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Harrison Brothers a must-see historic site after 123 years in business

Long before she was manager of Harrison Brothers Hardware, Cheryl Sexton said the downtown store held a special place in...
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#ThisPlaceMattersHsv: Central YMCA building has fascinating history

Note: This is the first blog in a series this month for #ThisPlaceMattersHsv. Check back every Friday at 10 a.m....
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Huntsville’s shift in economic development strategy shows
promising results

A recent report from the Alabama Department of Commerce offers some good news for the City of Huntsville. In 2019,...
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Good news: Less traffic accelerates Huntsville road projects

As more people stay home due to COVID-19, the City of Huntsville’s Traffic Engineering Department has stayed busy. Traffic has...
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Huntsville retailers work to safely reopen after COVID-19 shutdown

Huntsville retailers are breathing a sigh of relief as they begin to re-launch amid COVID-19. Governor Kay Ivey announced this...
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How to make a cloth face covering during COVID-19

Once dismissed as ineffective, face coverings now play a critical role in helping to stop COVID-19 from spreading. The Alabama...
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Biking in Huntsville connects the City

Huntsville’s entrepreneurial ingenuity during the COVID-19 outbreak has been outstanding. From 3D printing face coverings to producing hand sanitizer to...
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A new normal with COVID-19: Huntsville health leaders define next steps

Our knowledge of COVID-19 is rapidly evolving, but one thing is abundantly clear. As officials finalize plans to reopen the...
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On the front lines of COVID-19: 5 stories of essential workers in Huntsville

They don’t serve in the military, but they’re on the front lines each day. Armed with face masks and gloves,...
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Lost your job due to COVID-19? Program offers relief for service workers

COVID-19 has devastated the restaurant industry, forcing many eateries to close or shift their operations entirely. With a stay-at-home order...