A few bucks can go a long way to feeding families. To help meet that need, Bank Independent is kicking off its seventh annual Food Share drive March 1 to benefit local food banks through the “Feed a Family for $5 with Food Share” campaign. Donors can bring non-perishable food and cash donations to any […]
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Mayor Tommy Battle and City Schools Superintendent Christie Finley announced Thursday they are working on a potential relocation site for the school system’s administrative offices. The leaders reviewed plans at their respective City Council and School Board meetings Thursday night. Battle said the city has agreed to commit up to $3.5 million toward the purchase […]
The U.S. is another “small step” closer to landing Americans on the moon, thanks to a Huntsville company. Dynetics, a wholly owned subsidiary of Leidos, has completed the preliminary design review of its Human Landing System for NASA’s Artemis Program, marking another critical milestone in human spaceflight. This review provided NASA with insight into the […]
Jeff Samz to succeed Spillers as CEO
Atlanta-based Arrow Exterminators has acquired Valley Pest Control of Huntsville. According to a news release, the merger establishes Arrow’s presence “in the high-tech and manufacturing region of North Alabama and allows Arrow to reach more residential and commercial customers with a full line of services.” “We are delighted to welcome the customers and team members […]
From The Associated Press DENVER — The Department of Defense’s inspector general announced Friday that it was reviewing the Trump administration’s last-minute decision to relocate U.S. Space Command from Colorado to Alabama. The decision on Jan. 13, one week before Trump left office, blindsided Colorado officials and raised questions of political retaliation. Trump had hinted […]
MADISON – After a yearlong postponement, Minor League Baseball returns to North Alabama. The Rocket City Trash Pandas finally launch their inaugural season in May at Toyota Field. Opening Night is set for May 11 at 6:35 p.m. against the Tennessee Smokies. The festivities will feature a spectacular fireworks show, a Toyota Field stadium replica […]
The state’s economy could grow by 2.6 percent in 2021, a good clip that will not pull the state out of the hole created in 2020 by the coronavirus pandemic, according to a report by economists at the University of Alabama’s Culverhouse College of Business. “It will be a couple of years before we get […]
Loan data shows 1.3 million loans and significant increase to underserved entrepreneurs
Icy conditions pose a major threat to travel across North Alabama.