The Weekly Wrap – November 11, 2022

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Holiday Season is Here

The holiday season is upon us, and our community is full of unique and fun ways to celebrate. Our friends at We Are Huntsville have pulled together an extensive holiday guide that is sure to get you in the holiday spirit. 

There are so many Huntsville holiday traditions. We would love to know what is you or your family “must do” every year. Let us know.


General Election Results: Here is a look at election results in Madison County and across the state.

Read More: WHNT November 8, 2022

Amendment 6: Thanks to the support of the “Big 10” mayors, Amendment 6 to the Alabama Constitution passed handily, allowing municipalities to apply property tax revenues toward the capital projects citizens need instead of debt as previously required. 

Read More: Ballotpedia November 8, 2022

Permitting: Huntsville City adopts a new platform to automate special event permitting, reserve public spaces and simplify the process for applicants and reviewers.

Read More: Press Release November 8, 2022

Huntsville City Council: Huntsville City Council members for Districts 2, 3, and 4 were sworn into office Monday evening, making the city council officially complete and open for business.

Read More: WHNT November 8, 2022

Business & Economy

Soccer: Huntsville’s new MLS NEXT Pro Team reveals its name, crest, and colors. 

Read More: November 10, 2022

Economic Impact: Huntsville is working to bring bigger sporting events to Rocket City as this year, sports are projected to have a $32 million economic impact. 

Read More: November 8, 2022


Partnership: Jacobs donates $200K to support Drake State’s Frontiers Research Program and industry diversity.

Read More: HBJ November 4, 2022

Culture & Entertainment

Marathon: The Rocket City Marathon is set to expand in 2022 with new activites and events.

Read More: The Madison Record November 8, 2022

Shop Local: The Huntsville Madison County Chamber of Commerce announced “SHOP LOCAL-OPOLY,” a campaign to encourage citizens to shop small this holiday season. 

Read More: HBJ November 4, 2022