• Speaker: Investigations Coming after Trump Assassination Attempt - p.2
    John Legend to Perform at The Orion Amphitheater Oct. 12
    AAMU Sponsoring 'Jazz on the Terrace'

  • Keith: Focus Ahead on Music Technology - p.8
    NOBLE's Alabama Chapter Meets in Huntsville
    Eric Essix to Highlight Burritt Event

  • Woman's A&M Plants Thrive for over 50 Years! - p.8
    Local Computer Scientist Among Men's Hall of Fame 2024 Honorees
    UA Grad Stars in Short Film 'Madison the Musical'

  • Commissioner Hosts Juneteenth Panel on Colorblindness - p.11
    Scenes from Love of Music Gala - p.10
    Boys and Girls Clubs Board Announces 2024 Event Speaker

  • Scenes from Juneteenth Celebrations - p.9-10
    MidCity Prepares for Independence Day Celebration
    A&M Site of 15th Annual White Linen Brunch

  • 'Courageous 8' Exhibit Opens - p.10
    Juneteenth Festival Set for Saturday at Lakeside
    COUNTDOWN: Drake’s 'Jazz in the Garden'

  • Scenes from Annual Sickle Cell Walk - p.10
    The Legacy Center Ready for 5th Annual Kickball Tournament Saturday
    First Alum Named President of Tuskegee

  • Officials Cut Ribbon to New City Hall - p.8
    15th Annual White Linen Brunch June 29
    Second Annual ‘Love of Music’ Gala Scheduled

  • TARCOG Moves Senior Fun Fest to A&M - p.9
    Huntsvillian Named ASG 'Athlete of the Year'
    Drake Preparing for 'Jazz in the Garden'

  • Artist Links History and Empowerment - p.8
    Valley Mourns Death of Longtime Local Religious Leader, Activist
    City Hall Ribbon Cutting May 21

  • Drake State Welcomes USASMDC Head - p.8
    Stallworths Make '50th Year' $1.2 Million Gift to AAMU
    A&M Adds New Graduate Degrees, Online Ph.D. in Social Work

  • AAMU Will Help State with Economic Growth Plan - p.8
    Drake State Foundation Plans 'Jazz in the Garden'
    ICF's 15th Annual White Linen Brunch Set

  • Trey Flowers, A&M Sponsor MH Symposium - p.8
    Music Lovers Prepare for PorchFest FivePoints 2024
    A&M Gospel Choir Performs at Saint Bartley

  • Plan Now to Get Most from Summer 2024 - p.8
    A&M Readies for Spring Commencement
    Christian Women's Conference Set

  • TVA, HU Provide STEM Grants to HCS - p.7
    HU Schedules Business Matchmaker Event

  • You Can Go Home Again: Honduras Bound - p.8
    Big Maroon Saturday at A&M April 6
    Harris Home Readies for 70th Anniversary

  • MALCOLM THOMAS Honored by Phillips CME - p.8
    44th Annual Cotton Row Run Set
    Huntsville to Start Major Music Fest

  • River City Receives Important Grant - p.8
    AKAs Hold 65th Annual Debutante Presentation & Ball
    Arts Huntsville Set to Announce 2024 Panoply Arts Festival

  • Rosetta James Foundation Holds 2024 Gala - p.7
    Board Accepting Beautification Nominations
    DEIJ Scholarship Offers Full Access to O'Reilly Learning Platform

  • Construction Project Targets Fitness in Northwest - p.7
    PRESTON: “More Than Enough” - p.5
    Drake, AAMU Hosting TMCF Scholars Program

  • TAX Time Cometh: Don't Procrastinate - p.7
    March Brings 'Soulful' Yoga
    Summer Art Camp Set

  • The Legacy Center, Kohler Sponsor "Love Lunch" - p.8
    Local Church Observes 120th Anniversary
    Rocket City Hosts Sheryl Underwood

  • AAMU Collaborates with NASA's Lunar Challenge - p.8
    HBC Will Inaugurate 2nd Prez
    Spring Break Camp Registration Thru March 1

  • TVW Staff Celebrate Popular Newspaper's Tenth Anniversary - p.7
    AKAs Announce 65th Debutante Ball!
    'Go Red' Affair This Weekend

  • TVW's 2024 List of Famous Black Alabamians - p.9
    Spelman College Glee Club to Perform in Rocket City
    Arts Huntsville Awards $300K to 22 Arts Nonprofits

  • PRESTON BROWN: Realizing Your Full Potential - p.3
    Rosetta James Foundation Will Honor Six at March 9 Day Gala
    Juneteenth Activist Reclaims Texas Property at 97

  • How to Successfully Navigate 2024 Scam-Free - p.8
    OU Names Alum to AVP Post
    Huntsville to Expand VBC Concert Hall

  • Are You Standing Before Kings ... Why Not? - p.5
    Martin Luther King Parade Scheduled for January 13
    ADC Membership Breakfast to Feature Montgomery Mayor

  • PRESTON BROWN: "Make Time for God This Year" - p.3
    Comedian Set for VBC Jan. 19
    Huntsvillians to Participate in 'Beginner Acro' Workshop

    Huntsville Provides Support for Affordable Housing for Seniors, Low-Income
    Women's Expo Huntsville Prepares for Spring 2024

