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Tuscaloosa Business News - 2011-09


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Widespread Panic returns to Tuscaloosa tonight - The band is making its first return visit since 1996. 14453
September 30th, 2011
Herbicide found in trees near Auburns live oaks - 14452
September 30th, 2011
Immigration law causes concern for police across state - Across Alabama, police charged with enforcing the nation’s toughest law targeting illegal immigrants are trying to figure out how to enforce the law and pay for it. 14451
September 30th, 2011
Eoline rallies to rebuild storm-damaged fire station - The April 27 tornadoes may have crushed the Eoline Volunteer Fire Department’s fire station, but the community’s spirit still stands. 14450
September 30th, 2011
City BOE hires new director of instruction - The Tuscaloosa City System has a new assistant superintendent of curriculum and instruction. 14449
September 30th, 2011
Pettus Randall Parkway dedicated to memory of business leader - On Thursday afternoon, a group of about 30 people composed of members of Henry Pettus Randall III's family, business leaders, law enforcement leaders, local city and county government leaders and department heads, met at the corner of Old Colony Road and North Ridge Road to honor the business giant one more time. 14448
September 30th, 2011
Court official faces sex charges - 14447
September 30th, 2011
Tuscaloosa man recovering after falling down mine shaft - A Tuscaloosa man is recovering from a 28-foot fall down an abandoned mine shaft earlier this month. Bruce DeHaan, a forester with Westervelt Company, spent 22 hours below ground before he was found by co-workers. He emerged with a compression fracture to his second lumbar vertebra, and a belief that prayer and caring friends are the reasons he wasn’t more seriously injured. 14446
September 29th, 2011
Mother of shooting victim moving to Tuscaloosa until case is resolved - The mother of University of Alabama graduate student Trey Johnson, who was killed earlier this month outside Sterling Crimson Apartments, has decided to move her life to Tuscaloosa so she will be here for the years-long process. 14445
September 29th, 2011
Alabama unveil new, more secure driver licenses - Alabama is starting to issue a new kind of driver's license and non-driver ID that requires more types of identification to obtain, but will make access to airports and federal facilities easier. 14444
September 29th, 2011
52nd fatality added to storm's death toll - City officials have added another name to the list of those killed as a result of the April 27 tornado, bringing the total to 52. Samuel Brasfield of 18th Street Northeast succumbed Sept. 16 to injuries he sustained when the storm trapped him under his home, said Tara Hoggle, the mayor's liaison to Incident Command. 14443
September 29th, 2011
Tuscaloosa Academy puts unbeaten streak on the line - 14442
September 29th, 2011
Federal grant money will be used to hire deputies - 14441
September 29th, 2011
REVIEW: Story of couples struggle proves that love is hell - 14440
September 29th, 2011
Former Florida governor and UA grad dies at 85 - Claude Kirk, a flamboyant self-promoter who became Florida’s first Republican governor of the 20th century even though he never held prior public office, died Wednesday. He was 85. Kirk attended high school in Montgomery and graduated from the University of Alabama Law School. 14439
September 29th, 2011
Play starts Frog Level festivities in Fayette - A big weekend for Fayette begins tonight with a performance of “To Kill a Mockingbird” at the Fayette County Courthouse on Temple Avenue downtown. 14438
September 29th, 2011
Fair settles into its new home at Sokol Park - The West Alabama State Fair and Expo opened in 2009 in Munny Sokol Park, and that’s where it will be again, starting tonight. 14437
September 29th, 2011
Medical director unites services - When city officials voted to move toward a single--ambulance service model this summer, the intention was to unite all of Tuscaloosa’s paramedic services under one medical director. The City Council on Tuesday hired physician Elwin Crawford to be medical director of the city’s Emergency Medical Services operations. 14436
September 29th, 2011
