ALZHEIMER’S ASSOCIATION INVITES NORTH ALABAMA RESIDENTS TO JOIN THE 2022 WALK TO END ALZHEIMER’S ON Oct. 1 

Walk to End Alzheimer’s is World’s Largest Event Dedicated to Alzheimer’s Care, Support, and Research The Alzheimer’s Association is inviting North Alabama residents to join the fight to end Alzheimer’s by participating in the Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s® on Saturday, Oct. 1 at Big Spring Park East, 200 Church St SW, Huntsville, AL … Continue reading ALZHEIMER’S ASSOCIATION INVITES NORTH ALABAMA RESIDENTS TO JOIN THE 2022 WALK TO END ALZHEIMER’S ON Oct. 1 

Huntsville Speedway- A Huntsville Institution Worth Visiting

By Bob DruckmanPublisherSouth Huntsville Neighbors Huntsville Speedway has been part of the fabric of our city for over 60 years. It started out as a dirt track and was paved into a quarter mile track in 1962. It attracted such racers as, the Allison Brothers, Richard Petty and Dale Earnhardt Sr. Even though it fell … Continue reading Huntsville Speedway- A Huntsville Institution Worth Visiting

Rocket City Trash Pandas: Meet Director of Broadcasting Josh Caray

By Bob Druckman, Publisher South Huntsville Neighbors Josh Caray is the voice of the Rocket City Trash Pandas. He is a 16-year veteran of broadcasting. Before coming to the Trash Pandas, Josh was the football and basketball play-by-play broadcaster for Stony Brook University on Long Island. Josh is also the son of the late Skip … Continue reading Rocket City Trash Pandas: Meet Director of Broadcasting Josh Caray

New and Improved Kids Space to Celebrate Huntsville’s, Past, Present and Future

By Mayor Tommy BattleOne of the City’s most popular children’s playgrounds in John Hunt Park is undergoing a $6.8 million renovation. The new and improved Kids Space will include a variety of play spaces and activities for children of all abilities, along with a previously announced skatepark. Recognizing the importance of Kids Space to the … Continue reading New and Improved Kids Space to Celebrate Huntsville’s, Past, Present and Future

SOUTHERN STAPLES ON DISPLAY AT TOYOTA FIELD IN 2022

New Food And Beverage Items Unveiled For 2022 Season MADISON, Alabama –The Trash Pandas unveiled another aspect of the fan experience with new food and drink options that will be available throughout Toyota Field. The menu brings a new flare to southern specialties such as fried chicken, macaroni and cheese sloppy joes, pot roast, meatloaf, … Continue reading SOUTHERN STAPLES ON DISPLAY AT TOYOTA FIELD IN 2022

Andy Schatzley Named Trash Pandas’ Second Manager, Coaches Kenny Hook, Michael Wuertz Return to Rocket City

By Aaron CherisDirector of Media RelationsThe Rocket City Trash Pandas, in conjunction with the Los Angeles Angels, today announced the on-field coaching staff for the 2022 season, led by new Manager Andy Schatzley.“I think the Trash Pandas are the best-run affiliate in baseball, and I am honored and beyond excited to get there and get started,” … Continue reading Andy Schatzley Named Trash Pandas’ Second Manager, Coaches Kenny Hook, Michael Wuertz Return to Rocket City

U.S. Paralympics Cycling returns to Huntsville in April

By Claire Aiello In 2021, we had the opportunity to see some of our country’s top Para athletes compete in Huntsville’s Cummings Research Park. Well, guess what? They’re returning in April – and we can’t wait to welcome and cheer on these inspiring men and women again. The 2022 U.S. Paralympics Cycling Open, presented by … Continue reading U.S. Paralympics Cycling returns to Huntsville in April

GHS Band Visits Middle School Football Game

Pictured in header image L to R: Theo Vernon (Grissom), Sarah Frazier (Mt. Gap), Brent Harris (Grissom) and Jeni Hill Cooper (Challenger) The Grissom High School Band visited the Mountain Gap vs Challenger middle school football game on Tuesday, September 28th. Here they are with band students from both schools, showing them how much fun … Continue reading GHS Band Visits Middle School Football Game

Third Annual BBQ and Bluegrass Festival

By Phil RiddickCounty CommissionerDistrict 5 Who doesn’t love good music and BBQ in a beautiful setting? These are three of my favorite things, and you can experience all this with me at the Third Annual BBQ & Bluegrass Festival. Scheduled for Saturday, October 9 at Southside Park, this family-friendly event will feature three local bluegrass … Continue reading Third Annual BBQ and Bluegrass Festival

Did You Know?

By Bev Capps, District Executive Director, Heart of the Valley YMCA The YMCA has worked with Ditto Landing and Operation Green Team for a number of years as part of a YMCA Togetherhood program. The purpose of the Togetherhood Project is to invite YMCA members to activate their social responsibility by participating in the Y's … Continue reading Did You Know?