  • Legacy Center Holds Annual Holiday Open House - p.7
    'No-Brainer' Hands-Free Driving Ordinance Leads 2024
    Google Donates $250K to AAMU for STEAM Initiatives

  • Google Staffer Completes A&M Residency - p.8
    TVW Mourns Death of Educator, Administrator
    New 5-Year Drake Partnership Enables Outreach

  • Drake State Receives ‘Innovate Alabama’ Network Grant - p.8
    A&M, Sandia Nat'l Labs Introduce 'AI Cage'
    Huntsville Honors Alabamian Rosa Parks

  • Our Tim Allston Remembers Rosalynn Carter - p.5
    Deltas "Meals on Wheels" Support Fundraiser This Weekend
    City Sustainability Commission Established

  • PRESTON: Replacing Bad with Good - p.3
    Orion Announces 'Christkindlmarket'
    Nike Announces Pre-Launch of AAMU Shoe

  • REPORT: Housing Shortage and Black America - p.9
    Huntsville Holds Public Meeting for Mill Creek Project
    Lakeside UMC Plans Thanksgiving Food Giveaway

  • What's New for Alabama A&M University? - p.7
    New Art Installed at Shurney Center
    Huntsville Utilities Begins New Certification Program at Drake State

  • W.H. Councill High School Statues Unveiled - p.7
    TARCOG's Caregiver College Set
    AAMU Will Host Treasury Initiative

  • Scenes from Strategic Aging Initiative - p.9
    The 7-Minute Book Review Challenge???
    AAMU Band Exceeds Its $500K Fundraising Goal

  • Breast Cancer and the Black Male - p.8
    County Initiates 'Operation Green Light' for Vets
    New Poetry Press Launch Party in Florence

  • More About Triple Negative Breast Cancer - p.8
    AWJF to Host Holiday Jazz Event
    Extension-AAMU to Host Annual Conferences on Aging

  • AAMU, FICO Join Forces on Analytics Challenge - p.8
    Loss of Health Provider Having Low Impact on State
    HU, Drake Partner for G&W Operations

  • Your Valley Way to Autumn Renovations - p.8
    Burritt "Haunted Mansion Dinner" Sold Out
    Drake, HU Partner on Fuel-Water Program

  • A&M’s Computer Science Reaccredited - p.3
    Family, Friends & Church Celebrate RJF Elder Effie Gaines’ 90th Birthday
    Alums Contribute to NYC Band Trip

  • A Generation’s Financial Literacy Crisis - p.6
    Parks & Recreation Launches Citywide Boot Camp
    ACES Names Tuskegeean New Associate Director

  • A&M SFRC Gets $8.5M USDA-FSA Grant - p.7
    Drake State Partners with TVA on EV Chargers
    AAMU Resumes Nobel Lecture Series

  • Honoring an Icon - Thornton Stanley, Sr. - p.7
    Shooting Incident Spurs AAMU Response
    AAMU Will Host Screening of NASA Documentary Next Week

  • Drake State, edX Target Tech Pipeline - p.8
    Louis Crews Classic Kicks Off with Coach’s Breakfast Sept. 7
    Commissioner Edwards Hosts White House VIPs on Broadband

  • Focusing on Early Childhood Education - p.8
    Bob Harrison Center Site of 10th Alabama Women in Jazz
    Hundreds of Works to Be Shown at Monte Sano Arts Fest

  • USDA Launches Land Access Program - p.8
    Community Remembers Former Councilman, Rosetta James Elder
    Apollo Park 'Closer to Reality'

  • Going All the Way from A to Zoie! - p.5
    Final Phase of Apollo Park Underway
    Drake Students Join White House HBCU Scholars

  • Reps. Hall and Daniels Hold Town Hall - p.8
    NACEE Hosts 17th Annual Scholarship & Community Event
    Two AAMU Students Named White House HBCU Scholars

  • Tuskegee Grad Exec-Ed of BlackDoctor.org - p.6
    100 BMOGH Prepares for Golf Classic
    Huntsville Site of HBCU’s Regional Conference, Jackson Mayor to Speak

  • UAH Takes Lead in Drought Communication - p.5
    Vets' Valor Remembered - p.8
    Site Adds Rocket City to Affordability and 'Plentiful Jobs' Listing

  • Transportation Director Gets $8 Million Grant - p.8
    Legacy Park Grand Opening - p.5
    Blues Fest Will Celebrate Historic Moulton Figure

  • Black Men Offer 'Smoother' Path to Good Health - p.7
    New N. Huntsville Park Celebrates Past, Future
    Local Marketing Student Selected NBA X HBCU Fellow

  • 2nd Chance Ministries 'Love of Music' Gala Recap - p.3
    Recalling 'Emancipation Day' - p.8
    HPD Officer Receives Community Award from Lodge

  • Thanks, Dad, for Life's Alley-oop! - p.5
    ACCS Supporting Drake's Annual 'Jazz in the Garden'
    Opal Meek Greenway to Connect A&M, Sparkman/U.S. 72 East

  • HPAC Honors Community Leaders - p.8
    Drake, Miles Sign MOU to Boost Student Success
    Countdown Begins to Film Festival

