Month: September 2017

Survey says … you can help with urban trail project plan

Dennis Madsen, the director of Urban and Long Range Planning for the City of Huntsville, has coined an appropriate phrase....

Municipal Court judges reached verdict at young age to make a difference

For Sybil Cleveland, it was a middle school epiphany, strengthened by a dedication to honor her parents. For Jeff Grimes...

Welcome to a new era of leadership in space

In just one week, Huntsville hosted separate visits by President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence. President Trump’s visit...

Cross country debut event draws 1,200 runners to John Hunt Park

The biggest problem was parking spaces became scarce. That, and one of those “only going to pop up in remote...

Huntsville tethers International Space Station to Earth

Shane Kimbrough has walked in space six times. So you’ll understand that he hasn’t had the movie “Gravity” as part...

New canoeing access site on Flint River unveiled

A journey on some of the 40 navigable miles of the Flint River and a ride through the heart of...

A Crimson ride through 566 consecutive Alabama games for City’s Tommy Ray

The first thing you need to know is that Tommy Ray is not one of those fans. He doesn’t wear...

Youth football participation still strong in Huntsville

The organized chaos is still there, with big helmets bobbing above shoulder pads that hang like awnings over the small...

When will my road get resurfaced?

There are more than 2,300 lane miles of paved road within the City of Huntsville. That’s enough to stretch from...

Here’s what you can do in the event of flooding

The recent hurricanes that struck Texas and Florida were reminders of the powerful force of Mother Nature and her crippling...