Hi, I'm Tessa Worley and I am a senior transfer student at The University of Alabama majoring in News Media and minoring in Creative Writing. I am from Andalusia, Alabama and I graduated from Lurleen B. Wallace Community College with an associate's degree in 2018. I love to write and hope to one day be a reporter and maybe even publish a novel. In my free time, I enjoy playing with my dog, watching movies with my fiance, and writing fiction.
New Business Brings Fancy Camping to Tuscaloosa, Alabama
A new Tuscaloosa business is bringing an elevated camping experience to the Druid City.
Hank Poore Foundation Raises $60,000 at Ale on Wheels Fundraiser
The Hank Poore Foundation hosted its first fundraiser, Ale on Wheels, on Friday and raised over $60,000 to help people with cerebral palsy.
New Massage Therapy Center Opens in Tuscaloosa’s University Mall
Relax Magic, a new massage therapy center, is open now in Tuscaloosa's University Mall.
Union Members Ratify Contract at Shoal Creek Coal Mine in Jefferson County, Alabama
The United Mine Workers of America (UMWA) Local Union 1948's members voted on Sunday to ratify a new contract at the Shoal Creek metallurgical coal mine, which is owned by Peabody Energy.
Memorial Held for 20th Anniversary of Brookwood, Alabama Mine Explosion
The Alabama Miner's Memorial Foundation hosted a memorial for the 20th anniversary of the Brookwood Mine Explosion, which took place on September 23, 2001.
Gourmet Grilled Cheese Food Truck Opens Eatery on UA Campus in Tuscaloosa, Alabama
A Tuscaloosa food truck that creates gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches has opened its first brick-and-mortar location in UA's Ferguson Student Center.
Tuscaloosa, Alabama Mayor Appoints New Infrastructure Director and Chief Financial Officer
Tuscaloosa Mayor Walt Maddox has appointed Jarrod Milligan as the Executive Director of Public Infrastructure and Public Services. He also appointed Carly Standridge as the Chief Financial Officer.
Oak City Market Brings Local Flair, Community Focus to Tuscaloosa, Alabama
The first annual Oak City Market was hosted on August 28th by the SD Allen ministry to raise money for buying new beds.
Tuscaloosa’s Spirit Halloween to Open in University Mall in Mid-September
Spirit Halloween has announced plans to reopen in mid-September in the old Sears location at University Mall.
Local Ministry to Host Pop-Up Market to Raise Funds for Bed Donations
A Tuscaloosa furniture ministry will host the first annual Oak City Market on August 28 to raise money to buy new beds to donate to families in need.