We go through a few recent stories that you may have missed: HPD changes its patrol shifts amid a call for more people to become police academy cadets, the city approves plans to bring 5G broadband to Huntsville paving the way for self-driving cars, there are jobs-a-plenty in North Alabama, and a moron in San Diego shoots Navy SEAL trainees with a pellet gun.
We go over a few stories you may have missed from the last week in Huntsville including new patrol shifts for HPD, 5G Broadband coming to the Rocket City, and a great job market in North Alabama. We also tell you about an idiot in San Diego that decided it would be a good idea to shoot Navy Seals with a pellet gun.
Lots of fun and frivolity taking place this weekend in the Rocket City. We’re here to help you make the most of it: 9 Volt giveaway, Huntsville Ghost Walk, True Alabama Ghost Stories, Inside Out’s Artist Reception, Rocket Experience Explorer Day Camp, Guided Hikes, Barks and Boo’s, Haunted Hallow at Cathedral Caverns, Rick Ross in concert, Yoga First Then Beer at STA, Lauren Daigle at the VBC, Brett Ernst and a diaper drive at Stand Up Live.
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Melissa Cox, founder and cheif barking officer of Petz Pack sits down with us to share the story of the most innovative pet services company in Huntsville and also fill us in on Barks and Boos 2018, which raises money for the Huntsville Relay for Life.
ICYMI: Meet the blind month kicks off with a special movie screening at Yellowhammer, the county puts glue on the road to prevent traffic accidents, and a Lee High School teacher has her students Tweet the American Revolution.
We’re here to help you have a great weekend in the Rocket City: Spotlight Social with the American Cancer Society, Don Coyote and Tony Purdue at Concerts on the Dock, Huntsville SCREAM Works, Jim Parker’s Songwriter Series, Guided Hikes with the Land Trust of North Alabama, Food Trucks, Relief Printing with Green Pea Press, Cole Swindell and Dustin Lynch in Propst Arena, Ronnie Milsap in the Mark C. Smith Concert Hall, the public library turns 200 years old, and 4 different acts at Stand Up Live.
Joe Martin with Huntsville Adventure Boot Camp and Tonya Hardie with Girls on the Run-North Alabama tell us their stories and how they are coming together this year to put on an obstacle course styled race in downtown Huntsville with the help of DHI.
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ICYMI: Sound Diplomacy is set to release the findings of its music audit, the first engine rolls off of Toyota’s new manufacturing line in Huntsville, and the City Council passes a budget with an odd re-direction of funds.
We get you ready for a great weekend in the Rocket City: Big Spring Crush Wine and Food Festival, Concerts on the Dock, Concerts for a Cause at Blue Pants, Art After Hours, Apollo Amber Can Release for Great Huntsville Humane Society, Epic Comedy Hour, Stout at the Devil Release at Straight to Ale, Hiking 101, Dog Fair 2018, Black Jacket Symphony, Dining in the Dark, and Drew Lynch/Desi Comics at Stand Up Live.
Mike and Will reflect on the last year as Huntsville Insiderr turns 1 year old. We discuss our favorite interviews and share some of the behind the scenes stuff from Tommy Battle, TopGolf, Mo Brooks, the Huntsville Havoc championship, and more.