Each week we’ve watched each of the four teams in the eCO Savings Race as they compete to save money. This week it is the coaches’ turn to g…
This week’s One Class at a Time winner goes to a 41-year teaching veteran in her final year in the classroom.
Cooking can be really expensive, especially when trying to eat health and prepare for the holidays. But meal budgeting with the envelope sys…
A body was discovered inside of a burning van off of a dirt road in Brookwood, Thursday morning.
This week’s One Class at a Time winner shows how gardening can teach skills for life.
“It’s going to be wonderful when January rolls around and we don’t have more credit card bills for Christmas,” said Shannon Rich.
This week’s One Class at a Time winner decided it was time for her class to get to the cutting edge of video technology.
Math teacher Terri Germany says the numbers don’t add up right now. She wants to purchase 150 graphing calculators since 150 juniors are tak…
“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.