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The finish line is in sight at
John Hunt Park
Runners get into place at the starting line, fresh from the bullpen. A loud shot rings and they’re off! Streaming...
Years in the making, Hampton Cove Recreation Center is headed to Taylor Road
A brand new City of Huntsville recreation center is coming to East Huntsville, a move expected to score big with...
Summer jazz performers take music lessons to City schools
The 2018 Jazz in the Park-Huntsville is rapidly becoming one of the hottest summer concert series in town. Crowds of...
What’s going on at the Moon?
Construction is set to start in September to begin creating the Sandra Moon Community Complex – fondly dubbed as “The...
It’s a dog’s life for K9 cops in action
The sun beats down on the grassy fields at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center and intermittent barking fills the air....
Answering the call to be the best: Inside HPD’s recruitment campaign
Distinct sirens advancing from the distance. Red and blue flashes illuminating the neighborhood. Huntsville’s finest bring a glimmer of hope...
How city planning is like designing new missiles…and not because it’s a blast
One of the parts of my job as Mayor I enjoy most is getting out of the office and meeting...
‘Real Talk’ in Huntsville City Schools
“It takes a village to raise a child, and it takes a community to raise a school” During her many...
September Sundays – Cool Jazz in the Park
German philosopher, cultural critic, and poet Friedrich Nietzsche famously said: “Without music, life would be a mistake.” The organizers of...
Intern Retrospective: Ashley McCarley “Never a boring day”
Applications for the 2019 City of Huntsville intern class are open through March 15, 2019. Apply. My experience interning with the City...