Month: April 2017

Danny Brazelton of Handi-Ride

This is a monthly series introducing you to City employees and their stories. Four-thirty in the morning and Danny Brazelton’s keys...

Why small business is really big business

Small business has always been a major part of my life. My dad was a small business owner. As a...

Mayor Battle launches #ThisPlaceMattersHsv campaign

Brandon Kruse was looking for somewhere affordable and convenient and sturdy and conducive to collaboration. But, mostly, affordable. He admitted...

Huntsville hosting #TBEX is a big deal. Here’s why.

The forecast: Widely scattered flurries of the #iHeartHsv and #TBEX hashtags sweeping the globe. More than 600 travel bloggers, journalists...

35 things to know about #Panoply2017

It’s some little-known Huntsville lore, how its biggest-known arts event got its unique moniker. The original co-chairs, Carla King and...

Life as a duck in Huntsville’s Big Spring Park

Not a bad life, you have to figure. Nice big pool to splash around in, surrounded by lots of friends...

My views on leadership – Joy McKee

Name: Joy McKee Title: Director of Landscape Management, Green Team and Cemeteries Family:  Husband Tim, children Dean, Jared and Kristen,...

Falling in love…with the Lombardo building

Though I’ve driven past hundreds of times, suddenly my attention was stolen by the bone-colored block letters on the brick...

Get on the bus for Earth Day

Xantheia Watkins had a project due, an interest and experience in urban planning and a calendar. Earth Day was approaching,...

Becoming an officer: It’s starting to feel real

The Huntsville Police Department’s new Academy class is underway, with the 18-week process ending in July. We’ll regularly follow four...