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Woody Anderson Ford Celebrating Service Expansion and 55 Years in Huntsville!

Congratulations to Woody Anderson Ford on expansion as well as 55 years of business in Huntsville! Woody Anderson’s newest additions include a service lane and restaurant – Henry’s Mustang Cafe. 9 more words


Economic Development in Huntsville - Congratulations Yulista Aviation!

It was a great morning in Huntsville-Madison County for another economic development announcement. Yulista Aviation broke ground on a 60,000 square foot aviation hangar and 20,000 square foot support facility at Madison County Executive Airport. 9 more words


Congratulations to Still Serving Veterans on Ten Years Serving Huntsville!

Congratulations to Will Webb and the team at Still Serving Veterans on ten years in Huntsville!

Thank you for the services you provide to the veterans within our community, and thank you for your military service as well. 7 more words


Honoring Mac McCutcheon, Alabama's New Speaker of the House, Sponsored by Nicole Jones

My husband and I were honored to sponsor a historic event last week that celebrated Mac McCutcheon and his new position as Alabama’s Speaker of the House. 31 more words

Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary School Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

The sun was shining brightly on Thursday morning for the Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary School ribbon cutting ceremony! Thank you to Laurie McCaulley for your beautiful words at the dedication. 29 more words

Excited to be a GirlBoss

I am so excited to be included in this awesome article by Anna Claire Vollers. I swear she turned my words into magical quotes!! Check it out on al.com… 12 more words

Ace & Bear

Trip Log – Day 296 – Arab AL to Fayetteville TN

August 27, 2016 – Partly cloudy, 85 degrees

Miles Today: 63

Miles to Date: 15,238

States to Date: 42


A day of easy riding down the broad slope of US 231 to the Tennessee River, winding along the bicycle path up Aldridge Creek, meandering through Huntsville’s lovely suburban streets into historic downtown, and rising up Meridian Street past Alabama A&M. 104 more words

Bicycle Trip Log