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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...
Keeping a watchful eye on crime
New crime-fighting technology is changing the way Huntsville police protect and serve the community. The Huntsville Police Department recently installed...
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...
‘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...
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...