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|Tuscaloosa car dealer, civic leader Bill DeLoach dies at 90 - Tuscaloosa News (subscription)|
|Tuscaloosa car dealer, civic leader Bill DeLoach dies at 90Tuscaloosa News (subscription)“He always wanted to do the right thing,” said Ken Swindle, a retired Tuscaloosa police chief and personal friend. “He believed in treating people fairly. ... “He once told me it was not how many cars he sold that mattered but how you treat people when ...and more »
|Tuscaloosa Fire Rescue gets an Alternative Response Unit - FOX6 WBRC - MyFoxAL.com|
|Tuscaloosa Fire Rescue gets an Alternative Response UnitFOX6 WBRC - MyFoxAL.comTUSCALOOSA, AL (WBRC) - Firefighters and paramedics don't answer every call in a fire truck or ambulance. This week in Tuscaloosa, one first responder started showing up in an SUV. Brett Garrett, a 19 year veteran of Tuscaloosa Fire Rescue, volunteered ...Smoke from house fire in Parkside area of Tuscaloosa seen for milesTuscaloosa News (subscription)all 4 news articles »
|Tuscaloosa firefighters build wheelchair ramp for resident in need - FOX6 WBRC - MyFoxAL.com|
|Tuscaloosa firefighters build wheelchair ramp for resident in needFOX6 WBRC - MyFoxAL.comSome firefighters in Tuscaloosa do more than fight fires. In fact, on Thursday morning several of them worked on their off day replacing a worn out wooden wheelchair ramp so an elderly woman living in a house on Oak Street could come and go safely.
|Police cars, street repairs on agenda for extra city money in Tuscaloosa - Tuscaloosa News (subscription)|
|Police cars, street repairs on agenda for extra city money in TuscaloosaTuscaloosa News (subscription)Of this, Maddox has proposed that $555,000 go toward replacing outdated vehicles at the Tuscaloosa Police Department. The mayor laid out his plan for the savings during his proposal for the fiscal 2015 budget. At the time, the refinancing details were ...and more »
|Tuscaloosa City Council OKs 640-home residential project - Tuscaloosa News|
|Tuscaloosa City Council OKs 640-home residential projectTuscaloosa NewsA new 282-acre subdivision in north Tuscaloosa was given unanimous approval Tuesday night by the City Council. Estimated at $20 million before the construction of the planned 640 single-family homes and 18 townhouses, its completion is expected to take ...