Tuscaloosa's Riverwalk continues to expand, with a half-mile added last year and more to come.
Education, automotive, health care, tourism and more anchor the Tuscaloosa County economy.
Seven medical facilities serve residents and visitors of Tuscaloosa County.
The individuals who help shape the communities in Tuscaloosa County, including Dr. Stuart Bell, president of the University of Alabama.
Tuscaloosa County and the cities of Tuscaloosa and Northport are making improvements to parks, housing, schools and the airport, among others.
Three institutions of higher learning provide certificate and degree options for area residents, including Shelton State Community College.
Museums, historic places, trails and sports attract visitors to the area.
These two north central Alabama counties are home to a variety of industries, recreational opportunities and other amenities.
Aerospace and aviation, metals, chemicals, automotive and more make up Limestone and Morgan counties' economies.
Two hospitals serve residents and visitors of Limestone and Morgan counties.