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Intern Retrospective: Sierra Bernard “Meant to help others”
Applications for the 2019 City of Huntsville intern class are open through March 15, 2019. Apply. As a young bright-eyed and...
Giving shelter pets the best possible care and a second chance
Kelly Jo Gunn was working as a hairdresser when one of her clients convinced her to volunteer at Huntsville Animal...
John Stallworth Foundation changes student lives
He was late to football and deemed too small to play for the city’s powerhouse high school program. He went...
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...
Huntsville Police honors officers for extraordinary service
Huntsville Police Officer Caleb Freeman well knew the address when he heard the call. Two of his fellow officers, relatively...
Keeping your dream home project from becoming a nightmare
Thinking about that dream renovation for your home, but don’t know where to start? May is Building Safety Month, and...
Designing a fast track for success with a STEM education
Huntsville is proud to be a leader in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) – and we...
Partnership for Drug-Free Community fighting opioid war with proactive attack
Sadly, much of the war against drug addiction is waged well after the damage has been done. Families and resource-thin...
Come fly with me! Southeast airport executives descend on Huntsville
As our area continues to grow, more and more eyes are on the Rocket City. This week, Huntsville has the...
Alabama’s spelling bee champion and Huntsvillian Erin Howard says libraries changed her life
Erin Howard, a seventh-grader at Mountain Gap School, will travel to Washington, D.C., in May to compete for the third...