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Tuscaloosa Business News - 2012-09


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Seven organizations get mine safety grants - The U.S. Department of Labor says its Mine Safety and Health Administration has awarded $1,250,000 in grants through its Brookwood-Sago program to seven organizations that provide education and training within the mining industry. 18119
September 30th, 2012
Stillman to host Worldwide Day of Play - TUSCALOOSA | Stillman College will host a Worldwide Day of Play from 2:30-6:30 p.m. Oct. 6. 18118
September 30th, 2012
LEND A HAND: Annual fundraiser to benefit schools Special Olympics team - TUSCALOOSA | The “Tailgating with the Stars in Title Town” fundraiser, which benefits Sprayberry Education Center, will be 6-9 p.m. Oct. 18 in the North Zone at Bryant-Denny Stadium. 18117
September 30th, 2012
October filled with a variety of events - TUSCALOOSA | If you hear the whine “There’s nothing to do here!” in the next 31 days, feel free to call the whiner a liar. Between annual events such as the Kentuck Festival of the Arts, the Moundville Native American Festival, the University of Alabama’s homecoming, the “Rocky Horror Picture Show” extravaganza, and the beginnings of theater, dance and music seasons, October is Tuscaloosa’s most jam-packed month. 18116
September 30th, 2012
County plans for employee pay raise - TUSCALOOSA | Tuscaloosa County employees could get a 3 percent raise, if the Tuscaloosa County Commission approves a $84.7 million proposed budget on Wednesday. 18115
September 30th, 2012
Bentley looks to Web sales tax bill - MONTGOMERY | Gov. Robert Bentley told voters before they approved a state constitutional amendment earlier this month to take money from the Alabama Trust Fund to shore up the state's General Fund that he would look for ways to reimburse the trust fund and put the state on sounder financial footing. 18114
September 30th, 2012
Steelworkers ratify 3-year pact with U.S. Steel - Members of the United Steelworkers have approved a new three-year contract with U.S. Steel. 18113
September 29th, 2012
Lake Demopolis cleanup is Oct. 5-6 - The seventh annual Lake Demopolis Renew Our Rivers cleanup will be Oct. 5-6. 18112
September 29th, 2012
Business ban removed from council agenda - TUSCALOOSA | Councilman Kip Tyner has removed a vote on a proposed moratorium that would have temporarily banned certain businesses across the city. 18111
September 29th, 2012
Project Green to be held at University of Alabama - TUSCALOOSA | Julia Whitten had always been passionate about the environment, but she did not realize how little she knew until she discovered Project Green Challenge. 18110
September 29th, 2012
About 150 attend event to prepare students for jobs - TUSCALOOSA | Dozens of parents interested in helping their teenage children prepare for a well-paying job in state-of-the-art manufacturing gave up an evening this week for their kids’ future. 18109
September 29th, 2012
Grant funds fresh snacks for 10 elementary schools - In an effort to improve the health of students in the Tuscaloosa City School System, free fresh fruit and vegetables are being provided as an afternoon snack to students at 10 elementary schools — Alberta, Arcadia, Central, Martin Luther King Jr., Northington, Skyland, Southview, Tuscaloosa Magnet Elementary, University Place and Woodland Forrest. 18108
September 29th, 2012
Part of street to close for tailgating event - TUSCALOOSA | The portion of Sixth Street between the Tuscaloosa City Hall parking deck entrance and 21st Avenue and Seventh Street from 21st Avenue to 22nd Avenue will be closed through 3 a.m. Sunday. 18107
September 28th, 2012
Northport man charged with murder after death of elderly mother - Investigators with the Northport Police Department on Friday arrested a man who was indicted by a grand jury on murder charges in connection with the death of his 87-year-old mother. 18106
September 28th, 2012
John Merrill considers running for secretary of state - State Rep. John Merrill, R-Tuscaloosa, said Friday that he's considering running for statewide office in 2014. Merrill said he's received encouragement from various individuals and groups when he has spoken to them about the possibility of seeking the secretary of state job. 18105
September 28th, 2012
Three men, juvenile arrested on burglary charges - Three men and a juvenile face charges in separate arrests made Thursday and Friday. Tuscaloosa Police Department officers responded to call at 7:55 p.m. Thursday from a resident who had detained two burglary suspects in the 100 block of 30th Avenue NE. 18104
September 28th, 2012
Tailgate to display championship trophy - TUSCALOOSA | Crimson Tide fans will have an opportunity to have their picture taken with the 2012 national football championship trophy on Saturday at Government Plaza in downtown Tuscaloosa. 18103
