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On your marks. Get Set. Finish! Athleticism Not Required for Annual .12K Microthon

Butler Green, that .12 kilometer stretch of greenspace at Campus 805 between Straight to Ale and Yellowhammer Brewing, is the site of a most unusual “race.” The annual Rocket City .12K Microthon steps off Oct. 18. The event is a benefit for the special needs arts program at Merrimack Hall. And you do not have […]

With a Heart of Gold, Colin Wayne and Redline Make Products of Steel

TANNER — Decorated Army veteran seriously injured in Afghanistan. Traveling the world as a fitness model. Entrepreneur and steel manufacturing guru. Humanitarian and philanthropist in line to receive Huntsville’s “Key to the City”. A person can accomplish a lot in just 31 years. Ask Huntsville native and social media extraordinaire Colin Wayne. His company, Redline […]

Moog Expands Huntsville Footprint with Regional Support Center

Another innovative technology company is expanding its presence in Huntsville.  Moog – the name rhymes with vogue – has opened a regional support center at 360F Quality Circle in Cummings Research Park West. The company cites the proximity to Redstone Arsenal and Marshall Space Flight Center as key to its long-term growth strategy to better […]

Church Street Family Recruits Executive Sous Chef from Miami

It is a strategic move resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. Huntsville restaurateurs Matthew and Stephanie Mell of the Church Street Family Group worked with New York-based celebrity chef Jimmy Canora to conduct a nationwide search for a new executive chef who can help them navigate through unprecedented times for the food and beverage industries. Officially […]

Huntsville International Airport Flying High After FAA Approves New Master Plan

After months of consulting with and gaining input from community leaders, business owners, and residents on the future of the Huntsville International Airport, a new master plan has been accepted by the Federal Aviation Administration, laying out a new blueprint for the long-term development of the region’s busiest airport. The new master plan has several […]

Area Commercial Construction Continues to Rise in Wake of COVID Uncertainty

There has been very little, if any, slowdown in commercial building in Huntsville and Madison throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. While the weight of uncertainty related to the pandemic has not disappeared, commercial builders and developers continue to work through it like Marshall Space Flight Center engineers work through the challenges of the space program – […]

Army Intercept Targets Using Northrop Grumman Technology Developed in Huntsville

When Secretary of the Army Ryan McCarthy visited Huntsville a few weeks ago, it was not to chop watercress. One of his stops was to thank Northrop Grumman’s Huntsville team for its success in developing the Integrated Battle Command System, a weapons system that will give U.S. troops a technological advantage over the enemy, anywhere […]

Church Street Wine Shoppe Moving to the Historic Humphreys–Rogers House

Church Street Wine Shoppe made history by starting the first sitdown wine club in Alabama. But, now with 600 members, the shop is overflowing at its original location on Church Street downtown. Owners Stephanie Kennedy-Mell and her husband Matthew Mell are moving the shop, the wine club and their entire Church Street Family restaurant headquarters […]

Local Pizza Huts to Hire 60 Employees During Weeklong Virtual Job Fair

Huntsville-area Pizza Hut franchises will immediately hire 20 local managers and 40 delivery drivers during their weeklong virtual Job Fair beginning Monday and continuing through Aug. 21.  Opportunities are available at all four Huntsville locations on University Drive, South Memorial Parkway, North Memorial Parkway and Winchester Road; as well as the Madison locations on Madison […]