  • Ivy Center to Hold White Linen Brunch - p.8
    Lakeside UM Will Host Juneteenth Celebration
    Conductor's TWG Work Receives 19 Telly Awards

  • Bankhead Inducted into Golf HOF - p.8
    UAH Holds Annual Patent Ceremony
    Huntsville Master Chorale Next Week

  • Huntsvillian to Get 1st "Rising Star" - p.8
    Huntsville Ready for Southern Fried Film Festival
    DLC Graduates Cohort XV

  • SPECIAL: Dignity for 'Georgia' Cemetery - p.8
    TVW Artist Helps Lead Tribute to Sun Ra
    OU Prepares for Spring Commencement

  • How to Find that Perfect 'Side Hustle' - p.8
    Huntsville Master Chorale to Hold Festival
    New Grocery Retailer to Take Huntsville by Storm

  • United States Colored Troops from Area- p.8
    Huntsville Names New City Clerk
    Empowering Youth: STEAMposium Set for April 29

  • McIntoshes on Importance of Giving Back- p.6
    Drake Plans Jazz in the Garden Event
    TVW Columnist Shares New Book

  • A&M Student Finds Fortune on 'Wheel'- p.8
    AAMU's Panion Inducted into Alabama Music Hall of Fame
    TVW Artist Among Southern Artists for Social Change Cohort

  • Valley Weekly Senior Editor Retiring from A&M- p.2
    Extension Agent Receives National Gardener Award
    Drake State to Offer Free Amazon Cerificate Course

    Commissioner, Representative to Address A&M Commencements
    Council Approves Phase 2 Repaving Contract

  • Davis Joins Alabama High School Sports Hall of Fame - p.8
    New Commanding General Takes Reins at AMC
    Sherrod Inducted into ALA Hall of Fame

  • NBA's Kobe Bryant vs. NBA 2.0's King David - p.5
    OU Receives SACSCOC Reaffirmation
    AAMU Alum to Tour with Jill Scott

  • SOLD OUT: Rosetta James 'Honoring Our Elders' - p.8
    Car Show Scheduled at Crews Stadium
    A&M Announces Executive Director of University Events

  • Paschal Conley Finally Gets Honor Due - p.6
    Drake Holds Program for Vets and Military Active-Duty
    Local Church Hosts Career Prep for College Students

  • $2M Grant to Support STEM Teachers - p.6
    Rosa Parks Committee Honors Huntsville's Changemakers
    AAMU Garners First Place Honors at BEYA

  • A&M's Food Service Director Retiring - p.8
    Rosetta James Foundation Day Gala Changes VBC Venue
    Tuskegee to Host Regional Alumni Conference in Huntsville

  • Depression Among 'Super Women'- p.7
    AKAs Bringing Regional to Huntsville
    BHM Lecture Series at Athens

  • 'The Hill' Gets New Branding AVP- p.6
    STEM/Black History Program Honors Pioneer
    ASU, Tuskegee Will Host DoD Program

  • Organization Targets Women's Heart Health- p.6
    Alabamian New Chair of Historic NCNW
    AAMU Prez Recognizes Campus Police

  • Political Commentator Speaks at A&M - p.8
    Oakwood Seeking Its '30 Under 30'
    Huntsvillian Chester Tre' Rogers Enjoys 'BMF' Role

  • Huntsville’s 19th Century Black History - p.7
    Alphas' 38th MLK Unity Event Set
    HPL Offering Series of Computer and Workforce Development Classes

  • Center Kicks Off MLK Events with Author - p.6
    Rosetta James Foundation Announces 2023 Honorees
    Globetrotters to Return to Huntsville

  • Valley Remembers Wiley J. Henderson - p.2
    HU Addresses Christmas Eve Blackouts
    Have a Happy and Prosperous New Year!

  • Kyrie Irving vs. Steph Curry - p.5
    Happy Holidays from Your Friends at The Valley Weekly!
    OU, BLM Plan Trip to Holy Land

  • ALLSTON: The Law of Unintended Consequences - p.5
    AAMU Honors Choral Matriarch Nell Lane Bradford
    Huntsville Seeks Community Input on New Greenways

  • Are You Prolonging Happiness? - p.5
    100 Black Men Announce Annual Gala
    HPAC Installs Officers for 2023-25

  • Huntsville Prepares for Annual Christmas Parade
    A&M Commencement Stays on Campus
    Drake Frontiers Program Unveils 3D Printing Robot

  • A&M Opens Two New Facilities - p.6
    "Maintain, Don't Gain" Challenge Targets Huntsvillians
    Galaxy of Lights Will 'Shine on' Through New Year

  • Two to Compete on Netflix Food Special- p.5
    'Life Is a Journey' - p.3
    DLC Rebounds with Graduation of Its Cohort XIV

  • Why Not Prepare Early for Thanksgiving?- p.6
    'Remembering Diann' - p.8
    'Galaxy of Lights' Begins at Garden

  • Foundation Honors Nell Lane Bradford - p.6
    Annual Women's Conference Saturday
    AAMU Trustees Hold Annual Meeting in Birmingham