Judge upholds key parts of state immigration law - A federal judge refused Wednesday to block key parts of a closely watched Alabama law that is considered the strictest state effort to clamp down on illegal immigration, including a measure that requires immigration checks of public school students. 14435
September 29th, 2011
play, Hicks show highlight Frog Level Festival - A big weekend for Fayette begins Thursday with a performance of “To Kill a Mockingbird” at the Fayette County Courthouse on Temple Avenue downtown. 14434
September 28th, 2011
Judge set to rule on Alabama immigration law - A federal judge is set to rule on lawsuits challenging the constitutionality of Alabama's tough new law on illegal immigration. 14433
September 28th, 2011
GADGETRON: Amazon launches new $200 tablet - 14432
September 28th, 2011
Judge lets key parts of Ala. immigration law stand - A federal judge refused Wednesday to block key parts of Alabama's new law targeting illegal immigrants, including its requirements to check the immigration status of juvenile students in public schools and for police to verify the status of those they suspect of being in the county illegally. 14431
September 28th, 2011
ALDOT to patch potholes on Interstate 20/59 - 14430
September 28th, 2011
Man charged with carrying burglars tools - 14429
September 28th, 2011
Part of Guildswood to close for tree removal - 14428
September 28th, 2011
Congresswoman says GOP, Democrats share goals - Despite the hyper-partisan mood in Washington, D.C., U.S. Rep. Terri Sewell said she believes Democrats and Republicans have the same goals in mind, even if both sides have different methods of getting there. 14427
September 28th, 2011
Public schools prepare for national curriculum - TUSCALOOSA | In less than two years, public education in Alabama will be revolutionized. In 2013, Alabama will change its curriculum from the Alabama Course of Study — a set of education standards and curriculum created for Alabama public schools — to a national set of education standards that 43 states and the District of Columbia will also use called Common Core State Standards. 14426
September 28th, 2011
Storm spotter training draws a crowd in Tuscaloosa - TUSCALOOSA | On the five-month anniversary of the April 27 tornado, more than 100 people gathered Tuesday night inside the Paul W. Bryant Conference Center for the National Weather Service’s fall storm spotter training program. The event was hosted by the service’s office in Calera in coordination with the Tuscaloosa Count Emergency Management Agency and the University of Alabama office of Emergency Preparedness. 14425
September 28th, 2011
SGA president resigns; UA probes irregularities' in forum selection - Allegations of irregularities in the University of Alabama Student Government Association's selection process for a freshman leadership forum have led to the resignation of the SGA president and the forum's director. 14424
September 28th, 2011
City Council selects hotel developer for CityFest lot - TUSCALOOSA | The City Council has chosen a Memphis, Tenn.-based company to develop a city-owned downtown lot into a luxury hotel site. The decision came on a 6-1 vote, with Councilman Kip Tyner casting the lone dissenting vote against the Wilson Hotel Management Co. Tyner favored the other company, Ivory Development Group, because of the look and style it planned to bring to a lot near the corner of Greensboro Avenue and University Boulevard. “Bringing a more relaxed type of approach to something like this was refreshing to me,” said Tyner, who added that he believed the Wilson Hotel Management Co. will do a fine job. 14423
September 28th, 2011
Linden Athletic Association may face tax woes - The Linden Athletic Association, which has not paid taxes for more than three decades, will have to pay property taxes on the town’s only high school football field if it is stripped of its tax-exempt status by the Alabama Department of Revenue, which is investigating the association. The association owns Linden Athletic Field, which has for years been host to games played by Marengo Academy and Linden High School. Linden elected to move its games 20 miles down the road to Dixons Mills this season when Hale Smith, president of the Linden Athletic Association, more than doubled the usage fee for the field, prompting an outcry within the community. 14422
September 28th, 2011
Northport Elementary presents $30K check for tornado relief - Northport Elementary School principal Lucy Sellers presented a check for $30,000 to the Tuscaloosa County Board of Education Monday for tornado recovery efforts. 14421
