Month: May 2017

Meet Scott Cardno – Huntsville’s newest Director of Natural Resources

He’s only recently gotten an office with a view. From the old one, he could look out over a parking...

Balancing it all in City Hall

There is a constant challenge in the workplace to juggle the responsibilities between work and home. In the first part...

The economic impact of embracing adaptive reuse in buildings

Pizzelle’s (pictured above) and Mr. Jim Hudson, the mastermind behind Lowe Mill, were honored last week with the Mayor’s #ThisPlaceMattersHsv...

PHOTO GALLERY: Huntsville Police Memorial Service

This week marks National Police Week, an observance signed into law by President Kennedy in 1962. Each day this week,...

Becoming an Officer: Getting in gear

This week marks National Police Week, an observance signed into law by President Kennedy in 1962. Each day this week,...

All about respect: Serving on the HPD Honor Guard

Joe Abernathy, current HPD officer serving on the Honor Guard, wears the same badge as his late father, Bobby. Joe...

Get to know HPD ‘Ranger of the Year’ Juan Zapata

This week marks National Police Week, an observance signed into law by President Kennedy in 1962. Each day this week,...

The Freemans: A family dedicated to public service

This week marks National Police Week, an observance signed into law by President Kennedy in 1962. Each day this week,...

5 Reasons to Celebrate Travel and Tourism in Huntsville

Fun fact: May 7-13 was National Travel and Tourism Week. National Travel and Tourism Week is a campaign administered by...

Call it collaboration: Huntsville’s preservation successes a result of partnership

These old buildings weren’t built by one person. Nor are they remaining alive and vibrant just because of one entity....