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Officer who ejected smoking Alabama fan from Bryant-Denny did nothing wrong, police say

A woman was escorted out of Bryant-Denny Stadium on Saturday after she refused to extinguish her cigarette in front of a police officer. (Barstool Alabama video) Tuscaloosa police say an officer who removed a cigarette-smoking Alabama fan from the football stadium did nothing wrong. The Tuscaloosa

AL.COM - 2017-11-25 01:54:16

Y's Men's Club begins annual Christmas tree sale

A Tuscaloosa Christmas holiday fixture is back. The Tuscaloosa YMCA Men's Club on Friday began its annual Christmas tree sale at the old Fire College lot off McFarland Boulevard by University Mall and Snow Hinton Park. The sale will continue through the December holiday. Prices range from $40 to $25

TUSCALOOSA NEWS - 2017-11-25 01:09:34

New restaurant specializes in Vietnamese cuisine

A restaurant that owners say is the first and only option for Vietnamese cuisine in Tuscaloosa has opened in Midtown Village. Annie Tran and her husband are one of three couples who partnered up to open, own and operate Pho Town. "It's a partnership between three friends," Tran said. "We decided to

TUSCALOOSA NEWS - 2017-11-24 22:49:21

Annual Thanksgiving meal brings in large crowd

For the eighth Thanksgiving in a row, Chuck's Fish feasted with rich and poor alike, those without means, those lacking families to share the day with, those who'd simply rather not cook and clean at home, and more who come for the warmth of the Tuscaloosa tradition, to dine amongst a diverse cross-

TUSCALOOSA NEWS - 2017-11-24 17:00:00

UA students provide Thanksgiving meals for soup bowl

In what's become a family holiday ritual, University of Alabama senior Juan Carrasquilla helped deliver pans of food donated by fellow students to the East Tuscaloosa Community Soup Bowl for the nonprofit's annual Thanksgiving meal. "It is amazing that it is the fifth year already. I have been reall

TUSCALOOSA NEWS - 2017-11-23 12:00:00

Dance coach is a UA fixture

As the daughter of University of Alabama employees, former Crimsonette Brandi Freeman grew up in the Crimson Tide heartland watching football on Saturdays. "We were huge Bama fans," she said. In Bryant-Denny Stadium on Saturdays, her father would hand her his binoculars to look at the field. "Being

TUSCALOOSA NEWS

FRESH AND LOCAL: November 22 | What's at the farmers markets this week

Local items available at the farmers markets this week: Beef Broccoli Collards Dog treats Eggs Honey Kale Lettuce Mustard greens Okra Oranges Peanuts Peas Pork Pumpkins Sweet potatoes Tomatoes Turnip greens Baked goods, variety of fresh frozen vegetables, homemade ice cream, fresh

TUSCALOOSA NEWS

Donor milk will benefit premature infants

The DCH Health System has launched a donor breast milk program that will benefit premature infants in the neonatal intensive care units at DCH Regional Medical Center and Northport Medical Center. "This is an easy and safe outlet for mothers to donate their unused breast milk to babies who need it t

TUSCALOOSA NEWS

Woman wanted for questioning in Bellport robbery, police say

Police want to question Quaneshia Skinner in regards to a robbery in Bellport on Sept. 15, 2017. Photo Credit: SCPD A 21-year-old woman has been placed on the Suffolk County police "Most Wanted" list because detectives want to question her about a September robbery in Bellport, the department said

NEWSDAY - 2017-11-24 22:55:39

Shelter was warned about resident accused in attack, ex-employees say

Former manager and a caseworker wrote that they were concerned about veteran's mental health before he allegedly assaulted another resident in Yaphank. Michael Hunter is led out of the Sixth Precinct in Selden for arraignment in July 2017. Photo Credit: James Carbone Administrators of the Suffolk