September 27th, 2011
Man guilty of criminally negligent homicide after giving woman a pain patch - 14420
September 27th, 2011
SGA president resign; UA probes in forum selection - Allegations of irregularities in the University of Alabama Student Government Association’s selection process for a freshman leadership forum have led to the resignation of the SGA president and the forum’s director. 14419
September 27th, 2011
Northridge's Scarbrough picks up Alabama offer - 14418
September 27th, 2011
AROUND TOWN: 9/27 - 14417
September 27th, 2011
Child Abuse Prevention Services up for grant - Child Abuse Prevention Services of Tuscaloosa is in the running for a $10,000 Pepsi grant for its Cribs for Kids initiative. 14416
September 27th, 2011
Deadline for debris removal has passed - Now that U.S. Army Corps of Engineers contractors are winding down the removal of tornado debris from residential property, those who still need the work done can enlist the help of local government. But they might have to wait a while, and they might have to pay for it. 14415
September 27th, 2011
FEMA funds still flowing in region - The political showdown in Washington over dwindling federal money for disaster relief was just a minor annoyance for Alabama, said state and local officials on Monday. 14414
September 27th, 2011
SOUND OFF: Sept. 26 - 14413
September 26th, 2011
Today marks deadline for debris removal by federal work crews - Today marks the last official day of tornado-related debris removal across Tuscaloosa County by federal work crews. This deadline had been publicized since it was announced Sept. 15, and local officials said they hope that residents and property owners took advantage of the assistance. 14412
September 26th, 2011
Gigapan: Alabama vs. Arkansas - Take a high resolution look around Bryant-Denny Stadium during the first quarter of Alabama's SEC opener against Arkansas Saturday. 14411
September 26th, 2011
Revenue department looking into Linden Athletic Association - The Alabama Department of Revenue is investigating the nonprofit tax status of Linden Athletic Association, according to Will Martin, head of valuation in the property tax division of the department. 14410
September 26th, 2011
ALVerify to avoid lines under Alabama immigration law - State officials say they've figured out a way to verify the legal status of vehicle owners under Alabama's tough new immigration law without causing long lines at courthouses. 14409
September 26th, 2011
PLAYER OF THE WEEK: ACA's John Major Davis - 14408
September 26th, 2011
Tuscaloosa woman critical after jump from car - 14407
September 26th, 2011
New book praises UA cultural initiative - A section of a new book co-written by New York Times reporter and columnist Thomas L. Friedman is devoted to a student-fueled University of Alabama arts and culture initiative. 14406
September 26th, 2011
Gas prices are down as economic worries mount - For the first time in months, retail gasoline prices have fallen below $3 a gallon in places, including parts of Michigan, Missouri and Texas. And the relief is likely to spread thanks to a sharp decline in crude-oil prices. 14405
September 26th, 2011
Students take brunt of budget cuts - College students are taking the brunt of the burden as federal and state governments trim budgets in the sluggish economy, according to a new report by University of Alabama researchers. 14404
September 26th, 2011
Students studying abroad pushed out of - Educators are thrilled to see more American college students venturing abroad — perhaps 300,000 this year alone. Now if they can just get them to venture out of the “American bubbles” that make the streets of study-abroad hot-spots like London, Barcelona and Florence, Italy feel like exclaves of Tuscaloosa or Ann Arbor. 14403
September 26th, 2011
UA Rec Center lets dogs enjoy water before pool is drained - The outdoor pool at the University of Alabama Recreation Center went to the dogs Sunday afternoon. Canines of all breeds and sizes cut loose at the fifth annual Dog Splash event held at the pool every September before it is drained and cleaned for the winter. 14402
September 26th, 2011
