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      Tuscaloosa Police Chief Candidates Selected

      February 6, 2020
      The City of Tuscaloosa is in the process of hiring a new Chief of Police for the Tuscaloosa Police Department. Former Chief of Police, Steve Anderson, retired on Aug. 30, 2019, and Assistant Chief Mitt Tubbs was selected to serve as interim chief.
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      City of Tuscaloosa Seeks Acts for Sixth Annual Live at the Plaza Concert Series

      February 4, 2020
      The City of Tuscaloosa will host musical acts in Government Plaza as part of the sixth annual Live at the Plaza concert series. The concerts will take place every Friday night in June and July, as well as select dates in the fall.
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      City of Tuscaloosa to Host Tree Seedling Giveaway at Tuscaloosa River Market

      February 4, 2020
      The City of Tuscaloosa will partner with the Alabama Power Service Organization and the Alabama Forestry Commission to give out 5,000 bare root tree seedlings in honor of Arbor Week.
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