The Weekly Wrap – March 17,2023

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Business & Economy

Top 10: Huntsville was ranked seven on Key Data’s list of top 10 emerging spring break destinations.

Read More: March 14, 2023

Development: A giant Starbucks planned for Athens will be among the state’s largest. 

Read More: March 13, 2023

Economic Development: The new $200 million Huntsville Logistics Center will bring 700 jobs to the Huntsville area. 

Read More: March 9, 2023


City Manager Vote: After years of research and discussion, voters in the City of Madison will decide its form of government in a special election on May 9th.

Read More: March 13, 2023

Online Sales Tax: Alabama cities and counties reignite high-stakes battle over online sales taxes after a more than 65% growth in tax revenue in two years.

Read More: March 12, 2023

Internships: The City of Huntsville has announced that applications for student summer internships are now open. 

Read More: City of HSV March 12, 2023

Grants: The city of Huntsville will grant over $364,000 in funds to area nonprofits that serve people that are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.

Read More: WHNT March 10, 2023


Space Command: Is ‘additional analysis’ on Space Command bad news for Huntsville?

Read More: March 15, 2023

Culture & Entertainment

Sports: Huntsville City Football Club releases inaugural schedule.

Read More: WHNT  March 14, 2023


Policy:  The Alabama Board of Education contemplates dropping the ACT test requirement.

Read More: WHNT March 15, 2023

Workforce: The Robotics Technology Park shares the latest innovations in technology and industry; it also trains Alabama workers on how to best utilize and repair the equipment — all at no charge.

Read More: Business Alabama March 10, 2023


David Diaddario, a nearly four-decade defense industry leader, has been appointed president of Hill Technical Solutions, a Huntsville, Alabama-based division of Valkyrie Enterprises.

The Army Materiel Command has undergone its 21st change in authority as General Ed Daly transferred command to Lieutenant General Charles Hamilton.

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