STARS, an alternative education program, works to reform students - STARS Academy is a centralized alternative education program for the Tuscaloosa City School System. Students who commit level-three violations of the student code of conduct, such as bringing a knife to school or being repeatedly disruptive, are removed from their home schools and sent to Oak Hill School, where the STARS program is housed. 14401
September 26th, 2011
LEND A HAND: Tailgating with the Stars event to benefit Sprayberry center - Most tailgating parties happen on the weekend, but the students of Sprayberry Education Center are looking forward to a special tailgating experience in the middle of the week. Tailgating with the Stars, an annual fundraiser to benefit Sprayberry, will be 6-9 p.m. Thursday in The Zone at Bryant-Denny Stadium. 14400
September 25th, 2011
Linden school transfer policy ensures segregation - Looking at Linden's two high schools, the number of students simply don't add up. According to the most recent census numbers, Linden is 55 percent white and yet no white children attend Linden High. Relatively few students go to Marengo Academy either, regardless of race. The Longhorn football team is so low on numbers that four eighth-graders dress out for varsity games. In Linden, white school-age children are being driven out of school district lines to Demopolis, Sweet Water and Thomasville high schools. 14399
September 25th, 2011
Five to be inducted into Tuscaloosa County Civic Hall of Fame - Five men who made significant contributions to Tuscaloosa County will be inducted into the Tuscaloosa County Civic Hall of Fame on Oct. 20. 14398
September 25th, 2011
Northport prepares succession plans - 14397
September 25th, 2011
Forum will offer water guidelines - A watershed stretches across governmental boundaries, socioeconomic lines and racial and political barriers. That's why the Black Warrior Clean Water Partnership is calling on everyone in a 428-square-mile region to protect the basin that collects drinking water for Tuscaloosa County. 14396
September 25th, 2011
Grave markers found at company are a mystery - As employees of Atlas Welding Supply Co. prepared to do some dirt work Monday to improve drainage around the building, one noticed something that seemed out of place. James Cain, co-owner of Atlas Supply, was called outside. He walked behind the building to find what looked like two headstones, or grave markers, seemingly dropped from the sky. Or literally dropped, if Cain’s theory that they were placed there by the April 27 tornado is correct. 14395
September 25th, 2011
Fake pot' tied to rash of E.R. visits in Tuscaloosa - TUSCALOOSA | In the past few months, at least 15 young adults have sought emergency medical treatment at DCH Regional Medical Center with the same symptoms: a racing heart and paranoia. It sounds like a bad reaction to an illegal drug, but it's not. It's a bad reaction to a legal substance that can be purchased in gas stations and tobacco stores across Alabama. 14394
September 25th, 2011
Linden, a town divided by race - LINDEN | Tucked away between the rolling hills of West Alabama and the snaking Tombigbee River, sits the small town of Linden. Here, time has slowly rotted out trees and rusted away mom-and-pop storefronts. It has mowed down miles of forest, making way for highways and railroads, paper mills and cellphone towers. 14393
September 25th, 2011
Attorney Bob Ennis honored by international lawyer group - The International Municipal Lawyers Association has recognized the public service record of former Tuscaloosa City Attorney Bob Ennis. 14392
September 24th, 2011
Cahaba River event features message - Eat fish and play. That’s the motto for the Cahaba River Society’s second annual fish fry to be held at Trussville Springs on Sunday. 14391
September 24th, 2011
10 arrests linked to meth production - Law enforcement authorities this week have made 10 arrests linked to the production of methamphetamine. 14390
September 24th, 2011
Stalemate could lead to shutdown - WASHINGTON | Just a week away from a possible government shutdown, lawmakers boxed themselves into a new budget impasse Friday. 14389
September 24th, 2011
Tuscaloosa library offers e-book service - TUSCALOOSA | Patrons of the Tuscaloosa Public Library can now choose from hundreds of e-books for download to computers, tablets and cellphones. 14388
September 24th, 2011
Tribute honors 13 fallen coal miners - White doves, candles, songs and a heavy spiritual theme ran throughout the 10th annual tribute to 13 coal miners who died in Brookwood on Sept. 23, 2001. 14387
