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Alabama Seeks Another Win in Beat Auburn, Beat Hunger Food Drive
Students at the University of Alabama will look for a back-to-back win over their rivals as the annual Beat Auburn, Beat Hunger food drive returns this week.
This Local Sorority is Awarding a First Year Educator $1K
Compared nationally, first-time teachers in Alabama are 50% more likely to leave within their first three years of employment. One local sorority is rewarding a young educator making the commitment.
12 Tuscaloosa Businesses Offering Specials in Weeklong Fundraiser
A dozen area businesses are kicking off a weeklong celebration of local farmers that will also raise money to teach children the joys of gardening at home.
Local Fraternities Host Talent Hunt Program for Students
The local chapters of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. are hosting their annual Talent Hunt, showcasing the incredible talents of high school students in their community in October. More info here.
New Style Food Pantry Comes To Tuscaloosa
The team at Grace Presbyterian Church in Tuscaloosa has announced the opening of a new food pantry on October 3. Not only is the food pantry new to the area, but so is the concept. The Table Of Grace food pantry is what leaders at the church call a "client choice market-style" food pantry for West Alabama.
Divinely United Event Raises Hope, Cancer Awareness in Uniontown
Join the Divinely United: Fighting for a Cure event in Uniontown, Alabama, as the community comes together to raise awareness and support for breast cancer, standing united in the fight against this devastating disease.
Rebuild and Revitalize: Details on Holt Community Meeting
Find out more about the latest plans for rebuilding and revitalizing the Holt, Alabama community at the upcoming Holt in Action September meeting.
Tuscaloosa Walk For Suicide Prevention Nears
Suicide has impacted many lives across Alabama. In the last few years, unfortunately, number of suicide victims has been on the rise. The Tuscaloosa "Out Of The Darkness" walk is taking place this Sunday, September 24 at the Student Center Plaza at 6 p.m. The registration period will begin at 5 p.m. on Sunday afternoon.
Hey Tuscaloosa: Crack The Vault And Win A Mercedes
Mercedes Benz of Tuscaloosa is asking for people to try and "Crack The Vault". How do you crack it? Guess the six-digit code that opens the vault. Mercedes Benz of Tuscaloosa is teaming up with the Theresa Burroughs Residential Living home. The residential living home is a nonprofit in Greensboro, Alabama with ties to Tuscaloosa and Birmingham.
STUDY: Is Tuscaloosa Getting Enough Sleep?
Adam Knowlden is an Associate Professor of Health Science and is conducting an important sleep study, in conjunction with the University Of Alabama. The program is called SLUMBRx and all information they collect is geared towards understanding how sleep and body weight impact health problems. The program is actively looking for volunteers for the study and those that are selected will be paid $200 for their time during the study.