The Weekly Wrap – October 21, 2022

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Business & Economy

Expansion: Radiance Technologies breaks ground on its second building in Cummings Research Park.

Read More: WAAY October 18, 2022

Development: After Covid delays, construction has begun on the now larger, Autograph Collection by Marriott in downtown Huntsville.

Read More: October 17, 2022

Development: A New Orleans developer plans to build an 8-10 story complex, and restaurant on the site of historic Lewter’s Hardware. 

Read More: October 17, 2022

Rankings: Huntsville finishes first for mid-sized areas whose share of workers earn more than $100,000 annually in an area where the cost of living is lower than the national average according to a new study.

Read More: Research Triangle October 17, 2022

Workforce: Launch 2035, an economic unifier of Tennessee Valley counties, and Innovate Alabama brought a coalition of public and private sector representatives together to discuss workforce talent needs and retention. 

Read More: Yellowhammer News October 14, 2022

Development: City Centre, in downtown Huntsville, announces the addition of Moxy, a 100-room boutique hotel.

Read More: October 14, 2022


Election November 8th: The Huntsville Madison County Chamber of Commerce created a new Voter Engagement Guide, a nonpartisan guide you can share to encourage your friends, family and team members to vote.


Anniversary: Madison City Schools celebrates 25 years. 

Read More: WHNT October 17, 2022

Culture & Entertainment

Travel: Breeze Airways announces it will now offer flights to Orlando, Fl, and Charleston, SC out of the Huntsville International Airport.

Read More: WHNT October 19, 2022

Non-Profit Growth: Boys and Girls Club of North Alabama announces a new North Huntsville club.

Read More: WHNT October 17, 2022

Music: The Venue Group is targeting a Spring 2023 opening for their new 350 person music venue, the Meridian Arts Club.

Read More: October 15, 2022


Mary Makima Ross’ love for UAH lives on with a $400,000 gift through her will to establish the Mary Makima and Lester M. Ross, Sr. Scholarship in Engineering. 

Read MoreUAH October 18, 2022

Richard M. Myers, chief scientific officer and president emeritus of HudsonAlpha, has been named to The Alabama Academy of Honor, which recognizes living Alabamians for accomplishments in business, civil rights, science, politics, education, literature, sports, and other fields.

Read More: October 17, 2022

Celebrating the transformative life of Huntsville’s Women’s Rights Leader, Alice Boarman Baldridge.

Read More: City of HSV October 17, 202