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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...
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...
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...
Growing a greener downtown
The economic resurgence in downtown Huntsville is bringing residential and commercial development to the area, enticing millennials and seniors alike...
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...
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...
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...
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...
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...
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...