September 24th, 2011
SEC opener pits Saban's defense vs. Petrino's offense - As Arkansas visits the Crimson Tide this afternoon in the SEC opener for both schools, the matchup of wits between Petrino's passing attack and UA coach Nick Saban's specialty - pass defense - will be of high intrigue. 14386
September 24th, 2011
In second season, Sipsey Valley still looking for first win - 14385
September 23rd, 2011
CBS crew overwhelmed by tornado damage - On fall Saturdays, the SEC on CBS broadcast team of Verne Lundquist, Gary Danielson and Tracy Wolfson is accustomed to delivering the action and intensity from Tuscaloosa to televisions across the country.But this spring, as the full scope of destruction brought by the April 27 tornado became known, they were the viewers of pulse-quickening images and heartbreaking stories of the city and people they'd come to know through their coverage of the Crimson Tide. 14384
September 23rd, 2011
Six arrested in Cottondale meth bust - 14383
September 23rd, 2011
THEATER REVIEW: Production an addition for superfans - Les Miserables” is one of a handful of musicals some think can do no wrong. Its fans are often superfans, seeing multiple productions, catching concert versions, watching videos of anniversary shows, scanning imdb.com for news of the impending movie version, now said to be starring Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe, Anne Hathaway and other names. They know the performers who defined certain roles, and will hotly debate who best nails showstoppers such as “On My Own” or “Bring Him Home.” 14382
September 23rd, 2011
THEATER REVIEW: Play captures legend and truth of coach named - We knew the public image, the towering figure on the sidelines, not the coach haranguing players in the locker room. We remember the genial, growling figure on the Sunday TV shows, recapping games with “Bingo! That’s a goodie,” taking a dutiful sip of sponsor Coca-Cola on-air, but not the man in his office uncapping a bottle of Jack Daniels. Despite the jokes, we knew he couldn’t really walk on water. Right? 14381
September 23rd, 2011
Natalee Holloway's mom opposes declaring missing teen dead - MONTGOMERY | The mother of missing Alabama teenager Natalee Holloway is opposing efforts by her ex-husband to declare their daughter dead six years after she vanished during a graduation trip to Aruba. Jefferson County Circuit Judge Alan King has scheduled a hearing for today in Birmingham on the request by Dave Holloway. “Beth intends to oppose Dave’s inexplicable effort to have Natalee declared dead,” John Q. Kelly, Beth Holloway’s attorney, said Thursday. One of Dave Holloway’s attorneys, Mark White, said it is routine to seek a determination of death after a person has been missing for more than five years. 14380
September 23rd, 2011
Ex-banker sentenced in fraud case - A former branch manager for First South Farm Credit in Northport was sentenced to a two-and-a-half year prison term for his role in a nearly $2 million lending fraud scheme. U.S. District Judge R. David Proctor sentenced Gregory T. Smith, 36, to 30 months in federal prison. 14379
September 23rd, 2011
UA student receives $10K for relief group - TUSCALOOSA | A University of Alabama student was surprised Thursday with a $10,000 check for a tornado relief organization that he helped start. James O’Dwyer, a 19-year-old sophomore from Alpharetta, Ga., received the check while he was being filmed for an awards show on the cable channel TeenNick. 14378
September 23rd, 2011
Former UAH professor pleads not guilty in shooting - Pale, thin and dressed in a red jail uniform, a Harvard University-educated biology professor pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity to capital murder charges Thursday in the slayings of three colleagues killed during a faculty meeting at the University of Alabama in Huntsville. 14377
September 23rd, 2011
Start of day at mine was routine on 9/23/01 - 14376
September 23rd, 2011
Coal mining safer, but still one of most dangerous jobs - The Brookwood mine disaster that killed 13 coal miners 10 years ago today reminded the nation of the inherent dangers in working in underground coal mines. 14375
September 23rd, 2011
Coal miners say shock lingers 10 years after Brookwood tragedy - Many struggle to balance remembering those who were lost and the lessons learned from the Brookwood mining disaster with the horror of the day. 14374
