September 21, 2020

Senior Center finds ways to serve clients through pandemic

As Huntsville grows, we all grow older. The Huntsville-Madison County Senior Center is here to keep people active and engaged, with adjustments to ensure health and safety during the pandemic.
September 1, 2020

Initiatives Online: September 2020

In this issue, a new groundbreaking in SouthPoint Business Park, recent generosity by companies to support nonprofits in our community, and quite a few Movers & Shakers - plus much more!
August 1, 2020

COVID-19: Remain Vigilant

The playbook for 2020 went out the window several months ago. We are in the midst of a pandemic that is affecting all areas of our lives. Many of us have dealt with illness, and some have lost loved ones to COVID-19. Others have lost income to support their families. Yet, we have seen many examples of helpers and leaders.
August 1, 2020

COVID & Schools

The playbook for 2020 went out the window several months ago. We are in the midst of a pandemic that is affecting all areas of our lives. Many of us have dealt with illness, and some have lost loved ones to COVID-19. Others have lost income to support their families. Yet, we have seen many examples of helpers and leaders.
August 1, 2020

Space Update: Moving Forward

In spite of challenges created by the COVID pandemic, NASA and local space companies continue to log some impressive accomplishments. The Space Launch System core stage, the largest part of NASA’s heavy-lift launch vehicle, is currently in the test stand at the Stennis Space Center.
August 1, 2020

Huntsville: A City in the Making, Part 4

WF Sanders Jr. took his first breath in Huntsville in 1935. Since childhood, he’s held a front-row seat to witness and participate in much of the city’s development into the thriving economic engine that it is today. He describes his experience as “a wonderful ride.”
August 1, 2020

HREGI Profile: Keel Point LLC

Since the merger, Keel Point’s service offerings have expanded to include financial planning, wealth management, estate planning, philanthropic and family office services, as well as corporate services which offers benefits and retirement packages for businesses.
August 1, 2020

Workforce Update: Zoom, Zoom

Virtual. It’s a word we have now heard a million times, and that word describes how the rest of 2020 is going to look, especially when it comes to recruiting. The Chamber will focus its recruiting efforts online for the rest of the year.
July 31, 2020

Initiatives – August 2020

Here is our August issue of Initiatives magazine. Read the latest on COVID-19 in our community, how schools are addressing the start of the new academic year, tips on engaging a remote workforce, virtual recruiting and more.
July 14, 2020

Social Justice Initiatives/Resources (Huntsville-Madison County)

This information accompanies an article coming soon in our August issue of Initiatives magazine.  These are local community resources that may help in your conversations about diversity and inclusion in your workplace or group.
July 1, 2020

Initiatives Online: July 2020

Our July issue of IO is published! Get caught up on local Movers & Shakers, Drake State's Census challenge, a sizeable grant for Arts Huntsville and much more.
June 1, 2020

Initiatives – June 2020

June Initiatives has been published! Cover story: Huntsville proves again it is #StrongerTogether.
June 1, 2020

Huntsville: #StrongerTogether

Multiple donations plus hands-on help make us Stronger Our community knows how to get it done. We’ve seen many examples […]
June 1, 2020

Space Update: Operational Vision

NASA advances on Lunar Return Mission By Mike Ward, CCE , Senior Vice President Government & Public Affairs The COVID-19 […]