The Weekly Wrap – December 16, 2022

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Annexation: Huntsville introduces an ordinance to annex 1,221 acres in Limestone County.

Read More: The News Courier December 15, 2022

Year in Review: Over the past year, Huntsville City has committed over $60 million to its recreation offerings, building new facilities and renovating existing spaces, all while providing dozens of free, year-round programs to youth, adults, and seniors.

Read More: City of HSV December 9, 2022

Behind the Scenes: Get a first look at the FBI’s growing campus at Redstone Arsenal.

Read More: December 8, 2022

Business & Economy

Development: MidCity District announced a $108 million residential development that will aim for a “net zero energy” project and a reduced carbon footprint.

Read More: WHNT December 15, 2022

Grand Opening: Huntsville’s newest Mapco hosts their grand opening on Governors Drive. 

Read More: FOX 54 December 15, 2022

Real Estate: The National Association of Realtors has named Huntsville a top 10 real estate market to watch in 2023.

Read More: 256 Today December 14, 2022

Ground Breaking: Hotel Indigo, the first of three planned hotels at Mid City broke ground this week. 

Read More: December 10, 2022


Awarded: Intuitive Research announced over $100 million in combined contracts to provide cyber expertise to Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex and Program Executive Officer for Simulation, Training, and Instrumentation.

Read More: HBJ December 13, 2022

Awarded: NASA and Boeing finalized a $3.2 billion contract for Space Launch System rockets to the moon.

Read More: December 10, 2022

Awards: The Department of Defenses announced its 2022 Defense Acquisition Workforce Awards with many winners from the Huntsville area.  

Read More: DOD December 8, 2022

Culture & Entertainment

Non-Profit: Huntsville Hospital Foundation is adding a therapy dog at Madison Hospital in 2023 through their Canines for Coping program.

Read More: WHNT December 12, 2022


InterFuze Corporation announced the addition of Les Fuller to the leadership team as CEO and promoted Ted Baudendistel to the role of President.

Jim Page, president and CEO of the Chamber of Commerce of West Alabama for the past decade, announced he will become Executive Vice President of MartinFederal Consulting, LLC.