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TODAY IN TUSCALOOSA

Saturday, February 23, 2019

Farmers Market

The Tuscaloosa farmers market is located at the River Market on Jack Warner Blvd. Come see us today between 7 a.m. and noon.

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Downtown Entertainment District

Explore beautiful downtown Tuscaloosa! The Downtown Entertainment District is active today from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.

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Parks and Recreation

Explore the outdoors in one of PARA's six activity centers or 35+ parks encompassing over 2,000 acres.

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Stay weather-aware today, Tuscaloosa. City officials are monitoring the potential for severe weather later tonight… https://t.co/K6tHIdYHTv about 2 hours ago
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City of Tuscaloosa Seeks Acts for Fifth Annual Live at the Plaza Concert Series

February 20, 2019
The City of Tuscaloosa will host musical acts in Government Plaza as part of the fifth annual Live at the Plaza concert series. The concerts will take place every Friday night in June and July.
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Mayor Walt Maddox names Carly Standridge as next City Clerk

February 4, 2019
Mayor Walt Maddox has appointed the City’s current internal auditor, Carly Standridge to replace Mark Fields as city clerk, effective March 1, 2019.
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City of Tuscaloosa to Host 13th Annual Mayor’s Cup 5K

January 19, 2019
Since the inaugural Mayor’s Cup in 2007, the race has raised more than $272,000 for the Tuscaloosa Pre-K Initiative, which aims to expand education and health services for academically at-risk children and their families.
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