NEWSDAY - 2017-11-24 18:36:00

Letter: Delaying zoning changes makes sense

To the Editors: Zoning regulations in town would already permit age-restricted housing. For example, any of the cluster housing developments that already exist near Town Center, such as Avalon, Village Walk, Glen River, River Ridge or Wilton Crest, could have been built to serve seniors. Regarding t

WILTONBULLETIN.COM - 2017-11-24 12:00:41

Hamptons and North Fork Kids Events This Weekend: November 25-29

Enrich your kids' lives with these great events in the Hamptons and North Fork this weekend, November 25-27, 2017. Find more events at Events.DansPapers.com. THEATER The Three Little Pigs Build a Better House When: November 25, 11 a.m. Where: Bay Street Theater, 1 Bay Street, Sag Harbor What: The th

DANSPAPERS.COM - 2017-11-24 08:00:00

MTA: LIRR Ronkonkoma branch delays after train hits car in Medford

A car on the tracks in Medford was struck by a train Friday night, MTA officials said. The Long Island Rail Road warned of delays on the Ronkonkoma branch after a westbound train hit the vehicle about 6:15 p.m., at a crossing just west of the LIRR station, officials said. So far, that train, the 6 p

NEWSDAY - 2017-11-25 00:08:03

After a lifetime of giving, Long Island woman gets the gift of hearing

Sally Lepis, 102, received new hearing aids for the first time in decades, after her family wanted to honor her for taking care of those in need. Sally Lepis of Selden gets hearing aids from audiologist Paula LaMendola. Photo Credit: Genser Dubow Genser & Cona Sally Lepis, 102, has spent a lifetim

NEWSDAY - 2017-11-24 10:00:00

Shop 'Til You Drop: Digest These Post-Thanskgiving Day Deals

It's difficult to boil down all the post Turkey Day deals for your home and your loved ones to one page, but we tried. In Home, at 132 Main Street in Sag Harbor, is offering 30% off select Queen or King Magniflex mattresses through December 1. inhomesagharbor.com New studies show that having a dog i

DANSPAPERS.COM - 2017-11-24 08:00:00

Editorial: After 51 years, still no closure for Louise Pietrewicz's family

On Oct. 26, The Suffolk Times and the Riverhead News-Review published a special section on the story of Louise Pietrewicz, who disappeared Oct. 6, 1966, never to be seen or heard from again. Louise was born in Sagaponack, a farming community on the South Fork, and in 1950 married a Cutchogue farmer

RIVERHEAD NEWS-REVIEW - 2017-11-24 10:57:33

Redmond architect has plans for old City Hall site

REDMOND, Ore. - The city of Redmond is continuing to revitalize its downtown core, and there could be big changes coming to the old City Hall site. Over the summer, the Redmond Urban Renewal Agency asked for proposals. Bill Schertzinger, an architect and longtime Redmond resident, had some initial

KTVZ

Woman and teen killed in crash south of Corvallis

Woman, teen were killed Wednesday when a Jeep SUV struck this car, a Saturn, on Hwy, 99 south of Corvallis (Photo: Benton County Sheriff's Office) CORVALLIS, Ore. (AP) - Authorities say a woman from Molalla and a 16-year-old boy have been identified as the people who died in a collision Wednesday a

KTVZ - 2017-11-24 06:17:19

Pedestrian struck, killed on Cline Falls Highway

Cline Falls Highway west of Redmond was closed after fatal vehicle-pedestrian crash Friday evening (Photo: Steve Kaufmann/KTVZ.COM) REDMOND, Ore. - A pedestrian was struck and fatally injured by a vehicle on Cline Falls Highway west of Redmond early Friday evening, closing the road as an investigati

KTVZ - 2017-11-25 02:11:56

CERT called out in NE Bend domestic assault

A reported domestic assault with an injured victim at a northeast Bend home late Friday afternoon prompted a street closure and partial activation of the Central Oregon Emergency Response Team, police confirmed. Police Lt. Clint Burleigh said a search warrant was being executed at a home in the 900

KTVZ - 2017-11-25 01:20:38