By Elisa A. Ferrell Board Representative | District 3 | Huntsville City Schools Have you ever had one of those situations where circumstances stack up and things keep going sideways? I have! About seven years ago I went to a conference and took my family with me. We were at Orange Beach. My kids unloaded … Continue reading What’s Next?
By Dr. Donald Klasing, Medical Director, Unity Psychiatric Care at Huntsville Living through this pandemic has caused a lot of stress, anxiety and grief, which has led to a spike in mental health problems. Yet, researchers have discovered something surprising: Older adults generally have had fewer mental health struggles during this period than younger people. … Continue reading Senior’s Mental Health Can Be Harmed by Many Factors
By Mayor Tommy Battle No matter where you go in Huntsville, growth is everywhere you look. We’re not only growing our population, but our residential and retail bases and quality-of-life amenities, too. Some people are coming here because their job requires it. For others, it’s because we’re no longer the best-kept secret in the South. … Continue reading South Huntsville Enjoyed Growth Boom Despite Pandemic
With stock market volatility and worrying headlines about how long the pandemic will last, it's hard not to feel uneasy and question what the future holds. According to a recent Edward Jones survey, nearly half of Americans feel financially resilient, yet life and world events can shake this standing - with emotional resilience plummeting alongside it. Dale would … Continue reading Webinar Invitation: Building Financial and Emotional Resilience
By Elisa FerrellDistrict 3 RepresentativePresident Huntsville School Board It is 2021, and most if not all of us are happy to look at 2020 in the rear-view mirror. Last year was defined by the pandemic, civil unrest, killer wasps, and meteors narrowly missing earth. While none of us can, in and of ourselves change any … Continue reading It’s 2021
By Marianne WindhamWindham Travel and Leisure I will call this article “An Interview with Myself.” This is my truth. In the past 10 months, droves of people have asked me so many questions, out of complete bewilderment and genuine concern. I want to touch on these, and hopefully give you a much more positive and … Continue reading An Interview with Myself
Elisa A. FerrellHuntsville City Schools Presidentand Board Representative District 3 Back in the day, when all my children were still living at home, I had four boys and one girl all under one roof. Over the years I have seen more than my fair share of Disney movies, PBS Kids, Nickelodeon, Cartoon Network, superhero movies … Continue reading To Boldly Go