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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...
Respecting cemeteries through the holiday season
The holiday season is an important time for Huntsville’s cemeteries. From honoring our military heroes at Maple Hill and Glenwood...
Fighting for Animal Welfare
Huntsville Animal Services provides a safety net for lost and homeless pets and is committed to sustaining the City’s goal...
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...
Creating a better world through affordable housing
To afford fair market rent for a two-bedroom unit in Huntsville, a resident must bring home at least $13.79 per...
There’s a lot to love about Jemison’s tennis team
It’s a golden afternoon at the Huntsville Tennis Club and laughter rings out across the courts. For the Jemison varsity...
Bringing honor to Huntsville’s forgotten in Glenwood Cemetery
There is no place where I get a greater sense of Huntsville’s past than walking through Glenwood Cemetery. As Huntsville’s...
City – County collaboration pays dividends despite confusing geography
You know Venn diagrams. The tidy little graphics where circles intersect, where shared territory is noted and where they stand...