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Tuscaloosa begins collecting, recycling glass

Tuscaloosa begins collecting, recycling glass

July 29, 2015

Environmentalists of Tuscaloosa rejoice – you can now drop off your glass recyclables at the Richard A. Curry recycling plant.Thanks to a grant from the Alabama Department of Environmental Management...

'The Green Scene' movie series educates on recycling

'The Green Scene' movie series educates on recycling

July 22, 2015

Many people argue the beneficial nature of recycling – however, the average citizen doesn’t take a direct approach to “being green.”The Tuscaloosa Environmental Services Department hopes to change...

UA offers benefits, employment to veterans

UA offers benefits, employment to veterans

July 15, 2015

The state of Alabama is not shy in its support of the U.S. armed forces. Standing testament to this are its many military memorials and historic sites. Birmingham hosts the largest Veterans’ Day parade...

The heat is on: How to enjoy Alabama summers safely

The heat is on: How to enjoy Alabama summers safely

July 1, 2015

Summer is in full swing, and that means longer days, lighter nights and a host of outdoor activities for everyone to enjoy. It also spells the return of the notorious southern heat, which Tuscaloosa has...

Student grants fund nonprofits

June 24, 2015

Students in any discipline understand the important role internships play in kick-starting their careers. Knowing this, many aspiring professionals take positions that sacrifice pay for experience, or...

Summer Institute aims to improve flood modeling

Summer Institute aims to improve flood modeling

June 17, 2015

When it rains, it pours.Most Alabama residents recognize the literal truth behind the phrase, having been caught in a flash thunderstorm or harsh torrent. Meteorologists and emergency workers, however,...

Former Cuban Air Force General gives lecture at UA

Former Cuban Air Force General gives lecture at UA

June 11, 2015

On Monday, June 8, attendees were treated to a lecture from former Cuban Brig. Gen. Rafael del Pino, who, according to Larry Clayton, professor of history emeritus, has the world’s best insight into...

Local gym reopens after renovations

Local gym reopens after renovations

June 3, 2015

Residents of Tuscaloosa County will soon enjoy the fruits of $1.2 million worth of labor, as the Bobby Miller Activity center reopened last week after a 10,000-square-foot upgrade and face lift.The new...

Former Cuban Air Force General turned defector to give lecture

June 3, 2015

In his memoir "Inside Castro's Bunker," former Brigadier General Rafael del Pino recalls his experience coming up in Cuba as a 17-year-old, freedom-loving idealist, working his way up to become Fidel...

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