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Hannah Jones


Huntsville, AL, United States

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Past articles by Hannah:

16 firearms confiscated at Huntsville International Airport so far in 2022

So far in 2022,16 guns have been confiscated at Huntsville International (HSV). TSA officials say most were loaded and many had ammunition chambered, posing the risk of an accidental discharge. → Read More

New historic marker honors first female attorney in Madison County

A historic marker has been placed on Adams Street to honor Madison County’s first attorney, Alice Boarman Baldridge. → Read More

October marks 5th annual ‘Huntsville History Month’

The City of Huntsville is celebrating its 5th annual “Huntsville History Month” with events and themes that highlight the Rocket City. → Read More

More delays and cancellations: How Summer 2022’s air travel compares to previous years

With a busy Summer 2022 travel season, many flyers have experienced flight delays, or even cancellations. → Read More

AAA expert offers best advice for Labor Day weekend travelers

After a Summer full of travel nearly reaching pre-pandemic levels, many people are trying to squeeze in one last vacation before Fall. → Read More

UAH and Women in Tech to host all-female networking event

The University of Alabama in Huntsville’s Women in Technology program is hosting a networking event Wednesday night for women interested in the STEM industry. → Read More

Huntsville bakery using cookies to give back to the community

Delicious cookies and a good cause is a match made in heaven – and a downtown Huntsville bakery is using its treats to raise money for a local charity. → Read More

‘A place where you don’t need to say sorry’: Huntsville’s first sensory gym under construction

Construction is well underway on North Alabama’s first sensory gym. → Read More

Huntsville Housing Authority hopes for community support in 2023

As the city grows, so does the need for affordable housing. So, looking ahead, McGinnis’ goal is to educate the remainder of the community on what they can do to help HHA provide more housing for those in need. → Read More

New Huntsville skatepark moving ahead with construction

Good news for skaters! Ground has broken and rails have started going up at what will soon be Huntsville’s new skate park. → Read More

3D printers helps bring community’s designs to life

As part of an initiative to offer more learning opportunities for community members in Madison County, the Huntsville-Madison County Public Library now has 3D printers available. → Read More

Free firearm training classes for Alabamians begin

With gun ownership comes responsibility, so the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources created classes to teach people about firearm safety in a low-stress, family-friendly environment. → Read More

Need resume & interview tips? Huntsville Library wants to help!

The Huntsville Madison County Public Library (HMCPL) is offering classes to help community members prepare for the workforce, with resume tips, cover letters and mock interviews to make the process less daunting. → Read More

July marks Minority Mental Health Awareness Month

Minorities in the United States are 20% more likely to experience mental health problems, according to the Health and Human Services Office of Minority Health. → Read More

Huntsville celebrating Parks and Rec Month with family-friendly events

Despite the heat, the city of Huntsville has some outdoor events planned for July for Parks and Rec Month! → Read More

Huntsville native among TIME’s 100 most influential people

Huntsville native, Karen Miga, has been named one of TIME’s 100 most influential people for 2022. → Read More

Huntsville U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center receives prestigious recognition

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Engineering and Support Center in Huntsville has received star recognition for its safety practices. → Read More

‘We’re setting it up for the future’: Limestone County Commission Chairman Collin Daly reflects on growth of county

Population and job growth were some of the hot topics discussed at Commission Chairman Collin Daly’s Limestone County State of the County address. → Read More

High temperatures can lead to heat-related illnesses

Temperatures in the 90s and the heat index over 100 might be enough for many of us to stay inside. But, for those who will be outside it also might be enough for heat related illnesses. → Read More

Rock Steady Boxing Rocket City celebrates 6 years in Huntsville

Rock Steady Boxing Rocket City, a program that helps people with Parkinson’s Disease, is celebrating 6 years in Huntsville. → Read More