September 23rd, 2011
Rooster's Blues House drawing acts from across the country - Just a few weeks after opening its doors, Rooster's Blues House in downtown Tuscaloosa is already drawing crowds and booking blues acts from the Southeast and across the country. 14373
September 22nd, 2011
Chemistry for Bryant's Pradat, Whitehead developed over time - 14372
September 22nd, 2011
AROUND TOWN: 9/22 - 14371
September 22nd, 2011
Arab superintendent drops pregame prayer tradition - 14370
September 22nd, 2011
Center Stage Alabama officials arrested - 14369
September 22nd, 2011
Hearing set for UAH prof accused in killings - 14368
September 22nd, 2011
Montgomery official says water dispute resolved - 14367
September 22nd, 2011
County passes short-term budget resolution - 14366
September 22nd, 2011
State, federal plans may hurt local tax receipts - Proposed federal legislation could adversely affect sales tax collections in Tuscaloosa County, Special Tax Board Manager Kirk Keith told the County Commission on Wednesday. 14365
September 22nd, 2011
Designer of fashionable footwear to visit local mall - Tuscaloosa shoe-lovers can meet the face behind the footwear Friday when designer Steve Madden visits Belk in University Mall. 14364
September 22nd, 2011
Federal judge to hear Northport chief's discrimination suit - A two-year-old dispute between two top city of Northport officials has landed in front of a federal judge and could possibly end in a jury trial. Northport Police Chief Robert Green sued the city and its administrator, Scott Collins, in federal court, alleging they have violated his civil rights through racial discrimination and harassment. 14363
September 22nd, 2011
FEMAs storm debris deadline nears - TUSCALOOSA | Tuscaloosa city and county officials are urging residents to get tornado debris to the right of way by Monday so that U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ contractors can remove it before they cease debris removal operations. “The public has been alerted that this day has been forthcoming for some time,” Tuscaloosa County Probate Judge Hardy McCollum said. Corps of Engineers contractors, who have been handling debris removal through the Federal Emergency Management Agency since soon after the April 27 tornado, will not pick up debris after Monday. The volume of debris isn’t large enough to justify contractors continuing, McCollum said. 14362
September 22nd, 2011
Sunday alcohol sales may hurt county revenue - TUSCALOOSA | In the six months since voters approved the sale of alcohol on Sundays in Tuscaloosa, three businesses outside the corporate limits have requested — and been granted — annexation into the city. That’s not many, but Tuscaloosa County Probate Judge Hardy McCollum fears more businesses will follow suit, ultimately making a significant dent in the county government’s revenues. “It is (a concern) for me,” said McCollum, who also chairs the Tuscaloosa County Commission. “I’ve expressed that from the get-go.” 14361
September 22nd, 2011
Police chief sues Northport alleging racial discrimination - A two-year-old dispute between two top city of Northport officials has landed in front of a federal judge and could possibly end in a jury trial. Northport Police Chief Robert Green sued the city and its administrator, Scott Collins, in federal court, alleging they have violated his civil rights through racial discrimination and harassment. 14360
September 21st, 2011
Judge tosses Alabama challenge to election monitoring - A federal judge on Wednesday dismissed a challenge to election monitoring required under the Voting Rights Act to ensure mostly southern states are no longer disenfranchising black voters and found that discrimination continues in modern-day polling. 14359
September 21st, 2011
Former Choctaw Stacy leads Vanderbilt to blowout of Ole Miss - Here is how some former Tuscaloosa-area high school athletes now competing at the collegiate level fared last week: 14358
September 21st, 2011
AROUND TOWN: 9/21 - 14357
September 21st, 2011
Business owners can discuss rebuilding plans at forum - 14356
September 21st, 2011
FBI says killings, violent crime down in Alabama - 14355
September 21st, 2011
New website helps coordinate tornado recovery volunteers - 14354
September 21st, 2011
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