April 12, 2021

Spectator Guide: U.S. Paralympics Cycling Open, April 17-18

We've created this Spectator Guide to help you with information about road closures, parking, and where to locate to watch the Para athletes. The event is free - we hope to see you in Cummings Research Park this weekend!
April 8, 2021

Para athletes talk about return to competition as they prepare to travel to Huntsville, Ala. for U.S. Paralympics Cycling Open

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (April 8, 2021) - The U.S. Paralympics Cycling Open, presented by Toyota, is quickly approaching. Approximately 100 Para-athletes will travel to Huntsville to compete April 17-18 in Cummings Research Park. In this news conference, hear from three of the athletes, Travis Gaertner, Jamie Whitmore, and Sam Bosco, as well as Jason Puckett, president of Toyota Motor Manufacturing Alabama.
April 7, 2021

Web Call (April 6) – Huntsville COVID Check-In

Neil Lamb, Ph.D., Vice President for Educational Outreach at HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology, spoke during our monthly call with Chamber members on April 6.  Lamb gave an update on COVID vaccines, improvements in how many people are getting vaccinated statewide in Alabama and nationwide, and the recommendation to continue masking for a bit longer, even though Alabama's ordinance will be lifted.
April 6, 2021

Survey Launched to Gauge Impact of COVID-19 on Regional Businesses

Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle, the Huntsville/Madison County Chamber, and the Mayor’s technology initiatives – GEO Huntsville, Energy Huntsville, Cyber Huntsville and Bio Huntsville – have collaborated with Exemplar City, Inc., to solicit input from area businesses on their response to the pandemic and learn how the regional infrastructure supported their sustainability and resiliency.
April 5, 2021

New Printable, Social Media Art

Masking is still recommended, despite the statewide mask ordinance ending on April 9.  Face coverings are one of the most successful tools we have in the fight against COVID. We've created this art you're welcome to use for your business.
April 5, 2021

Send us your artwork to cheer on the Para Cyclists!

The athletes are very excited about coming to the Rocket City! This is their return to competitive racing, since events were cancelled in 2020 due to the pandemic. Let’s give them a big Rocket City welcome!
April 2, 2021

April 2, 2021

April 1, 2021

New Redstone-Huntsville Utilities partnership strengthens each other

By Mike Ward Senior Vice President, Government & Public Affairs As Redstone Arsenal has grown, the community has helped to […]
April 1, 2021

Healthy Campus, Healthy Community

Oakwood University living out its mission to improve lives on and off campus By Claire Aiello Vice President, Marketing and […]
April 1, 2021

Hospitals, Community Leaders Work to Curb Vaccine Hesitancy

By Claire Aiello Vice President, Marketing and Communications As more COVID vaccines are approved and produced, it’s important that we […]
April 1, 2021

2020 Small Business Award Profile: Party Life

2020 Local “Creative” of the Year Party Life By Claire Aiello Vice President, Marketing and Communications We continue our profiles […]
April 1, 2021

2020 Small Business Award Profile: Focus Physiotherapy Huntsville

Medical Practice of the Year Focus Physiotherapy Huntsville By Claire Aiello Vice President, Marketing and Communications Focus Physiotherapy Huntsville won […]
April 1, 2021

Initiatives – April 2021

Read about an amazing group of athletes for the U.S. Paralympics Cycling Open the weekend of April 17-18 in Cummings Research Park. These men and women are competing to represent Team USA in the Paralympics that will take place in Tokyo this summer.
April 1, 2021

Come Cheer for Team USA!

All are invited to Cummings Research Park (CRP) the weekend of April 17-18 to cheer on more than 100 premier athletes competing for a spot on Team USA. The U.S. Paralympics Cycling Open presented by Toyota is the first of four domestic cycling events set to take place ahead of the Paralympic Games, which will be held in Tokyo in late August.
April 1, 2021

Restore Our Roads: City leaders say planning, partnerships key to strong infrastructure

By Adam Smith City of Huntsville If the adage is true that “development follows roads,” then Huntsville’s growth shouldn’t be […]
April 1, 2021

HREGI Profile: Venturi

Venturi with John R. Jordan, Jr. - Venturi is a home-grown Huntsville company founded in 2006 by Mike Alvarez to provide engineering, logistics and test support for the US Government. The team has grown to 200 employees, and I was honored to follow Mike as President in 2020. Today, you can find Venturi employees across the country and around the world providing skilled services and expertise for our nation’s defense.
March 29, 2021

March 29, 2021: Businesses invited to take survey, major grant in the works to help struggling restaurants, and more

March 26, 2021

Restaurant Grant

A $28.6 billion restaurant and bar grant program will be made available soon. Members of the Independent Restaurant Coalition partnered with members of Congress to craft the legislation. While the Small Business Administration (SBA) prepares to stand up the program, businesses should take steps to organize the materials necessary to submit an application once it is available. Learn more about the program and see what you should do to prepare.
March 26, 2021

Diversity Equity and Inclusion Symposium, April 8

Registration is open for The Future & Beyond Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Symposium, a one-day virtual event on April 8. It is FREE and seeks to create a community-wide dialogue on the impact of diversity, equity, and inclusion on the landscape of business, education, faith, health, and employment. The Symposium is organized by a committee of professionals across various sectors in Madison County, and it features a great lineup of speakers. Reserve your spot today!
March 26, 2021

SWDA Letter to Businesses

As our community continues to grow and we welcome new industries into our area, the Solid Waste Disposal Authority of the City of Huntsville wants to remind our local manufacturers and industrial processing partners of our shared responsibilities to properly manage the scrap and waste coming from manufacturing and industrial processing facilities. This is a letter from SWDA Executive Director John "Doc" Holladay.