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    OU Grad Co-Founder of Firm
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    Huntsville Joins List of Top 20 U.S. Tech Hubs

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    Black Attorney Heads MCVLP
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    UAH Helps Develop Air Quality Monitoring App for Thailand
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    Former AAMU First Lady Succumbs in Maryland

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    Hugine Announces 2021 Retirement
    State Representatives Pay Tribute to Rosa Parks

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    HBG: Making Wreaths and Garlands
    World AIDS Day Virtual Concert

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    Columnist's Book Climbs into Amazon Top 50

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    Restore Your Vote Alabama - By Text!
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    AAMU Receives $3M DoD STEM Award

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    Delta Chapter Steps Up for the Elderly
    Poet's Talent Captured in New Collection

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    Popular Art Panels Move to Fellowship of Faith

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    Small Farms Research Center Gets USDA Visit
    Students Participate in Virtual Concert

  • Nation Mourns Death of Justice Ginsburg
    Drake State Opens Northwoods Facility
    LWV Launches Voting Series

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    Council's District 5 Runoff Set for October 6
    Alabama Colleges Get $72M from CARES Act

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    Huntsville Area Municipal Election Results

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    JLC Opens to Public
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    Tennessee Valley DLC Graduates Cohort XIII
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    A&A&M to Hold Joint Commencement This Month
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    Coalition Focuses on Home Ownership
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    Deltas Hold Successful MEALS Fundraiser

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    DLC Accepting Applications
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    UAH Schedules King Commemoration Program
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    UAH New Site for State Transportation Office

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    Madkins Chapel CP Church to Hold Annual Christmas Program

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    Randolph School Hosting Candlelight Concert
    Local Events Commemorate Legend Rosa Parks

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    Valley Mourns Death of Noted AME Spiritual Leader
    Uplifting Celebration Planned at Center Grove

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    Local State Representatives to Host Tributes to Rosa Parks
    Drake State Prez Among 2019's 'Women Who Shape the State'

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    Construction Set to Begin on Councill High School Park

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    OU, ASCTE Announce New Partnership
    AAMU Reinstates Athletic Hall of Fame

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    District 1 Town Hall Meeting Scheduled
    NAREB Urges Millennials to Become Homeowners

  • S.R. Butler Star Signs with Milwaukee Bucks
    HCS Makes Large Gains on State Report Card
    Presbyterian Official Will Address Fellowship PC

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    Rice Named ACCC AD of the Year
    AAMU Alum to Be Honored for Work in Osteopathics

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    Sherrod Portrait Unveiling Set for Oct. 28
    KFJ Memorial Foundation to Host 9th Celebration

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    Actress to Address Annual Aging Initiative on Oct. 17
    DLC Alumni Association Partners with Boys and Girls Club

  • Madkins Chapel to Host UA's Afro-American Gospel Choir
    Grassroots Partnerships Target Edmonton Heights

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    Nobel Laureate to Speak at AAMU
    Black Chamber to Host Annual Business Conference and Expo

  • Estée Lauder Appoints VP and General Counsel
    Toyota Alabama Boosts Manufacturing at Drake
    Huntsville Working on Road Restoration

  • AKAs Observe International Day of Prayer
    Annual Jazz in the Park Concert Series Begins
    County Accepting U.S. Passport Applications

  • Distinguished Professor at UA Will Discuss Black Alabamians at AAMU
    Madkins Chapel to Hold Men's Day

  • 36th Annual Beautillion Ball Scheduled
    Local Businessman Added to ABA Hall of Fame
    UWOC Observes Anniversary

  • AAMU English Professors Compile Top 100 Reading List for 2020
    Women's Group Sponsors Daddy-Daughter Dance at HBG
    The Valley Will Observe India Festival

  • CAFY Holds Annual Event at Calhoun
    Bulldog Fans Ready for Gridiron Season

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    Class Will Focus on Medicare Benefits
    AAMU Mourns Death of Noted Physicist

