Many employment opportunities are coming to town these days, and another one is happening now in Huntsville’s new MidCity. The new development that has already seen the opening of TopGolf and High Point Climbing and Fitness is preparing for the opening of the unique adult entertainment venue Dave & Buster’s. D&B’s bills itself as, “The […]
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Celebrations surrounding the 50th anniversary of the July 20, 1969 moon landing are in full stride in Huntsville. Plans to honor man’s walk on the lunar surface this year have included a Guinness world record-setting attempt for simultaneous rocket launches, a celebration car show, an Apollo Homecoming Dinner and something city residents did when Huntsville-built […]
The United States is formulating plans to return to the moon by 2024 within the framework of the Artemis program — 55 years after NASA landed a man on the lunar surface during the Apollo days — but this time the mission is much different. This time, NASA plans to put the first woman on […]
Devyn Keith ran to represent District 1 on the Huntsville City Council in 2016 vowing to make north Huntsville a destination. He wasn’t making empty promises. With Keith leading the way, eyesore buildings bought by the city have been razed along North Parkway. There have been eight reduced to rubble so far and, if Keith […]
The man behind the hottest ticket in town last month entered professional minor league sports with no experience in the field and no grand plans on how to make his venture a success. But Keith Jeffries, owner of the back-to-back and three-time Southern Professional Hockey League champion Huntsville Havoc, also didn’t jump in with eyes […]
Ribbon-cuttings aren’t unusual in Huntsville these days given the city’s growth. But the company’s namesake and the local employees at Bevilacqua Research Corp. put a new twist on the standard photo opportunity. There were no bulldozers filling the background, no shovels and hard hats for props on a hot June afternoon. This was about celebrating […]
Huntsvillians hoping to check out the new multi-sports complex at the old Becky Peirce Municipal Golf Course before summer turns to fall might need to do a reverse rain dance. Ongoing rain that left the city soaked for much of last fall and this past spring has delayed progress at the venue. While some contractors […]
The newest edition to Huntsville’s skyline is only one of many new hotels planned for downtown. City planners don’t plan to stop until they reach 1,000. Not the number of hotels, obviously, but the number of hotel rooms available in the center of the city for highly-attended events. The AC Hotel Huntsville Downtown, a Marriott […]
MADISON — As apparel flies off the shelves inside the team’s store at Bridge Street, dirt and mud moves for the plain eye to see from the vantage point of I-565 toward the area near Zierdt Road where the Rocket City Trash Pandas’ future home will be. But is the ground moving fast enough to […]
It’s a sound bet that not many, if any, Huntsvillians or passersby know that there’s a horde of miners gathered in the industrial park off Jordan Lane. No one could blame them. These aren’t the light-on-the-helmet, overall-wearing type from most imaginations. These are the new age variety. They’re not even human. Miners are an integral […]