Christmas Charities Year Round Announces Their 2nd Annual Santa Fun Run – and MORE

Our 2nd Annual Santa Fun Run is Sunday December 11th at 5pm in Big Spring Park East through the Tinsel Trail. We NEED Your Help! Event SPONSORSHIPS Available! All proceeds raised benefit CCYR programs, serving Madison County residents in need during the winter holidays and most importantly, all year-round.How can I become an event sponsor? CLICK … Continue reading Christmas Charities Year Round Announces Their 2nd Annual Santa Fun Run – and MORE

Microwave Dave Gallaher: Huntsville’s Own Roadrunner Always Returns Home

By Tara MelloC.B. Guitars Dave Gallaher, aka Microwave Dave, has been a Huntsville staple for four decades, but this musical aficionado who plays weekly at places like Humphrey’s and The Nook is far more than just a local musician. Dave has played with and opened for such music greats as Aretha Franklin, Reba McEntire and … Continue reading Microwave Dave Gallaher: Huntsville’s Own Roadrunner Always Returns Home

BBQ & Bluegrass Festival – October 15th!

By Phil Riddick Madison County CommissionerDistrict 5 Come experience great music and tasty BBQ in a beautiful setting. The Fourth Annual Bluegrass & BBQ Festival is scheduled for Saturday, October 15 at Southside Park. Sponsored by South Huntsville Main Association and Madison County District 5, this family friendly event will feature three popular bluegrass bands … Continue reading BBQ & Bluegrass Festival – October 15th!

Near Nature, Near Perfect.

By Marianne WindhamWindham Travel and Leisure Near Nature. Near Perfect. This is an official slogan for Spokane, Washington; and I would not disagree. I just spent the first week of August there visiting with four dear friends of 30+ years. Our host Brad just moved to Spokane Valley with his family last summer. Beautiful mountains and … Continue reading Near Nature, Near Perfect.

Is Your Pool Going Off The Deep End?

By Ron Hicks, General Manager Pool Scouts Of Huntsville  We are deep into the summer, and your family has been enjoying their pool for a few months. Your family has enjoyed a cookout followed by a nice afternoon swim. The water is perfect at 82 degrees, and you have just completed a few belly flops. … Continue reading Is Your Pool Going Off The Deep End?

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 

New Senior Community Center Coming to John Hunt Park 

By Mayor Tommy Battle  Over the last decade, the City of Huntsville has committed millions of dollars to improve existing parks, build new ones, create world-class facilities, and stay on the cutting edge of recreation opportunities. To ensure we provide something for all ages, our older population will soon have more options in John Hunt Park … Continue reading New Senior Community Center Coming to John Hunt Park 

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

Jazz In The Park Returns

By Kenny AndersonDirector Office of Diversity, Equity & InclusionCity Of Huntsville Jazz in the Park- Huntsville (JITPH) has become one of the hottest summer concert series in Huntsville-Madison County. JITPH began as a collaboration between the City of Huntsville Office of Multicultural Affairs (now Diversity, Equity & Inclusion) and Magic City Smooth Jazz (MCSJ), a … Continue reading Jazz In The Park Returns

What To Look For When Buying a Used Camper

By Kelsi NussWeb Director, Johnston RV Used campers are an amazing option for anyone wanting an RV at a lower price. However, when shopping pre-owned, it’s crucial to keep certain things in mind so that you choose a camper of the highest possible quality that will provide you the best possible camping experience. First Things … Continue reading What To Look For When Buying a Used Camper