PARA will have a daily schedule which will include remote learning support time, physical activity, recess, group games, enrichment, arts and crafts, and more. Breakfast and lunch will also be provided free of charge.
Although the first 9 weeks is full time virtual for all students in Tuscaloosa city schools, the option to stay full time virtual for the entire school year will not be available unless you sign up before the deadline today at 4:30 p.m. July 31st.
Tuscaloosa officials said they took a threatening social media post seriously, but when they looked at what was said and where it was involved, it was not something where someone could be charged with making a terroristic threat.
For years now, the city has been trying to get a handle on the growth of those mega student apartment complexes. For the past several weeks, city leaders have been talking about ways to try to do that.
To help the community meet the requirements of the face coverings ordinance in Tuscaloosa, the City will be distributing free face coverings Tuesday, July 7, from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. at the Tuscaloosa Amphitheater.
A little ray of sunshine came to two recent formerly positive COVID-19 patients. Both men were discharged from the DCH Rehab Pavilion at Northport Medical Center, and they agreed to share their testimonies of recovery.
Over the next few weeks, Mayor Maddox, Chief Blankley, officers and its senior leadership team will meet with community leaders, pastors, educators and residents to come up with a plan to reimagine policing in the city.
DCH Regional Medical Center reported seeing more young people test for Covid-19 with some even testing positive, other medical facilities in Tuscaloosa like Whatley Health services said their seeing a similar trend.
“I’m pleading that you use your authority to help stop the spread of Covid-19 in Alabama," that is what Everyday Rustics owner in Northport Christine Grace wrote in an open letter faxed to Governor Kay Ivey, after loosing a loved one to the deadly virus.
University of Alabama System Board of Trustees announced Monday three Confederate plaques that honored former students who served in the Confederate Army were removed to be placed in a more appropriate historical setting.
The Board of Trustees of The University of Alabama System announced Monday a couple of things they will be doing in the coming weeks regarding the names of campus buildings and plaques honoring Confederate soldiers.