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Construction set to begin on Huntsville’s Hays Farm Central Park

HUNTSVILLE -- Billed as an alternative to downtown, the city of Huntsville is building an urban park in south Huntsville. At its regular city council...

It takes a village: Nonprofits partner for Kids to Love playhouse 

MADISON – Members of the community continue to shower generosity on Kids to Love, the Madison-based organization that serves children living in foster care,...

Answering the call: Huntsville Fire & Rescue celebrates 57th cadet class

HUNTSVILLE – Huntsville Fire & Rescue will celebrate its latest class of cadets Friday with a graduation ceremony at Dream Theatre on the campus...

Water colors: Huntsville Utilities tank receiving makeover

HUNTSVILLE  – The large water tank at the corner of Pulaski Pike and Sparkman Drive has never lent much to the landscape at its...

John Hunt Park cross country, disc golf courses closed for repair

HUNTSVILLE – Winter weather took a toll on the cross country and disc golf courses at John Hunt Park and, to repair the area,...

Summer sounds: Will Paustian, Steel 6 liven Athens nightlife

ATHENS – Downtown Athens will be alive with the sound of music Friday night with two events scheduled for the area. The Merchants Alley series...

Madison invites community input on use of funds

MADISON - The City of Madison is inviting residents to attend Wednesday's council work session for a community listening session. The listening session, which...

Country singer Collin Raye to headline Helen Keller Festival

TUSCUMBIA -- Country star Collin Raye, who had huge hits in the '90s, will headline Tuscumbia’s 46th annual Helen Keller Festival next week. The...

Pinhook Creek flood mitigation, pedestrian bridge move forward

HUNTSVILLE – With a big push coming out of the last legislative session from State Rep. Rex Reynolds, flood mitigation measures along Pinhook Creek...

‘Stuff the Bus’ returns to help fill student needs

HUNTSVILLE – Summer officially begins Thursday at exactly 3:51 p.m. and ends early Sept. 22. Long before then, however, the coming school year will...