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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...
Growing a greener downtown
The economic resurgence in downtown Huntsville is bringing residential and commercial development to the area, enticing millennials and seniors alike...
Five years later, Downtown Huntsville earns a big high five
2018 was another fantastic year for Downtown Huntsville, Inc., filled with remarkable successes on many different fronts. For starters, DHI...
Your City, Your Symphony
In December 1954, cellist Alvin Dreger received an unexpected phone call from a colleague in Montevallo. “Let’s organize a symphony...
Ways to honor our veterans
This Veteran’s Day, on Nov. 12, marks the 100th anniversary of the end of the first world war. In Huntsville, we...
The finish line is in sight at John Hunt Park
Runners get into place at the starting line, fresh from the bullpen. A loud shot rings and they’re off! Streaming...
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...
Summer jazz performers take music lessons to City schools
The 2018 Jazz in the Park-Huntsville is rapidly becoming one of the hottest summer concert series in town. Crowds of...
September Sundays – Cool Jazz in the Park
German philosopher, cultural critic, and poet Friedrich Nietzsche famously said: “Without music, life would be a mistake.” The organizers of...
Investing in play – the powerful magic of city parks
Investing in our city parks is an investment in us. Our parks are places where we make connections and memories,...