  • LIVES: Breakthroughs in Cancer Testing - p.8
    Magic City Classic:AAMU Birmingham Bound!
    Meta Presents Tennis Great for Girls Inc. Gala

  • Who Deserves Credit for the AAMU Logo? - p.6
    Second Annual Women's Conference Set
    AAMU Opioid Project Gets Recognition

  • It's A.I. at AAMU! - p. 6
    'Walk for Freedom' Event Scheduled
    Local AKAs Hold Forum for Midterm Election Candidates

  • Preston Brown: Getting Your Passion Back - p.3
    AAMU Names General Counsel
    Talented TVW Artist Among WMA Prize Winners

  • Bouldin-Frost Chairs ACHE Board - p.4
    Who's My Neighbor? - p.3
    Legacy Center Set to Launch "Community Clinics"

  • City Program Aims for Male Mentorship
    A&M Gets $750K USDE STEM Grant
    'Laps for Literacy' Walk Saturday

  • Girls Inc. Celebrating 50th with Guest Serena Williams
    AAMU Announces Events for Homecoming 2022
    Huntsville Operating Budget Presented

  • President Biden Appoints Drake's Sims to NAIC
    Interfaith Mission Service Fundraiser Scheduled
    Roger Howard Joining Monte Sano Art Festival

  • Harrison Center Site of Alabama Women in Jazz Festival
    TVW Remembers Beloved Columnist
    Food Truck Fest at The Palace

  • Local Realtors Make Stand Against DV
    Burritt's Ever-Popular Oktoberfest Dinner Set
    Monte Sano Art Festival Scheduled Sept. 10-11

  • Change of Command Ceremony Held for Naval Officer, A&M Alumnus
    CTS Reunion Scheduled
    Food Truck Mania 2.0 N-HSV Set

  • Citizens Urged to Take Part in 'Green' Survey
    Update on Huntsville's BIG Picture: The Study, Vision & Plan
    A Tribute to Marion Anderson Draper

  • ASU-OU Student Set for Med School
    AAMU Farm Site of Town Hall on Medicinal Cannabis
    HMCPL Offering Free Computer Classes

  • How Black Men Can Lower Odds of Prostate Cancer - p. 3
    Popular Comedian D.L. Hughley Comes to the Rocket City
    Royal Legacy Scholarship Awards at Embassy

  • Local Educator Named Einstein Fellow
    A&M Day at The World Games
    Tennessee Valley Remembers Local Activist, RJF Elder

  • TVW Columnist-Author to Launch 4-in-1 Books
    TVW Columnist Voted to Vandy Top 100
    Local VP Joins Delta Ed Board

  • Meet TikTok's Newest Sensation - p. 8
    Local Dealer Unveils Huntsville's First All-Electric F-150
    Local Artist Selected to Participate in Regional Exhibition

  • AAMU-RISE, GTRI Form Partnership
    UAB's Vickers Named President/CEO of Cancer Center in Manhattan
    HMA Featuring Betty Grisham Exhibit, Open Free July 3

  • Orion Amphitheater to Feature Soulster
    Huntsville Seeking Local Artists for Public Art Plan
    HMCPL Offers Oceans of Possibilities

  • TVW Salutes Our Fathers
    Omegas Make Donation to Drake
    Kappas Host 'Guide Right' Program

  • Safety During Life's Storms
    NHBA to Host "JUNETEENTH" Celebration
    AAMU Holds Name Unveiling for Residence Hall

  • Park in Northwest Huntsville Moving Forward
    Sickle Cell Foundation's Annual Walk-A-Thon June 4
    A&M Receives NASA Support for Summer STEM Program

  • Jazz Great to Make First Alabama Visit
    Drake Holds Spring Commencement
    Huntsville Tops Nation's 'Best Places to Live' ... HBCUs?

  • For Love of Ivey's
    Valley Residents Mourn Deaths in Buffalo
    Area College Site for 'Haitian Flag Day'

  • Drake Offering Summer Teacher Training
    Rosetta James Foundation to Resume Annual Gala in 2023
    The Legacy Center Hosting Annual Kickball Tournament June 4

  • NHBA Hosts Diversity Roundtable
    Kids' Space Getting Redesign
    Wastewater Analysis Could Show Rising COVID-19 Infections

  • AAMU Band to Join Macy's Thanksgiving Parade in 2023
    Committee of 100 Holds 'Rock the Vote' Event
    Donations, Support Make Drake’s 'Jazz' a Success

  • GoodHire Ranks City as No. 5 on Affordability
    Huntsville Bible College Offering Financial Literacy Course
    Huntsville Site of Regional Choral Festival

  • OU Prepares for Event-Heavy Homecoming
    Birmingham Mayor A&M Commencement Speaker
    Huntsville to Host First 'Eggstravaganza'

  • Local Dealership Owner First Woman Inducted into Hall of Fame
    Rep. Hall Recipient of Persistence Service Award
    The Other Side of Will Smith's Slap

  • A&M Prepares for Wims Investiture
    Rosetta James Foundation Awards Scholarships to Forty
    Impresario, WJAB Partner for 'Soulful Sunday'

  • Car Show Scheduled at A&M This Weekend
    ACCS Opens Center
    Daughters of Elk Presenting Poetry Contest

