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Northport Mayor Bobby Herndon abruptly announces resignation

After the Northport City Council denied the mayor's request to rename a street, third-term Mayor Bobby Herndon announced he would resign Dec. 31. → Read More

Two Tuscaloosa library branches could close because of funding shortfall

The Tuscaloosa Public Library officials say inflation and a local government funding shortfall could close the Weaver-Bolden and Brown branches. → Read More

A good buy: Charity sale features deep discounts from Tuscaloosa retailers

The annual charity sale features everything from clothing to home décor, with discounts of at least 75% off items from Tuscaloosa's top retailers. → Read More

Tuscaloosa Public Library to reduce operating hours at all three branches

Library officials say cost-savings measures became necessary because local government funding levels have not kept pace with inflation. → Read More

Leaving a legacy: Five leaders inducted into Tuscaloosa County Civic Hall of Fame

Camille Wright Cook, Travis Gary Fitts, Samory T. Pruitt, George "Sammy" Watson and Ernest G. Williams were inducted into the Civic Hall of Fame. → Read More

Two injured in shooting at Tuscaloosa apartment complex, police say

Tuscaloosa police are investigating a Thursday night shooting that injured two people at the University Downs apartment complex on 15th Street. → Read More

Northridge High School concert highlights Ukrainian soloist, honors POWs

A Northridge High School exchange student honored former Ukraine POWs Alex Drueke and Andy Huynh during the band's fall concert Tuesday night. → Read More

University of Alabama to waive student application fees for one week

Officials say the one-time waiver will remove a barrier that could keep prospective students from applying to the University of Alabama. → Read More

'We will never forget': Brookwood honors coal miners who died in 2001 disaster

The city of Brookwood held a Friday memorial service to honor the 13 coal miners who died at the Jim Walter Resources Mine No. 5 on Sept. 23, 2001. → Read More

Celebrating in style: University of Alabama prepares fashion design building

Drummond Lyon Hall will provide a space where University of Alabama students can learn the art of apparel design and the business of fashion retail. → Read More

Tuscaloosa police, troopers target risky drivers during football game days

At least 70 motorists were ticketed for violations during the weekend of Alabama's home football opener. More traffic sweeps are planned, police say. → Read More

Tuscaloosa will use $4.2 million FAA grant to enhance airport

The money will be used to improve the airport's apron, which supports more than 300 large aircraft charters and cargo aircraft operations annually. → Read More

Career expo aims to build future workforce in West Alabama

The Worlds of Work Career Expo will show ninth-graders what jobs are available in West Alabama while helping employers address workforce needs. → Read More

Big changes coming to Bryant-Denny Stadium for 2022 football season

Alcohol sales, cash-free transactions are just a couple of the new elements as fans flock to Bryant-Denny Stadium for University of Alabama football. → Read More

Building upgrades, iPads await students in Tuscaloosa County School System

Fresh paint, upgraded football stadiums and individual iPads will be part of the 2022-23 year in the Tuscaloosa County School System. → Read More

Tuscaloosa leaders tout ongoing efforts to enhance school safety

Communication between parents, students and school officials is the key to preventing violence in the classroom, educators and police officials said. → Read More

Police say man injured in shooting at Tuscaloosa lounge

The shooting occurred around 1:20 a.m. at a lounge in the 1700 block of Culver Road. The shooting victim was taken to an area hospital. → Read More

Take note students, parents: Classes begin Aug. 10 in Tuscaloosa city, county schools

Students who don't attend the first day of classes risk putting themselves behind academically, Tuscaloosa school administrators said. → Read More

Summer heat can have deadly consequences, experts warn

Eating water-rich foods and drinking plenty of water are just two of the ways to combat the effects extreme heat, according to Alabama experts. → Read More

Tuscaloosa police identify body of man found in Hurricane Creek Park

Authorities say the death of Ralph Daniel Miller, 38, appears to be accidental and there were no apparent signs of foul play. → Read More