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    NAACP to Host Voter Registration Rally
    'Saved in the City' Conference Set for September

  • Huntsville Welcomes 24 New Police Officers
    AAU National Junior Olympic Games
    Bulldog Football Season Takes off in Canton

  • Caribbean Day Starts September
    West African Countries Could Try "ECO"
    Dems' Snub of Reparations Noted

  • 11th Annual Taste of Kappa at HMA
    Phoenix’s Flag Contract Ends, Layoffs Expected
    United Way Announces 27 Partners for 2019-2022

  • Burritt on the Mountain Named Attraction of the Year
    City Planning Director Will Head TARCOG

  • Spelling Bee Winner Honored by Commission
    Deltas Forge New Leadership
    Extension Wants Help with 'Grassroots Survey 2019'

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    Marker Honoring Church Street to Be Unveiled
    STUDY: Huntsville Among 'Top 10' in Career Ops

  • Long-time PR Staffer Retiring from Higher Ed
    Teen Chef to Speak for State Black Chamber Conference
    AAMU Mourns Death of Student Who Drowned

  • Alabama State Games XXXVIII Ceremony Set
    Legacy Center Inc. Holds Kickball Tournament
    Juneteenth Sets Stage for Bicentennial Event

  • HPAC to Hold Annual Leadership Banquet
    Third Annual Bradfords Gala Set for VBC

  • HBC to Hold 26th Vision Banquet
    9th Annual Car Show to Benefit ACS
    Greene Street Market Opening Soon

  • Former Commissioner Preyer Honored at Luncheon
    Bands Will "Jam" at Jemison

  • Phone Conference Focuses on Voting Rights
    Moulton Church to Observe Sesquicentennial
    Major General Gets Command Portrait

  • HU VP Speaks to OU Academy Students
    Alabama New South Coalition Announces Local Meeting
    A&M Honor Society Inducts First Group

  • UA System Announces Tuition Freeze
    Foundation President to Address AAMU Commencement
    Ford Official Advocating Free Summer Academy for 7-8 Graders

  • Blue & White Ball Scheduled
    NAACP to Host Fair Housing Panel
    UCMBC to Observe Hold Pastor's 30th Anniversary

  • School Board Member Acquitted of Harassment Charge
    Spiritual Chorale to Perform
    Family, Church Celebrates Local Matriarch

  • OU Conductor Named to National Fest
    Lions, AKAs Partner on Vision Initiative
    FMBC Pastor Installation Services Set

  • Huntsvillian Earns Top Healthcare Credential
    Drake, DOC Partner on Prison Education Program
    Retirement Celebration for Rev. Dr. Julius R. Scruggs

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    OUC Presents Annual Spring Revival
    Rolling Hills Celebrates Reading Across America

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    Mag Celebrates 30 Years of Logging Huntsville’s History
    Local Pharmacist Will Explain Opiad Epidemic

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    Group Home Celebrates 40th
    Harrison Center Event Rounds Out Black History Month

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    AAMU to Hold Urban Planning Conference

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    Local Haley Charity Announces 'Day of Action,' Resource Expo
    Black History Program Scheduled at Lowe's Chapel UME

  • District 6 Builds First New Road in 20 Years
    HMA to Feature Civil Rights Activist
    Local Elder Statesman Celebrates 78th Birthday

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    FPC to Hold Black History Month Program
    Chuy’s a Treat for 2019

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    CNN Analyst, White House Reporter April Ryan Visits AAMU
    New Season: AKA-EGO Announces 33 Prospective Debutantes

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    Community Partners Make Lasting Literacy Impact at Local School
    LAMH Premier Gets Warm Reception

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    Website Lists 2019’s Top 10 Best Cities for African Americans
    Cornerstone Initiative Offering Value Capacity Profiles

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    Journalist, Political Analyst to Visit Huntsville
    A&M Grad, High School Band Leader Completes Run to New Orleans

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