All Posts

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....

Meet the Women Leaders of Huntsville’s City Hall

(Left to Right) Kelly Schrimsher, Dr. Jennie Robinson, Dr. Karen Sheppard, Joy Mckee, Peggy Sargent, Michelle Jordan.  (Center) Kathy Martin...

How “To Build a Fire” inspired Parks & Recreation’s Ray Greene

In conjunction with Mayor Battle’s Book Club event, we asked City of Huntsville employees to tell us their favorite books...

Huntsville’s National Cyber Summit to feature ‘Cyber Cup’ Competition

The theory is, take something that’s gravely serious, put a fun twist on it, then more people become eager to...

Memory Lane: Favorite books from our childhood

In conjunction with Mayor Battle’s Book Club event, we asked City of Huntsville employees to tell us their favorite books...

My views on leadership – Trey Riley

Name: Trey Riley Age: 61 Title: City Attorney Family: Wife Emily, son Logan Education: University Place Elementary, Evangel School, Westlawn...

Let’s play! Soccer at John Hunt Park

Don’t wear socks, you tell people. And they think you’re crazy. Then they don’t … and you aren’t. They heed...

Becoming an officer: Trial by fire

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

Paying our respects at Glenwood Cemetery

Those buried in Glenwood Cemetery have a history unlike any other in our city. An African American Cemetery founded by...