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Preservation Partnership: Land Trust to open new trails, create more connectivity
For those who think of Land Trust preservation projects as merely serpentine trails through hilly forests, consider this: Hiking. Disc...
9 reasons to celebrate Earth Day with Operation Green Team
On April 21 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Hays Nature Preserve, celebrate Earth Day with Operation Green Team!...
I surrender! How Huntsville Animal Services is tackling influx of owner surrenders
The 13-year-old schnauezer mix sits in Karen Sheppard’s lap and props her chin on the arm of the wicker chair,...
How you can help keep Huntsville beautiful
If you see it, pick it up! You’ve heard Operation Green Team talk about this a lot. Our primary mission...
Aging in place: Connectivity key for successful communities
They’re as drastically different as, well, smartphones and rotary dial, as Instagram and snail-mail. But they are the two largest...
Giving back: Generosity of Havoc and its fans give Huntsville a big win
City Blog is taking a look at the good work performed by corporate citizens. Today: The Huntsville Havoc, the professional...
‘Iron Bowl of Gymnastics’ headed to Huntsville, along with 1,000-plus other gymnasts
“Elevate the Stage” might be the event’s official title. But the fans from the respective institutions might prefer an alternate...
Proposed ‘Singing River Trail’ could connect communities with 70-mile greenway
Funny how an almost-straight line has turned long and serpentine. The idea was simple: a “Calhoun-to-Calhoun” greenway, a path that...
Making a big splash for the economy — and for residents — at Huntsville Aquatics Center
At the official grand opening of the Huntsville Aquatic Center last July, hundreds of swimmers jumped into the water simultaneously...
Lost and Found Pets group reunites owners with pets, eases burden on City’s services
The tail-wagging, teary-eyed reunions are so spectacular, so gratifying. “It’s like Christmas to me,” says Jeananne Phillips Jackson. “And it’s...