  • Deltas to Present 'Crimson & Cream' Conversations
    Local School Kids Complete STEM Bootcamps at Drake State
    Beautification Board Accepting 2022 Entries

  • Epsilon Gamma Omega Presents 46 Exquisite Jewels
    Site Probes Black College Endowments
    AHA Event Honors Fellows

  • The Valley Mourns Loss of Administrator and Advocate
    Millionaire Entrepreneur Visits 'The Hill,'
    Haley to Receive NAACP's Game Changer Award

  • HPD Chief Announces Retirement
    A&M Board Holds In-Person February Meeting
    Gallery Will Feature Local Artist

  • Drake Receives Anonymous Gift
    AKA-EGO Debutante Ball Goes Virtual

  • Huntsville To Host U.S. Paralympics Cycling Again
    State Unemployment Said 'Stable'
    Local, Other HBCUs Receive Bomb Threats

  • REVIEW: Huntsville Continues Growth Trajectory
    OUC Welcomes New Pastor
    BHM Special: Dr. Daniel K.Wims

  • Huntsvillian to Boost DEI
    Bryant Bank Gives $100K to UAH College of Nursing
    RJF Scholarship Apps Accepted

  • Girls Inc. Celebrates 50th
    'Father of Environmental Justice' an A&M BHM Speaker
    Alphas Hold 37th MLK Breakfast Virtually, Give Honors

  • GHIMF to Hold MLK Birthday Celebration
    Huntsville Hosts Alabama's 'Big Ten' Leaders
    Rosetta James Foundation Accepting Scholarship Applications

  • Black-Owned Birth Center Coming to Huntsville
    City: Facebook Expansion Will 'Benefit North Huntsville'
    Wims Begins Term as AAMU's 12th President

  • ADPH Urges COVID Precautions
    Promising Black Business to Open
    Joe Davis Stadium Renovations Set

  • Group Spreads Holiday Cheer in the Valley
    The Legacy Center to Hold 'Marriage Retreat'
    OU Professor Publishes Book on Music History

  • "The Normal Life" Film Project Expands
    HPL Continues Growth
    Drake State Veteran Students Receive Christmas Gift from CVMA

  • Homeless to Receive City Support
    Huntsville Formally Introduces Redistricting
    AAMU to Hold Fall Its Commencement December 10

  • Hundreds of FedEx Packages Found in Woods
    NEW: Drake Manufacturing Bootcamps
    AAMU to Offer Additional Support for Its STEM Students

  • Commissioner Announces Improvements to Harrison Center
    Huntsville Public Transit to Begin New Pay System

  • HudsonAlpha to Partner with Alabama Colleges, Assist Farmers
    AAMU Facility to Be Dedicated to Icons
    Rocket City Selected for Unique Housing Solutions Workshop

  • King David & James Brown?
    NACEE Holds Vets Appreciation Luncheon
    AAMU Researchers Receive $4 Million ERDC Award

  • New Transit Hub Coming
    UAH Hosts National Student Poster Contest
    Poet Part of Press Project

  • Human Relations Commission Chair Named
    TVJS to Feature Curtis Lundy and Bobby Watson Oct. 29
    Commerce Addressing Chip Shortage

  • Valley Mourns Death of Former Councilman
    Drake Students Awarded National Space Club Scholarships
    An Emotional Day in Montgomery

  • How to Become Winter Smart in the Fall
    A&M Small Farms Research Center Receives Grant
    Brown Receives National Service Award

  • Morehouse-Tuskegee Classic Moves to B'ham
    A&M Names Wims 12th President
    Drake's Sims Joins 'Women of Impact'

  • IMS Holds Celebration and Awards Conference
    Body of A&M, ISU Student Found
    HudsonAlpha, Drake Bring Genomic Health Options to College Employees

  • Ribbon Cutting Set for Extension Mobile Labs
    Transit a Key Service to Area Citizens
    NSF Award Aims for Improved Math Skills

  • Dance Africa to Celebrate Nat’l Day
    A&M Board to Hold In-Person Interviews
    CENSUS: Some Major Cities Losing Black Populations

  • TVW Begins Its Eighth Year
    McIntosh Family Name Added to A&M Building
    CENSUS: Some Major Cities Losing Black Populations

  • Councilman Keith Says Johnson Legacy Extends Beyond Building
    Six AAMU Students Receive HPAC Scholarships
    Committee Names Finalists for A&M Presidency

  • PLANNERS: Growth Won’t Nab Quality of Life
    Scouts to Host Whitney Young Awards Banquet
    AAMU Receives Its Largest Individual Gift

  • Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill Passes Senate
    Public Artist Series Announced

  • HBC to Sponsor Golf Tournament
    A&M Gets $2.2 Million NSF Grant for STEM Enhancement
    NASA Supports Workforce Development at Drake

  • Legislators Noted for Support of Drake
    Huntsville Gets 'Gig City' Honors in Music City
    Preston: Time to Make a Change?

