How To Organize Yourself For Tax Time

By Darci Forde4D Professional Services Does tax time stress you out?  Fill you with anxiety? Do you know where all of your tax documents & receipts are?  I used to start stressing right around this time. Do I have what I need? Did I save that receipt? Is this the conversation you have with yourself … Continue reading How To Organize Yourself For Tax Time

Snow in the Forecast for Fantasy Playhouse in February

By The Team at Fantasy Playhouse This February at the Von Braun Center, Fantasy Playhouse Children’s Theatre and Academy (FPCTA) flips the script with the world premiere of the classic fairytale Snow White and the 7 Littles. Written and directed by Artistic Director Stephen Tyler Davis, this new adaptation gives power to the princess and … Continue reading Snow in the Forecast for Fantasy Playhouse in February

Mercedes Benz EQS SUV- The Electric SUV You’ve Been Waiting For …And it doesn’t disappoint!

This EQS is a great alternative to the EQS sedan because it offers a third row of seats for seating of up to seven. It’s also available with the 56 inch Hyperscreen that stretches across the dashboard. It is split into 2 models, the EQS 450+ and the EQS 580. The 580 will be all … Continue reading Mercedes Benz EQS SUV- The Electric SUV You’ve Been Waiting For …And it doesn’t disappoint!

Hearing Assistance: Devices used to treat Hearing Loss

By Anita Giles MS, CCC-A AudiologistPhysicians Hearing Center Hearing is about more than just the ears. Hearing is a complex brain process. It’s the sensory system that collects and transmits information for the brain to interpret, which provides safety alerts, interprets speech, monitors our own voice, and keeps the sound areas of the brain healthy. … Continue reading Hearing Assistance: Devices used to treat Hearing Loss

Successful Parenting Resolutions

By Tamara HarrelsonAdministrative Support ManagerArdent Preschool and Daycare What parenting resolutions are you making this year? More quality time together? A big trip? Less screen time? Happier children?Or maybe there are some challenging things on your list? Like taking the time to start tackling potty training? Or establishing a good foundation for reading? At Ardent, … Continue reading Successful Parenting Resolutions

Tavé Weddings and Events

By Nastasha and Adam VerkestTAVÉ Weddings and EventsTAVÉ Weddings & Events is a full service planning and design business that is committed to helping our clients create that one-of-kind style and ambiance that truly reflects who they are. We are constantly seeking out new trends, innovative styles, have limitless resources and are always thinking outside … Continue reading Tavé Weddings and Events

Going With The Flow AND The Overflow

By Marianne WindhamWindham Travel and Leisure Happy 2023 everyone! My take on 2022 is that it was a wonderful and exciting year of new opportunities. Many of us also created new ways to evolve through change and challenges. Certainly travel is no exception to this. Windham Travel & Leisure has grown! We’ve grown in numbers … Continue reading Going With The Flow AND The Overflow

Tips for Improving Your Health Post-Pandemic

By Adilene GuzmanOutreach Coordinator HAPPI HealthThese past three years have significantly impacted our lives. COVID-19 changed everyone’s normal day-to-day living. The biggest adjustments of them all are dealing with quarantine, being asked to wear masks, and social distancing from our loved ones. The scars are forever, but we must learn to overcome them so we can … Continue reading Tips for Improving Your Health Post-Pandemic

Meet Our New Police Chief Kirk Giles

By Chief Kirk GilesHuntsville Police DepartmentAs the City of Huntsville’s newly appointed Chief of Police, I am grateful to Mayor Tommy Battle, City Administration and the City Council for their confidence in me and our outstanding team of officers and civilian personnel. With this honor, my 45-year career has truly come full circle. I am … Continue reading Meet Our New Police Chief Kirk Giles

Consulting With A Separate Attorney In A Divorce

By Rebecca Winters, Esq.Rebecca Winters Law I often have clients come into my office after they have already signed an agreement, sometimes after an order has been issued, regretting what they have agreed to in their divorce agreement. When parties are working toward a settlement to try to avoid going to court, often, one attorney … Continue reading Consulting With A Separate Attorney In A Divorce