We’re Number One!

By Jennie RobinsonCity Council, District 3President ProTemHuntsville is not only the biggest city in the state but it is also the Number One Best Place to Live. US News and World Report said, “The city came out on top among the nation’s 150 most populous metropolitan areas, using a scoring system that weighed communities on … Continue reading We’re Number One!

From Hardware Store to a State of the Art Building: Introducing the New South Huntsville Public Library

By Bob DruckmanPublisherSouth Huntsville Neighbors Huntsville is growing; South Huntsville in particular. Just driving around you can see the progress being made at Haysland Square and all along the Parkway, construction trucks abound. Bailey Cove is no different. There is a new Huntsville Hospital Urgent Care clinic being built, a new Taco Bell and in … Continue reading From Hardware Store to a State of the Art Building: Introducing the New South Huntsville Public Library

South Huntsville Enjoyed Growth Boom Despite Pandemic

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

Button Up Your Overcoat

By Frances Akridge City Council Representative District 2 I’m humming an old-fashion tune these days to the sound of “Button up your overcoat, when the wind is free...take good care of yourself, you belong to me.”  It’s a catchy, sweet, jaunty tune and it brings a smile to my face as I look forward to warm March winds, anticipating April showers. The 1928 song also inspires me to take an old fashioned Sunday Drive, too, windows down, … Continue reading Button Up Your Overcoat