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Veterans museum instills pride and appreciation for those who served
Each June, Huntsville celebrates Armed Forces Week to salute community partners at Team Redstone. In the midst of the commemorative...
Keeping the city beautiful
From flowers to vegetables, the City of Huntsville’s Landscape Management and Operation Green Team use the City greenhouse to keep...
Huntsville City Council Members Share Places That Matter
In celebration of #ThisPlaceMattersHsv and Preservation Month, I met with several of Huntsville’s City Council members to chat about some...
Huntsville is a city on the run
The flags are up and runners are pounding the pavement, practicing routes and testing shoes, as the City gears up...
Adding McThornmor Acres and Edmonton Heights to Huntsville’s Historic Districts
May is National Historic Preservation Month, and we’re celebrating with weekly posts on City Blog, Facebook Live content, special events and...
Historic Districts: National Register vs. Local Designation
May is National Historic Preservation Month, and we’re celebrating with weekly posts on City Blog, Facebook Live content, special events...
Why Do We Need Historic Districts?
As part of Preservation Month in May, the Historic Preservation Commission is focusing its 2018 #ThisPlaceMattersHsv campaign on celebrating Huntsville’s...
Unique artwork part of the patchwork of Panoply’s crossover appeal
David Hammock is an ironworker from Arab, Alabama who has combined his skills with whimsical humor to create unique sculptures,...
Huntsville music icon Microwave Dave looks back at three decades of Panoply
Microwave Dave and the Nukes have been a fixture at Panoply, Huntsville’s music and arts festival, for nearly three decades....
Huntsville’s swimming legacy in good hands with rising star Rebekah Hamilton
Rebekah Hamilton is just back from Ireland, full of lessons learned – for instance, even as a passenger, it’s terrifying...