  • Preparing for Back to School
    Sen. Warnock Keynotes Men's Day at FMBC
    Drakes Expands Free Access to STEM Classes for Area High Schoolers

  • Oakwood Holds Ribbon Cutting
    Union Hill Hosts PB Convention
    Huntsville Still on Track for No. 1

  • RFCU Makes $2 Million Pledge to Boys & Girls Club of North Alabama
    HMA Will Showcase Recent Acquisitions July 25
    HBG: All About Pollinators

  • AAMU Receives $4.2 Million Award from USDOT for Transit System
    TVJS Reschedules Jazz-N-June
    Concert Series at Halfway Point

  • Commissioner Supports Drake Campus Improvement
    Local Track Star Bound for Tokyo
    City Addresses Fireworks Safety Prior to Fourth

  • Early Independence Day Celebration Scheduled
    HPD Offer Summer Home Safety Tips
    AAMU Board Approves $211M FY22 Operating Budget

  • Happy Father’s Day!
    A Salute to Dads
    UAH Alum Becomes Ms. Black Alabama USA 2021

  • Rosa Parks Committee Makes Formal DOJ Request
    'Bob' Harrison Center Reopens
    Concert in the Park Resumes Mondays Thru August 9

  • Black Wall Street's Ties to Alabama Town
    Hobbs to Be Inducted into Distinguished Order
    Regional Conference Elects OU Alum Prez

  • Organizers Plan for Annual Vision Banquet
    Archives Holds Key to City's History
    Gallery Showcases Black Photographers

  • Local Activist Honored
    Drive-in Fest Scheduled for MidCity
    Madison Officials Set for Delta Panel

  • Is AAMU the First HBCU with Its Own Beer?
    Children's Book Focuses on AME Church
    HPAC Pays Worthwhile Tribute to Personnel at Rolling Hills

    Inspirational Author Achieves Amazon Ranking
    Locals Take on Important New Roles

  • AAMU to Hold Annual Founder’s Day Virtually
    HPCAC Issues Report on Police Response to 2020 Protests
    TVW Columnist Publishes Audiobook Version of "Silver-Mettle Leaders"

  • HHF Honors Noted Nurse
    Deltas to Host 'Crimson and Cream' Conversations with Councilmen
    Drake State 60th Anniversary Kickoff

  • Long-Awaited Magic City Classic Scheduled
    N. Huntsville Celebrates Opening of Shurney Legacy Center
    City, A&M Will Still Require Masks

  • Alabamians Selected for White House Advisory
    New Burritt Exhibit Will Focus on Scottsboro Boys
    CENSUS: Huntsville Now 2nd City

  • Huntsville Breaks Ground on Metronome
    Symposium to Focus on Racism
    The Legacy Center Announces Appointment of Executive Director

  • Betty Kelly Austin
    LRC to Honor Six During WHM
    EGO Chapter Awards Scholarships to Local Students

  • Women Key in A&M's Online Transition
    New Twist on Breast Cancer
    Drake, OU Officials Sign Two MOUs

  • Huntsville Part of ERAP
    OU Grad Co-Founder of Firm
    CENSUS: Huntsville Now 2nd City

  • 102-Year-Old Gets Vaccine
    Drake Part of NASA 'CAN' Program
    Groups Schedule National Week of Prayer for AIDS Awareness

  • Minister Completes LTS Degree
    AAMU Planners to Take on 'Racial Justice in Planning'
    OU Sending Shout Out to Honor Classes

  • Rev. Dr. Oscar L. Montgomery
    Multi-talented WCA Student to Attend West Point
    Valley Community Remembers Mr. "Absolutely Not!"

  • Rev. Joseph Lowery
    AAMU Alumnus Seeks 'Fintech' Answers in Australia
    100 Black Men to Hold Virtual Fundraiser

  • Sorority Presence Impressive at HBCUs
    Vaccine Doses in Huntsville Scheduled for Increase
    Huntsville Joins List of Top 20 U.S. Tech Hubs

  • Commissioner Announces $5.2M Fed Relief Funds
    NAHA Partners with Drake State
    NAAACC Presents Awards

  • RJF Scholar Becomes Nurse During COVID-19 Pandemic
    Black Attorney Heads MCVLP
    Center to Be Named for Trailblazer

  • Foundation Matriarch Dies
    Migration Study Places Huntsville Among Nation’s Top 5 'Move-to' Cities
    HMA to Feature Works of Printmaker, Sculptor

  • Rosetta James Foundation Announces Gift, Scholarships
    Post-Holidays Clean up Scheduled January 9

  • CCC to Host Site Visit for Dental Hygiene Program
    A&M Part of Multi-School Consortium on Data Science
    Chamber Sponsors 2021 Legislative Update

  • HMA to Feature Works of Printmaker, Sculptor
    UAH Helps Develop Air Quality Monitoring App for Thailand
    'Model Environment' Helps Clean Area's Homeless Camps

  • Drake Becomes Coding Center
    Retired Judge Honored by Lawyers Group
    Former AAMU First Lady Succumbs in Maryland

  • Huntsville Site of 2021 U.S. Paralympics Cycling Open
    Hugine Announces 2021 Retirement
    State Representatives Pay Tribute to Rosa Parks

  • City Aims to Hire F&R Team Members
    HBG: Making Wreaths and Garlands
    World AIDS Day Virtual Concert

  • Drake State Names Advisory Board
    Huntsville Finalist in Space Command HQ Bid
    Columnist's Book Climbs into Amazon Top 50

