The Weekly Wrap – February 9, 2024

February 9, 2024

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Business & Economy

Development: New Huntsville area construction has totaled $48.8 million since Jan. 29. A storage facility in Huntsville, an alteration at Bridge Street, a Redstone Federal Credit Union, and renovation of a building for the Alabama Community College System are among six projects that will cost more than $1 million which were issued building permits in the Huntsville area last week.

Read More: The Lede (Paywall) February 6, 2024 


PDR: The Next Generation Interceptor team from Northrop Grumman Corporation successfully conducted its All-Up Round Preliminary Design Review (PDR) in collaboration with the Missile Defense Agency. The PDR marked a key milestone in outlining the technical approach for the comprehensive integration of Northrop Grumman’s interceptor design across all subsystems, paving the way for more advanced phases of development.

Read More: HBJ (Potential Paywall) February 6, 2024 


State Issues: Governor Ivey addresses school vouchers, gambling, AI, broadband, and more at her annual State of the State address.

Read More: AL Political Reporter February 7, 2024 


Collaboration: Alabama A&M University is seeking closer alliance with Huntsville Madison County businesses as continued growth fuels their need for financial support. 

Read More: HBJ (Potential Paywall) February 2, 2024 

Culture & Entertainment

Museum: Huntsville native, William Hampton’s museum is a must-see in North Alabama.

Read More: WAFF February 4, 2024 


NASA selects Joseph Pelfrey to lead Huntsville’s Marshall Space Flight Center.

UA System board approves Dr. Ronnie Hebert as Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students at UAH.

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