September 28th, 2012
Applications to be accepted for Toys for Tots gifts - TUSCALOOSA | Applications to receive gifts from the Marine’s Toys for Tots campaign will be accepted next week. 18102
September 28th, 2012
Sprayberry sponsors annual tailgate fund-raiser - Northport’s Sprayberry Education Center will hold its fifth annual “Tailgating with the Stars in Title Town” fund-raiser from 6-9 p.m. Oct. 18 in the North Zone at Bryant-Denny Stadium. 18101
September 28th, 2012
PARA seeking nominees for parade grand marshal - TUSCALOOSA | The Tuscaloosa County Park and Recreation Authority is seeking nominees to be the grand marshal of the 37th annual West Alabama Christmas Parade. 18100
September 28th, 2012
Man sentenced to 41 years in armed robberies, escape - BIRMINGHAM | A federal judge Wednesday sentenced a Tuscaloosa man to 41 years in prison for armed robberies at two credit unions and escaping from custody, according to a news release from U.S. Attorney Joyce White Vance. 18099
September 28th, 2012
Northport couple charged in stabbing - TUSCALOOSA | A husband and wife stand accused of trying to kill a man after witnesses said they allegedly stabbed a Tuscaloosa resident multiple times on Wednesday. 18098
September 28th, 2012
University of Alabama researcher focuses on low birth weight babies - TUSCALOOSA | A University of Alabama researcher believes there is a strong correlation between a lack of prenatal care and low birth weight babies. She hopes to test her theory by developing prenatal clinics in several Alabama rural communities. 18097
September 28th, 2012
Students might get credit via new policy - TUSCALOOSA | Students in the Tuscaloosa City School System soon might be able to skip some core classes if a new credit advancement policy being developed gets approved. 18096
September 28th, 2012
Business loan applications are online - TUSCALOOSA | Applications for loans from the city’s revolving fund for businesses within the tornado recovery zone are now online. The 16-page document can be downloaded from the city of Tuscaloosa’s website, www.tuscaloosa.com. The document is near the bottom of the page below the “News and Announcements” heading. 18095
September 28th, 2012
New store showcases handmade wares made by local craftspeople - TUSCALOOSA | A new store featuring handmade items from area crafters and artists will open today at 401 22nd Ave. in downtown Tuscaloosa. 18094
September 28th, 2012
Dunkin' Donuts has plans for downtown Tuscaloosa - TUSCALOOSA | Downtown pastry lovers have a reason to celebrate now that a Dunkin' Donuts franchise is planned for Stillman Boulevard. Franchisee Sam Hakani of Duluth, Ga., is in the final stages of negotiations with Tuscaloosa developer Stan Pate for the purchase of the former Greyhound bus station next to Jimmy John's Gourmet Sandwiches. 18093
September 28th, 2012
State schools head wants pay increase for Alabama teachers - Alabama Superintendent of Education Tommy Bice said Thursday that he’ll seek raises for K-12 education employees in the budget lawmakers will begin debating in February. 18092
September 27th, 2012
Unsolved murders in Tuscaloosa County - Tuscaloosa County has seen 198 homicides since 2000. Twenty-six of those cases remain unsolved. Many of those involve robberies, fights and drive-by shootings. For some cases, the motive remains a mystery. 18091
September 27th, 2012
Moore, UA coaches receive raises, contract extensions - The University of Alabama Board of Trustees Compensation Committee approved new contracts for Director of Athletics Mal Moore and several UA coaches Thursday, including men's basketball coach Anthony Grant. 18090
September 27th, 2012
Ala. casino lobbyist gets probation - MONTGOMERY | The first person to plead guilty in Alabama’s gambling corruption investigation was sentenced to probation Tuesday for helping bring down two bigger players in a bribery scheme designed to keep electronic bingo casinos operating. 18089
September 27th, 2012
Charity accepting applications for assistance - 18088
September 27th, 2012
Concerts aim to halt bullying - TUSCALOOSA | Four local schools will host concerts next week as a reward for producing “Stop the Bullying” videos. 18087
September 27th, 2012
Gigis to hold princess party for menu debut - 18086
September 27th, 2012
I-20/59 maintenance will close outside lane - 18085
September 27th, 2012
Selma City Council halts work on statue - SELMA | The Selma City Council voted Tuesday night to stop work on a monument in honor of Confederate Civil War General Nathan Bedford Forrest at a city cemetery. 18084
September 27th, 2012
Sunland recalls peanut, almond butter in Ala. - 18083
September 27th, 2012
Tuscaloosa VA hospital cited for quality, safety - 18082
September 27th, 2012
Tuscaloosa woman, 32, indicted on fraud charges - 18081
September 27th, 2012
