Tuscaloosa County Takes The Spotlight for Commercial

Denny Chimes, an enduring symbol of Alabama’s first public university, was erected in 1929 to honor President George H. Denny, under whose leadership the University of Alabama gained national prominence. Tuscaloosa County is rising rapidly from the April 2011 tornado that destroyed 12 percent of the city of Tuscaloosa. Just about every sector, from housing…

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