Kelly Schrimsher

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Seeing the future
in Huntsville’s historic districts

They’ve certainly got style. Queen Anne and Antebellum, Federal and Victorian, Italianate and Bungalow –  the pride of Huntsville’s downtown...
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City to expand public transit service

Saturday service and extended hours of operation are two of the recommendations coming from the City of Huntsville’s Public Transit...
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Starting a new legacy at Johnson

There’s a new vibe coming to the former Johnson High campus in North Huntsville. The City is spending $5.25 million...
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Growing a greener downtown

The economic resurgence in downtown Huntsville is bringing residential and commercial development to the area, enticing millennials and seniors alike...
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City to add more downtown parking with Greene Street deck

A new 490-space parking garage is coming to downtown Huntsville. The municipal garage will be built in 2019 on a...
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What we’ll miss most about Council President Mark Russell

One of the City of Huntsville’s greatest leaders is stepping down November 5. Council President Mark Russell will leave his...
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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...
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Improving use and experience for public transit

When viewed in national rankings, Huntsville’s approximate population of 200,000 places the city in a “mid-tier” category. Yet, when viewed...
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Changing the face and pace of John Hunt Park

Bulldozers are blazing and John Hunt Park is going through its most significant overhaul in decades. It’s a big milestone...
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The business of making Huntsville a music city

Huntsville’s music and cultural scene has been enjoying a modest surge in recent years with new performers taking to the...