Unwanted drugs will be collected this Saturday - Area law enforcement agencies will collect unused and unwanted prescription drugs on Saturday as part of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency’s National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. 18080
September 27th, 2012
City considers banning certain businesses - TUSCALOOSA | Northport's recent move to temporarily ban businesses that some consider undesirable has prompted the city of Tuscaloosa to consider a similar move. 18079
September 27th, 2012
Stolen vehicle pulled from Sipsey River - A fisherman found a submerged vehicle Wednesday morning in the Sipsey River along Alabama Highway 140 in Buhl. Deputies with the Tuscaloosa County Sheriff's Office responded to the call. Members of the dive team got into the water, searched inside and around the vehicle and determined the vehicle was unoccupied. 18078
September 26th, 2012
Shelton State see drop in enrollment for fall semester - Shelton State Community College saw a small dip in enrollment this year, but not nearly what college administrators had predicted. As of Sept. 20, there were 5,235 students enrolled at Shelton State for Fall 2012, down 17 students from last year’s 5,252. 18077
September 26th, 2012
Englewood Elementary goes on lockdown after robbery at nearby Publix - A robbery at the Publix off Highway 69 South in Taylorville caused Englewood Elementary School to go on lockdown at about 8:45 a.m., according to school officials. 18076
September 26th, 2012
REVIEW: Simon's fable proves stupid can be fun - Walking into “Fools” is like stumbling across a previously unknown early novel by a favorite writer, despite the fact that it's mid-career (1981) Neil Simon. It's not the kind of work that would have made Simon's fortune or fame; at times it seems to be straining for its one-liners, or to plumb a theme deeper than “stupid is funny.” 18075
September 26th, 2012
UWA hosting conference for area educators - The University of West Alabama will host a Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics conference for area educators Oct. 5 at Bell Conference Center in Livingston. 18074
September 26th, 2012
Green County gets federal money for storm shelters - Greene County has received $79,928 in federal money for individual safe rooms/storm shelters that have been built at individual residences, the Greene County Commission announced Tuesday. 18073
September 26th, 2012
Three students vie for merit scholarships - TUSCALOOSA | The National Merit Scholarship Corp. announced Tuesday that three West Alabama high school seniors were selected as semifinalists in the 2013 National Achievement Scholarship Program. 18072
September 26th, 2012
REVIEW: Simons fable proves stupid can be fun - Walking into “Fools” is like stumbling across a previously unknown early novel by a favorite writer, despite the fact that it’s mid-career (1981) Neil Simon. It’s not the kind of work that would have made Simon’s fortune or fame; at times it seems to be straining for its one-liners, or to plumb a theme deeper than “stupid is funny.” 18071
September 26th, 2012
Committee approves mayor pay increase - TUSCALOOSA | The City Council’s Finance Committee voted unanimously Tuesday to raise the mayor’s salary, which would take effect after the next mayoral election. 18070
September 26th, 2012
Name change approved for school - Tuscaloosa Career & Technology Academy will be the name of the Tuscaloosa City School System’s new career technical school. The city school board unanimously approved the change at its Tuesday night meeting. 18069
September 26th, 2012
DCHs newest technology speeds up cancer treatment - TUSCALOOSA | It used to take about 30 minutes for patients with prostate cancer to receive radiation therapy at DCH Regional Medical Center. Now, with the help of new technology, it takes only one to two minutes. 18068
September 26th, 2012
Gas pump placement changes delayed - TUSCALOOSA | After hearing from 12 speakers and more than an hour of debate, the Tuscaloosa City Council on Tuesday decided to hold off on deciding where gas pumps should be placed at convenience stores built within the tornado recovery zone. 18067
September 26th, 2012
More than half of UA freshman from outside Alabama - Of the 6,397 first-time undergraduates attending the University of Alabama, 2,857 are from Alabama. The remaining 3,540, or 55 percent, are from other states or countries. The top-represented states, following Alabama, included Georgia with 543, Texas with 374, Florida with 362 and Tennessee with 303. There were also more than 100 students enrolled this fall from Illinois, California, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Virginia. 18066
September 25th, 2012
UA fraternity, Tide football player named in lawsuit - A federal lawsuit filed against Sigma Chi fraternity and University of Alabama football player Kelly Gregory Johnson alleges that Johnson assaulted a pledge at his home two years ago. 18065
