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Bobby Stilwell


Huntsville, AL, United States

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Past articles by Bobby:

Veterans invited to mental health resources fair Wednesday afternoon

An upcoming town hall will give veterans a chance to connect with people and resources to help their mental and physical well-being. → Read More

Greyhound temporarily suspends service to Huntsville

As of Monday, when attempting to purchase a ticket on the Greyhound website, Huntsville no longer shows. → Read More

Huntsville bucks national gas price trend

Gas prices continued to fall across Huntsville Monday, bucking the national trend. → Read More

Part of Gurley in the dark

Huntsville Utilities said an outage at 9:40 a.m. Sunday knocked out power to 900 customers. → Read More

Chad Emerson looks back at his time leading Downtown Huntsville, Inc.

Chad Emerson is the head of day-to-day operations for Huntsville’s brand new professional soccer team, but you might recognize his name from another venture he just stepped down from. → Read More

Family displaced after house fire early Saturday

The City of Athens said crews were called to a house fire in the 400-block of South Houston Street just after 2 a.m. → Read More

City of Huntsville approves contract for new Transit transfer station

The new, 3,800-square-foot station will be built next door to the current station on Church Street. → Read More

Need to register to vote or get a voter ID? Here’s where you can do it next week.

A mobile unit from the Alabama Secretary of State’s Office will be in Madison County next week. → Read More

Albertville Aggie Band going to Rose Parade for the third time

The Albertville Aggie Band will be returning to the 135th Annual Rose Parade in 2024. → Read More

Mobile food pantry setting up in Madison Saturday

One Generation Away will be bringing the mobile food pantry to Madison City Stadium (211 Celtic Drive), on Saturday, September 24, offering fresh produce, pantry staples, and more to anyone in need. → Read More

Find jobs, volunteer opportunities at upcoming music career fair

Arts Huntsville, the Huntsville Music Office, and the Von Braun Center are teaming up to host the Huntsville Music Industry Career Fair and Community Expo this coming Saturday, September 24. → Read More

Mistrial declared in Mason Sisk capital murder trial

After initially denying a motion for a mistrial last Friday, Limestone County Circuit Judge Chadwick Wise declared a mistrial in the Mason Sisk capital murder trial Monday morning. → Read More

BLOG: Sisk capital murder trial enters Day 6

The trial for the teenager accused of killing his parents and three siblings entered day 6 Monday morning. → Read More

Huntsville continues to boast some of the lowest gas prices in the state

Across Alabama, prices varied wildly. The cheapest station was charging $2.82/gallon, while the most expensive was charging $4.29/gallon, a difference of $1.47. → Read More

1 shot in Somerville Sunday afternoon

The Morgan County Sheriff’s Office confirmed deputies were called to the area of Dunn and Adams Streets in the town of Somerville shortly before 1 p.m. → Read More

1 shot in Athens Saturday afternoon

Athens Police said officers were called to the area of Plainview Circle and Pruit Street at 4:09 p.m. → Read More

Army Colonel returns home to Redstone, Materiel Command

Army Colonel Scott Rawlinson says he’s been fortunate in his career. → Read More

Galaxy of Lights returning to Huntsville Botanical Garden, here’s when they’ll be on

Guests will have more opportunities to walk through the annual Galaxy of Lights in 2022. → Read More

BLOG: Mason Sisk capital murder trial enters day 5

The teenager accused of killing his parents and three siblings in 2019 is back in court Friday for the fifth day of his capital murder trial. → Read More

State objects to youthful offender status for woman charged in connection with infant death

Madison Jade McCalpin, who was 17 at the time of the infant’s death, was scheduled to receive a youthful offender hearing on Monday, September 12 at the Franklin County Courthouse. → Read More