Jessica Penot is a best-selling author and Huntsville resident whose writing spans different genres – but all of her work is sure to keep her readers up at night. Focusing on dark fantasy, horror and the paranormal, Penot’s career officially started with a short story
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When Huntsville City Schools Board of Education selected Christie Finley as its new leader in August 2018, she inherited a robust school district. However, it was initially fraught with challenges of a fiscal variety.
Did you ever step into a building and feel an inexplicable chill? Walk around an old house and feel as though you’re not alone? Well, we have some stories that will give credence to those feelings, and they happened right here in Huntsville. Believe or not, either way, enjoy!
With more than 100 people moving to the Huntsville area each week, it’s no surprise the Rocket City is now the second-largest municipality in Alabama. If current trajectories hold true, it could be the most populous city in the state in three years or less. …
In honor of National Honeybee Day on August 21, meet local beekeeper and Huntsville native, Bill Elliott. Bill is a Master Beekeeper, with apiaries in Blossomwood, Redstone Arsenal and near Harvest. Bill shares some of his extensive knowledge with HUNTSVILLE EVENT – and tells us why bees are oh so cool.
John Allen, the Committee of 100’s dynamic CEO, speaks about its mission and exciting initiatives. Founded in 1995 by a group of eight business leaders from the Chamber of Commerce, the Committee’s focus is the City of Huntsville, the City of Madison, and the County of Madison. It was founded on three principles: high quality public education, long term economic development, and cooperative local government.
Huntsville has earned the name “Rocket City.” The city has been eager to embrace its identity as the technology capital of Alabama. While there is no denying how important technology has been for the rapid growth of Huntsville, it makes it easy to overlook the fact that the city actually offers the best of both worlds: a bustling urban atmosphere plus some of most beautiful and entertaining opportunities to experience nature at its finest.
Technology is a glittering lure but being outside allows for people to be engaged on a level beyond flash. There is something about the great outdoors that makes the memories gained from a family camping trip or a neighborhood …
Lori Pence is a Land Steward at the Land Trust of North Alabama. As a native of Madison County with a longtime appreciation of the outdoors her work toward the Land Trust’s mission is vital to protect and maintain the area’s extensive natural spaces.
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