“It’s going to be difficult with my nieces and nephews, but I do love Christmas,” Davis said. “And I don’t want to leave anyone out.”
This week’s One Class at a Time winner might be used to this winning feeling.
Brand new restaurants and major retailers are coming to Tuscaloosa by October 2015.
The team is considering selling everything from bar stools to bedframes to old gift cards.
Its not even Thanksgiving, but already, some families are preparing for the big expense of Christmas.
Muhammad, a teacher at Bush K8 school, says many of her students cannot afford supplies.
They’ve been eating in and not going out and have been enjoying being able to see how much they have been able to save.
BAY MINETTE, Ala. (AP) – By most accounts, 19-year-old Brittney Wood was with uncle Donnie Holland the night of May 30, 2012, the last time …
This week’s One Class at a Time winner is a teacher who wants to use robots to help his students’ careers.
Davis just took a part-time job at a jewelry store, and her credit card debt is shrinking.
“Computers are mind tools, and I think we need to get our students more engaged with technology, not just to make presentations, but to get …
“The Hines team is doing awesome. They are really taking the steps necessary to be successful with the [eCO Savings Race],” said Jamie Witte…
This weeks One Class at a Time winner goes to a PE coach finding unique ways to motivate his students.
Kathryn Davis has cut up her credit cards and is saving for her upcoming wedding. Davis says she’s paying for her upcoming wedding in cash.
This week’s One Class at a Time winner goes to a teacher, who, when the time came, decided to reinvent herself.