The Weekly Wrap – April 7, 2023

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Panoply 2023

It’s almost time for one of Huntsville’s favorite traditions. Panoply is the Southeast‘s premier arts weekend, April 28th through 30th, where Huntsville’s innovative spark shines through a festival of art, music, and more! You can learn more about the artists, music, and vendors in attendance HERE

Business & Economy

Downtown: Huntsville’s new city hall, which is currently under construction, is already transforming downtown. 

Read More: April 5, 2023

Solar Energy: Toyota Alabama makes plans to power 70% of operations with solar panels. 

Read More: PV Magazine April 5, 2023

Expansion: Butler Snow expands with a new office in Huntsville.

Read More: Butler Snow April 4, 2023

Merger Complete: Maynard & Gayle (Maynard) and Nexsen complete their merger with 550 professionals across 23 offices. 

Read More: Maynard Nexsen March 28, 2023


NASA: NASA named astronauts, including a Space Camp graduate, for the next moon mission.

Read More: April 5, 2023

Policy: The “Alabama Big 10” Mayors Tuesday applauded the introduction of new economic incentives legislation designed to increase Alabama’s competitiveness and job opportunities across the state and encouraged the state Legislature to adopt the measures swiftly.

Read More: Dothan Eagle April 4, 2023

Zoning: The Huntsville Planning Commission passed a zoning change Tuesday that would keep undesirable businesses off a 104.6-acre site on both sides of the Parkway north of Industrial Drive.

Read More: March 31, 2023

Non Profit

Women Build: Women leaders gathered in Huntsville to build a house for Habitat for Humanity.

Read More: April 5, 2023

Land Acquisition: Land Trust of North Alabama recently acquired a 44-acre property on Drake Mountain in East Huntsville.

Read More: April 5, 2023

Culture & Entertainment

College Basketball: Conference USA announced today that the 2024 and 2025 Conference USA Men’s & Women’s Basketball Championships will be hosted at Propst Arena in Huntsville, Alabama, in partnership with the Huntsville/Madison County CVB, the Huntsville Sports Commission and Knight Eady. 

Read More: Conference USA April 6, 2023


Technology: More than 1,000 students from 15 states, Mexico and Brazil, will compete in Alabama’s annual FIRST Robotics Competition this weekend in downtown Huntsville.

Read More: April 5, 2023

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