  • AAMU Receives $5M Award from Dept. of Army
    Restore Your Vote Alabama - By Text!
    Local Leaders Celebrate 150th Anniversary of Glenwood Cemetery

  • New District 5 Councilman Takes Oath of Office
    Woody Anderson Ford Presents Vehicle to Raising Men Lawn Care
    Depression in Black Children

  • St. Bartley Celebrates 200th Anniversary
    A&M Begins Construction on New Event Center
    Annual 'Galaxy of Lights' Celebrates 25th Anniversary

  • City Mourns Loss of Its First Lady
    Niece of Blues Legend Dinah Washington Part of "Women of Alabama" Exhibit
    Preparing for the 2020 General Election

  • Girls Inc. Plans ‘Power of the Purse
    Mayor Battle: Top Retail Store Coming to Huntsville
    AAMU Receives $3M DoD STEM Award

  • Annual Housing Expo Going Virtual
    Delta Chapter Steps Up for the Elderly
    Poet's Talent Captured in New Collection

  • D5 Council Voters Choose New Direction
    HPD Partners with FBI on Facility
    Popular Art Panels Move to Fellowship of Faith

  • October Is Breast Cancer Awareness Month
    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

  • Hugine on Significance of Voting
    Council's District 5 Runoff Set for October 6
    Alabama Colleges Get $72M from CARES Act

  • Alabamian Family Pastor of Shooting Victim Jacob Blake
    Drake, JSU Partner
    Lowe Mill Arts Schedules "Car" Concert

  • Alabamian Family Pastor of Shooting Victim Jacob Blake
    Drake, JSU Partner
    Lowe Mill Arts Schedules "Car" Concert

  • Huntsville Honors Women’s Suffrage in 19th Amendment Mural
    Huntsville Area Municipal Election Results

  • AAMU Alumni Association Announces New Officers
    JLC Opens to Public
    State Officials Fund Outdoor Lighting at Drake State

  • Council Candidates Forum Scheduled August 12
    Tennessee Valley DLC Graduates Cohort XIII
    Oakwood Reopens Campus to Launch Fall Term

  • Huntsville Native Will Guide Police Council
    Johnson Legacy Center Nears Opening Date
    TU Alums Hold Scholarship Parade for Area Students

  • HU Distributes COVID-19 Relief Funds to Local Charities
    LWV 2020 Drive Up Voter Services Event Aug. 1
    ACES Announces New Summer Programs

  • County Issues Face Covering Order
    New Nature Preserve Holds Grand Opening
    Utilities to Resume Disconnections Aug. 3

  • County Sets COVID-19 Voting Safety Precautions
    A&A&M to Hold Joint Commencement This Month
    Forgotten Heroes of COVID-19

  • Unity, Liberation & Independence
    A&M Hosts Board’s Summer Meeting
    Governor Addresses Chamber of Commerce

  • ACES Offering 'Seniors Safe at Home' Program'
    So, What’s “The Plan”?
    A&M Board to Consider Renaming of Structures, Re-Opening Plans

  • Two of Famous Birmingham Sextuplets Will Enter A&M
    Artists Make Appeals for Social Justice Via "aRtEVOLUTION"
    OU Sets up George Floyd Scholarship

  • The Expectations of American Citizenry
    Valley Can't Escape Emotions, Nat'l Protests from Injustices

  • A&M Seeking Community's COVID Experiences
    Some Stocks Fared Well During COVID-19
    Local Poet to Be Featured in Houston Exhibition

  • Butler to 11 U.S. Presidents Dies from COVID-19
    Drake State Issues Census 2020 Challenge
    800,000 Alabamians Live in Poverty

  • 'Architect of Rock and Roll' Slatedf or Burial in Huntsville
    Doing Business on "The Hill"
    HCS Seeks Input on Proposed Calendars

  • Councilman Says City Only "One Event Away" from Square One
    COVID-19’s Other Consequences:Early Retirements
    Title IX Revisions Offer Accused New Rights

  • Local Parks Begin Re-Opening Process
    Chamber: There Are Still Some Employers Hirin
    Community Foundation Pushes Emergency Relief Fund

  • Representatives Stress Support of Seniors During COVID-19
    Candidates Await July 14 Primary Run-off Election
    Local Small Businesses Supported by $100M Facebook Grant

  • Camp Preparing 5,000 Meals
    CEO Joins Board of Crestwood Medical Center

  • AAMU, HBCUs Get Federal Stimulus Funding under CARES Act
    HMCPL Remains Connected Digitally During Pandemic

  • HPD Enforces Closure Order at Local Businesses
    DHS Defines Travel Under Shelter-in-Place
    Why Census 2020 Is So Important

  • Valley Mourns Death of Native Son, 'Dean'
    Coronavirus Empties Many Church Pews
    Harvest Native, WWII Vet Celebrates 102nd Birthday

  • HBC Honors Rosetta James for Women's History Month
    Sen. Jones, Colleagues Push Expansion of Early Voting Bill

  • The Catalyst Selects Entrepreneur of Year
    Valley Residents Provide Input on New City Hall

  • Oakwood Announces Preparations for Corona Virus
    Huntsville Targets Its Colleges for Census

