabama Gun Shop
The incident happened just after 1:30 p.m. at Tuscaloosa Gunsmith on 23rd Avenue.
DEVELOPING: High-Speed Chase Leads Police to Manhunt in Tuscaloosa County Woods
As of 7 p.m. Tuesday, police are searching for the driver on foot and in the sky.
Is Tuscaloosa, Alabama Too Poor for a Trader Joe’s?
It turns out, the answer is not as simple as you think.
Alabama Linebacker Sustains Thumb Injury, Will Miss Game Against Texas A&M
Saban made the announcement during a Wednesday morning teleconference, saying Sanders will be game-to-game until further notice.
Tuscaloosa, Alabama Affected as Facebook, Instagram, Whatsapp Simultaneously Crash
Three social networking giants are experiencing worldwide issues Monday.
University of Alabama Extends Mask Mandate
The University of Alabama announced Wednesday that it will be extending its current mask mandate through the end of October.