Tuscaloosa Events

Ol' Colony To Re-Open
The home of the Alabama Golf team will re-open to the public on a limited bases starting on Wednesday. The course will be open to patrons, weather permitting, from Wednesday-Sunday for the foreseeable future. The golf course closed on March 28 due to concerns over the COVID-19 coronavirus.
Summer Snow to Close
The popular Tuscaloosa business, Summer Snow, will close for the time being because of COVID-19. The shaved ice stand had just opened up this week for the season but decided to suspend operation for the safety of its employees and patrons.
Mercedes Extends Shut-Down
The Mercedes plant in Vance, Alabama was scheduled to get back to work this coming week, those plans are now altered. Mercedes Benz US International extended their shut-down for another week, putting the Alabama employees out of work for an additional week.
SEC Announces 2021 Championship Sites
Tuscaloosa was all set to host the spring SEC championships in softball and women's tennis this spring before the NCAA and SEC cancelled the athletic season due to the COVID-19 coronavirus. The Rhoads Stadium was renovated recently, specifically to host the conference tournament.
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Bama To The House
Stuck at home with nothing to do? Big fan of the Crimson Tide? Get involved with Bama To The House! The Alabama football team's social media team has started a project inviting Alabama fans to join in and take part in activities that you can do from home to pass the time during quarantine. The …
Primo Commits to Tide
Canadian combo guard Joshua Primo has committed to Nate Oats and the Crimson Tide. The 6'6" guard out of Royal Crown High School in Toronto Canada becomes the highest rated member of the Alabama 2020 signing class for Oats. Primo is a five-star prospect, the seventh overall combo guard and…
Who To Keep Your Eyes On In Alabama's 2020 Class
Wednesday morning, Mr. Tider Insider Rodney Orr joined Host Gary Harris to react to and discuss COVID-19's affect on the University of Alabama, how Coach Nick Saban and his staff are handling the pandemic, and who to keep your eyes on in the Crimson Tide's 2020 class.

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