  • Roaring 20s: OU Readies for 42nd UNCF Gala
    Hospital's Annual Wellness Conference Set
    Tow Truck Driver Saves a Life

  • AAMU Step Closer to Major North Huntsville Development
    City of Huntsville Announces College Internships

  • Noted Pastor Jamal Bryant to Culminate St. John AME Black History Month Celebration at A&M
    Artist, Performer Among Drake State’s BHM Offerings
    Alabama Senator Jones Decries Re-routing of Ship-Building Funds to Build Border Wall

  • United Women of Color Push Series on Voting, Minorities
    League of Women Voters Schedule Feb. 26 Meeting
    RFCU, AARP Offering Tax Prep

  • WEDC Hosting Seminar, Best-Selling Author
    Senator Draws Attention to Radon Levels in Public Housing
    Major Summit Targets African American Males Ages 13-17

  • Rocket City Tops Among 'Best Small Airports'
    Huntsville Forms Music Advisory Board
    New South to Host Candidates Forum

  • ADC: Eddie Sherrod Annual Membership Breakfast Feb. 1
    Coalition Focuses on Home Ownership
    DLC Accepting Applications

  • Malcolm X's Daughter Addresses A&M MLK Day
    Former SNCC Officer to Speak at UAH
    Deltas Hold Successful MEALS Fundraiser

  • Extension Urges Attention to Livestock Following Heavy Rains
    DLC Accepting Applications
    TVW Columnist’s Article Featured by Forbes

  • A&M Will Host Gathering on Environmental Justice
    UAH Schedules King Commemoration Program
    Alphas Plan Annual MLK Unity Breakfast, Parade

  • 'Just Mercy' Private Screening Sells Out
    Minority Firm Aims to Purchase Valley TV Station
    Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays!

  • Deltas, Omegas Coordinate Turnout for Movie 'Harriett'
    Drake Prez Elected to SACSCOC Council
    UAH New Site for State Transportation Office

  • CENSUS: College Enrollment Dips Since 2011
    Private Screening for “Just Mercy” Set for Jan. 9
    Madkins Chapel CP Church to Hold Annual Christmas Program

  • Union Chapel MB Church to Present 'Christmas in Oz'
    Randolph School Hosting Candlelight Concert
    Local Events Commemorate Legend Rosa Parks

  • Local CEO Will Address 400 at AAMU Commencement
    Valley Mourns Death of Noted AME Spiritual Leader
    Uplifting Celebration Planned at Center Grove

  • AAMU Business College Gains AACSB Accreditation
    Local State Representatives to Host Tributes to Rosa Parks
    Drake State Prez Among 2019's 'Women Who Shape the State'

  • Sorority Works to Eliminate Food Insecurity Among Elders
    Construction Set to Begin on Councill High School Park

  • Elks' Event to Feature Congresswoman Terri Sewell
    OU, ASCTE Announce New Partnership
    AAMU Reinstates Athletic Hall of Fame

  • Event Will Chronicle Evolution of Gospel Music
    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

  • Valley Mourns Death of Voting Rights Activist, Volunteer
    Rice Named ACCC AD of the Year
    AAMU Alum to Be Honored for Work in Osteopathics

  • Legacy Continues: Johnson High Gets Updates
    Sherrod Portrait Unveiling Set for Oct. 28
    KFJ Memorial Foundation to Host 9th Celebration

  • Huntsvillian to Receive Tech Rising Star Award
    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

  • IMS Celebrating 50th Anniversary of Community Support
    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

  • War Dawgs' Presence Coming to 'The Ville'
    Class Will Focus on Medicare Benefits
    AAMU Mourns Death of Noted Physicist

  • Calhoun Will Host 2019 CAFY Program
    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'

  • Engineers Annual Golf Tournament Set
    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

  • AAA Grant Helps Launch Dance Program
    OUC Presents Annual Spring Revival
    Rolling Hills Celebrates Reading Across America

  • Alumni Chapter Offering Dr. Rather Brown Scholarships to Local Students
    Mag Celebrates 30 Years of Logging Huntsville’s History
    Local Pharmacist Will Explain Opiad Epidemic

  • Huntsville Mother of Three Wheel of Fortune Contestant
    Group Home Celebrates 40th
    Harrison Center Event Rounds Out Black History Month

  • AFC Elects Huntsvillian to Lead Association
    AAMU to Hold Urban Planning Conference

  • OUC Celebrating Black History Month with Sen. Doug Jones
    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

  • King's Daughter to Speak at A&M
    FPC to Hold Black History Month Program
    Chuy’s a Treat for 2019

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

  • Deltas Celebrate 106th Founders' Day
    Community Partners Make Lasting Literacy Impact at Local School
    LAMH Premier Gets Warm Reception

  • International Symposium on Child Abuse Set for Huntsville
    Website Lists 2019’s Top 10 Best Cities for African Americans
    Cornerstone Initiative Offering Value Capacity Profiles

  • GHIMF to Observe King Birthday
    Journalist, Political Analyst to Visit Huntsville
    A&M Grad, High School Band Leader Completes Run to New Orleans

  • UAH King Day Event to Feature Tuskegee Choir
    Kwanzaa Events Set Thru December 28
    County AHOF 2019 Announced