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No Trick: Census Bureau to Continue 2020 Census Until Oct. 31

The U.S. Census Bureau  plans to officially end the 2020 Census nationwide Oct. 31, according to a statement from the Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs and Alabama Counts! During the extension, the Census Bureau’s field workers, including door-to-door census takers, will continue their work to follow up with households that haven’t yet responded. […]

Toyota Revs Up E-Learning Support in Madison County With Donation, Launch of Virtual Learning Hub

As virtual learning continues across the area, many students are still in need of laptops and Internet access to complete schoolwork.  To help meet the need, Huntsville City Schools, Madison City Schools and Madison County Schools will receive $200,000 from the Toyota USA Foundation for devices and Internet access to help students with distance learning.  […]

Huntsville/Madison County Chamber Hosting Virtual Empowering Women in Missile Defense Panel

The face of missile defense is changing as women in the community are increasingly leading missile defense teams. In order to achieve next-generation capabilities, it is vital to maintain discussions from a variety of approaches. On Wednesday, the Huntsville/Madison County Chamber is hosting a free virtual panel on “Empowering Women in Missile Defense.” The discussion […]

Contenders for 2020 Small Business of the Year Announced

More than 160 businesses and individuals are in contention for top honors at the 35th annual Huntsville-Madison County Chamber Small Business of the Year Awards. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Oct. 20 event will be a virtual presentation. It will be from 4-6 p.m. and fees are $25 for individual members and $50 for […]

Construction of Mixed-Use Development on Governors Drive Set for Early 2021

Developers of a mixed-use “I-565 gateway” to Huntsville’s Westside have released a preliminary rendering of the project and anticipate a “first quarter 2021” construction start. The property, some 13 acres of land on Governors Drive near the intersections with 13th and 14th streets, will be developed by The Beach Company, a Charleston, S.C.-based development company. […]

Huntsville Chosen to Test Google Fiber’s 2-Gig Service

Google Fiber is looking for a few good people to test its new 2-Gig service. According to a blog from Google Fiber’s Amalia O’Sullivan, director of product management, the company is testing the service next month in Huntsville and Nashville. “Game changers, super users, and families who need more from their internet can join the Google […]