September 25th, 2012
ThyssenKrupp to build $13M plant in Woodstock - ThyssenKrupp Materials North America announced Tuesday that it will build a $13 million facility in the Bibb County town of Woodstock that will create up to 45 new jobs, according to a news release from U.S. Rep. Spencer Bachus. 18064
September 25th, 2012
Alleged Auburn tree poisoner arrested in Louisiana - A University of Alabama football fan awaiting trial on charges on poisoning of Auburn's beloved trees at Toomer's Corner has been arrested in Louisiana following a dispute over a refund for a lawnmower. 18063
September 25th, 2012
Teenager charged with murder in Monday night shooting - A teenager was charged with murder Monday night after allegedly shooting someone who he believed abused his relative. Investigators say that the teen, a group of his friends and family beat, chased and shot Samuel Long, 39, at a home in the 100 block of 20th Avenue East. 18062
September 25th, 2012
Freed murder suspect returned to custody - 18061
September 25th, 2012
4 centers to be built at county schools - TUSCALOOSA | The Tuscaloosa County Board of Education on Monday approved building four activity centers following a spirited debate. The vote was 6-1. 18060
September 25th, 2012
Businesses can apply Oct. 1 for loans - TUSCALOOSA | Starting Monday, Oct. 1, City Hall will accept loan applications from businesses impacted by the April 27, 2011, tornado. 18059
September 25th, 2012
Help to avoid home repair scams available - 18058
September 25th, 2012
Marchers plan to protest Gen. Forrest statue - SELMA | Opponents of efforts to build a new monument to Confederate Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest plan to ask the Selma City Council to refuse to allow the new statue to be built. 18057
September 25th, 2012
Stillman College will host - 18056
September 25th, 2012
YMCA Hall of Fame banquet set for Oct. 6 - 18055
September 25th, 2012
Journalist Paul Davis, advocate for mental health, dies at 74 - Newspaper publisher and journalist Paul Davis, whose coverage of conditions at Bryce Hospital in the 1960s led to the reform of mental health hospitals across the country, died Sunday night. He was 74. 18054
September 25th, 2012
State, county want plan to ease Alabama Highway 69 traffic - TUSCALOOSA | State and county officials announced on Monday plans to study Alabama Highway 69 South and the roads and streets that feed into it with an eye to easing traffic congestion on the heavily used corridor. 18053
September 25th, 2012
Event commemorates lost miners - BROOKWOOD | It’s been 11 years since 13 miners lost their lives in Brookwood during the explosions at the Jim Walter Resources Blue Creek Mine No. 5. But while it has been more than a decade, the tragedy will never be forgotten, said Daryl Dewberry, international vice president for the United Mine Workers Southern District. 18052
September 24th, 2012
EDITORIAL: Band is part of UA football experience - 18051
September 24th, 2012
Public can learn how to stop home repair fraud - TUSCALOOSA | A free resource center for preventing home repair fraud will be open to the public from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. today at City Hall, 2201 University Blvd. 18050
September 24th, 2012
Exhibit shows different side of iconic artist Norman Rockwell - Norman Rockwell became the best-known artist of the 20th century through often-idyllic, usually whimsical paintings turned into 323 covers for the Saturday Evening Post, once the most widely circulated weekly magazine in the United States. 18049
September 24th, 2012
Forest cleaning event to be held in Brent - 18048
September 23rd, 2012
Lanes to be closed during I-20/59 work - 18047
September 23rd, 2012
County faces deadline for road grant - TUSCALOOSA | Tuscaloosa County has until Oct. 5 to submit a list of projects to the Alabama Department of Transportation to compete for possible road improvement grant money. 18046
September 23rd, 2012
Details for DUI law to be decided - MONGTOMERY | A new law requires that some people convicted of drunken driving install devices that prevent them from starting their vehicles if they have been drinking alcohol. 18045
September 23rd, 2012
COLLEGE NEWS: 9/23 - 18044
September 23rd, 2012
SCHOOL NEWS: 9/23 - 18043
September 23rd, 2012
LEND A HAND: Group raises goal to help maintain veterans park - TUSCALOOSA The Veterans Memorial Park Association has raised its trust fund’s endowment goal $600,000 to ensure a lasting tribute to veterans and finance the park’s maintenance. 18042
September 23rd, 2012
WISH LIST: 9/23 - 18041
September 23rd, 2012
TIME TO GIVE: 9/23 - 18040
September 23rd, 2012
