Year In Review: Our Favorite Tuscaloosa Headlines From 2020

Ryan Phillips

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — It's been a turbulent year for many not just in Tuscaloosa, but across the globe as 2020 finally comes to a close. So in looking back over the year that was, we decided to compile a Top 10 list of our favorite headlines that we believe best captured the spirit of our community in 2020. We hope you enjoyed these stories as much as we did and thank you for reading as we enter a new year.

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Here's our Top 10 favorite stories from 2020 published on Tuscaloosa Patch

  1. COLUMN: The Apostle Of Bojangles'

  2. Life Of Roadblocks Doesn't Slow Down Miata Racer, Crime Fighter

  3. DCH Physician Receives Tuscaloosa's First Coronavirus Vaccination

  4. Story To Tell: Disabled Cottondale Man Hopes Books Touch Others

  5. Aliceville Honors Memory Of TPD Officer Killed In Line Of Duty

  6. City Bans Police Chokeholds, Approves Unbiased Policing Measures

  7. First Woman Elected Mayor Of Northport Reflects At End Of Term

  8. Work Set To Begin On Tuscaloosa All-Inclusive Playground

  9. Archibald's Owner Reflects On Election Win, Talks Plans

  10. Crimson Tide Football Players March For Racial Equality

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This article originally appeared on the Tuscaloosa Patch