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Huntsville Animal Services – Big Dogs, Small Cats – Only $10 in June!

June 19, 2016

Huntsville Animal Services is promoting $10 adoptions for its big dogs, over 40 pounds, and adult cats during the month of June. The fee includes everything a regular adoption fee comprises – shots, spay/neuter, microchip and city license. Adopt a canine at Huntsville Animal Services and receive a free bag of pet food while supplies last! The shelter is located at 4950 Triana Boulevard, Huntsville 35805. Hours are Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday [more]

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City Opens 4th Dog Park in Hampton Cove

June 8, 2016

The City of Huntsville opened its fourth dog park today in the Hampton Cove area. The property, at 265 Wade Road, backs up to the greenway at the Hays Nature Preserve and provides a beautiful play area for dogs to run along with picnic tables and sunshades for the pet owners. There is a divided area for large and small dogs and water access for the thirsty canines. “Thanks to Mayor [more]

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Live Fire Training for New Cadet Class of 2016

June 1, 2016

A live fire training exercise will be conducted by the Huntsville Fire & Rescue Training Division on June 2nd 3rd and 7th 2016.  The training exercise will take place in three donated structures located at 4020 Independence Drive. In preparation for the exercise the structure has been prepared and inspected.  All measures have been taken to protect the surrounding properties. During the training exercise nearby civilians may see black smoke coming [more]

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Huntsville Fire Academy Graduates 23 New Firefighters

June 1, 2016

Huntsville Fire & Rescue Training Academy graduated 23 new firefighters today during a ceremony at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center. The new firefighters endured a strenuous twenty-two (22) week academy where they were taught the basic skills that establish the knowledge required for a career in firefighting. Some of these skills were ropes, knots, various firefighting techniques, high angle rescue, surface water rescue, vehicle extrication and several other technical skills [more]

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