Bentley backs amendment to allow borrowing for economic development - MOBILE | Alabama should approve a constitutional change allowing its government to borrow money to pay for economic development incentives, Gov. Robert Bentley said Friday. 18039
September 23rd, 2012
Fraternity shaves heads, fights cancer - TUSCALOOSA | William Overhultz was 8 years old when he learned his older sister had cancer. “She was 14 at the time,” the now 20-year-old University of Alabama junior said. “As a little brother, I had no idea what to do, how I could help.” 18038
September 23rd, 2012
Heinrich ready for new challenge - TUSCALOOSA | Shelton State Community College’s top official is about to embark on a new journey. Mark Heinrich will soon leave his post as the college’s president and step into a new role as chancellor of the state’s two-year college system, a move that comes with mixed feelings. 18037
September 23rd, 2012
Nursing schools struggle to keep up with demand - TUSCALOOSA | The demand for nurses far outweighs the supply, a gap that is expected to grow much larger as nursing school enrollment struggles to keep up with demand. 18036
September 23rd, 2012
Part of 13th Street to close Monday - 18035
September 22nd, 2012
Fire hydrants to be tested in Northport - 18034
September 22nd, 2012
Pickens County to get federal disaster aid - President Barack Obama on Friday afternoon approved federal disaster aid for Pickens, Mobile and Baldwin counties. The declaration covers damage caused by Hurricane Isaac, which hit the U.S. Gulf Coast in late August. 18033
September 22nd, 2012
Rule may limit low-cost pet clinics - MONTGOMERY | Supporters of four low-cost pet sterilization clinics say action next month by the Alabama State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners could close the clinics and force some pet owners to choose between higher-cost sterilization or unwanted puppies and kittens. 18032
September 22nd, 2012
West Alabama's jobless numbers improve - The Tuscaloosa area's employment picture improved in August, while the state as a whole saw the opposite result. 18031
September 22nd, 2012
83 students opt for school choice - TUSCALOOSA | A total of 83 students in the Tuscaloosa city and county school systems opted for school choice this school year, which means they will leave their home schools to transfer to schools that are performing better academically. 18030
September 22nd, 2012
Amphibians help Matthews students learn about science - NORTHPORT | Wide-eyed students with big smiles stared at white buckets brought over to the students' tables in Ashley Davidson's fourth-grade class at Matthews Elementary School. 18029
September 22nd, 2012
Tailgate event to affect access to some streets - TUSCALOOSA | The city of Tuscaloosa Department of Transportation will close Sixth Street between 21st and 23rd Avenue. 18028
September 21st, 2012
Tide fan charged in tree case gets new lawyers - OPELIKA | The University of Alabama fan awaiting trial on charges of poisoning Auburn University’s landmark oak trees has new lawyers, meaning his trial could be delayed again. 18027
September 21st, 2012
Publication names Maddox municipal leader of the year - Maddox was named Municipal Leader of the Year by American City and County, a publication for local and state governmental officials since 1909. He was one of more than 100 nominees across the country. Leaders at the University of Alabama had nominated Maddox, noting his work in the wake of the April 27, 2011 tornado. 18026
September 21st, 2012
Weaver Bolden branch library to hold open house - TUSCALOOSA | The Tuscaloosa Public Library invites the public to a community conversation and open house from 2-4 p.m. Sept. 30 at the Weaver Bolden branch, 2522 Lanier Ave. 18025
September 21st, 2012
Hunt Refining plans $11 million expansion - TUSCALOOSA | Hunt Refining Co. plans to expand the rail lines coming into its Tuscaloosa oil refinery on Fairlawn Road. 18024
September 21st, 2012
Superintendent proposes name for new tech school - TUSCALOOSA | Tuscaloosa Career & Technology Academy was recommended Thursday night as the name for the new Tuscaloosa City Schools’ technical school. 18023
September 21st, 2012
Driver sought in hit-and-run on Interstate 459 - Authorities in Jefferson County are still working to identify a driver who hit and seriously injured a highway worker in August. 18022
September 21st, 2012
University of West Alabama grant to help workers - The University of West Alabama has received a $2.2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Labor in an effort to improve workforce training. 18021
September 21st, 2012
Program boosts young entrepreneurs - TUSCALOOSA | A new program designed to get middle and high school students interested in entrepreneurship is being started at the University of Alabama in partnership with the Chamber of Commerce of West Alabama. 18020
September 21st, 2012
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