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Labor Day Special: No Fee Pet Adoption for Two Days Only

August 31, 2016

Labor Day celebrates the achievement and spirit of the American workforce.  And, no one works harder to love us unconditionally than our pets, so this Labor Day the Huntsville Animal Shelter is offering a ‘NO-FEE’ adoption event on Thursday and Friday, September 1 and 2. Visit the Shelter on these two days to select from over 100 pets in need of loving families! All cat and dog adoptions during this special [more]

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Investigators Need Help Identifying Robbery Suspects

August 31, 2016

The Huntsville Police Department Robbery Investigators are asking for the public’s help in identifying the men in these photos.   They are accused of robbing an individual recently.  If anyone has any information on their identities they are asked to call the Huntsville Police Department at (256)722-7100.

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Public Meeting Sept. 13 on Cecil Ashburn Drive Improvements

August 31, 2016

The City of Huntsville and the Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) are inviting citizens to learn more about planned roadway improvements to Cecil Ashburn Drive at a Public Involvement Meeting on Tuesday, September 13, at 6 p.m. in the Hampton Cove Elementary School Cafeteria, Old Highway 431 Hampton Cove, AL 35763. This “Restore Our Roads” project will widen, from two to four lanes, approximately 3.2 miles of Cecil Ashburn Drive from [more]

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5 things HPD’s South Precinct Captain wants you to remember this fall

August 31, 2016

      Captain DeWayne McCarver, South Huntsville Precinct Captain, just celebrated his one year anniversary as captain. Formerly, McCarver was a first shift lieutenant for the Huntsville Police Department (HPD) and before that he served as STAC commander. When you add it up, he has been with HPD for 22 years. He’s seen and experienced a lot. “A career in law enforcement can change you. It’s important you make sure that change is for [more]

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South Memorial Parkway Improvement Project – Presentation

August 30, 2016

On August 29, 2016, Huntsville City Council Member Dr. Jennie Robinson held a town hall meeting in partnership with the Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) to discuss updates on roadwork being done in South Huntsville. Please see the below link to the presentation that was shown at the meeting. South Memorial Parkway Improvement Project

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Morland Pointe Murder Suspect Captured in Tennessee

August 29, 2016

The Huntsville Police Department Major Crimes Unit announced that 27 year old Warren Hardy of Huntsville is in-custody in the Marion County, Tennessee Jail.  Hardy is awaiting extradition back to Huntsville on a charge of Capital Murder stemming from a shooting on Morland Pointe Friday afternoon.   The shooting happened after a series of events that started on Bailey Cove Road.  Hardy kidnapped his ex-girlfriend’s daughter and step-father from her Bailey Cove [more]

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Huntsville Police Make Arrest in 2014 Death of four Year Old

August 26, 2016

Huntsville Police Department Major Crimes Investigators have charged 29 year old Trevaris Cole with Murder in connection to the death of four year old Khamani Sanders on August 10, 2014.   Khamani was left in the care of Cole at an apartment in the 100 block of Mason Court.  When the parent returned, Khamani was found in his bed unresponsive.  Investigators are not releasing the official cause of death, but say Cole [more]

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Three Officers to be Recognized at City Council Meeting

August 26, 2016

Huntsville Police Department will be formally recognizing three of its officers at tonight’s City Council meeting for their actions while on duty.   On December 11, 2015, Officer Ricky McCarver was dispatched to a call of a man throwing rocks at vehicle in the 1800 block of University Drive.  Officer McCarver eventually located the male on Cleveland Avenue.   When he attempted to approach him the man attacked Officer McCarver.  He was able [more]

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Community Wide – One Day – Pet Adoption Extravaganza

August 25, 2016

Huntsville Animal Services is joining area pet rescue groups in sponsoring a community wide, one day, pet adoption event on Saturday, August 27, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the Huntsville Jaycee Building in John Hunt Park, 2180 Jaycee Way. Shelter pets will be available for a low adoption fee of $8 for cats and kittens, and $27 for dogs and puppies. This includes rabies and other vaccinations, spay or neuter surgery, license, and microchip for pet identification.  Restrictions [more]

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Mayor Battle Announces 100 Mile – 100 Day Walking Challenge

August 25, 2016

It’s time to put on your walking shoes! Mayor Tommy Battle announced the start of the Healthy Huntsville 2016 Mayor’s 100 Mile – 100 Day Walking Challenge.  Beginning today, August 24, through December 1, Huntsvillians are encouraged to walk 100 miles. It’s easier than you think, and incorporating a one-mile walk into your daily routine can help you feel better and live longer. “If you want to maintain your body’s flexibility [more]

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