The Weekly Wrap – September 16, 2022

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Business & Economy

Development: “Camp Pickle” will open in 2024 with indoor and outdoor pickleball and classic games like horseshoes, darts and bowling, in Mid City District.

Read More: Sept 12, 2022

Development: Huntsville’s MidCity District is adding Anthem House, a $110 million mixed-use project.

Read More: Sept 9, 2022


Madison: Madison City officials are proposing a shift from a mayor-council format to a council-manager government, altering how decisions and appointments are made throughout the city.

Read More: WHNT  September 13, 2022

Budget: The proposed Huntsville budget sees increases in tax revenue, raises for employees, and more police.

Read More: WHNT  September 12, 2022


Expansion: Sinequa announces a new Aerospace and Federal Defense Business Unit in Huntsville to allow the team to closely align with organizations and Federal agencies and to tap into the region’s burgeoning technology and partner ecosystem.

Read More: September 12, 2022

Culture & Entertainment

Festival: Beer and Wine Fest returns to Toyota Field on October 22nd.

Read More: WHNT September 13, 2022

Baseball: The Rocket City Trash Pandas announce their next season schedule which will kick off on April 6, 2023. 

Read More: September 7, 2022


Partnership: HCS, Drake State, and Calhoun partner to provide CTE graduates with an opportunity to earn a total of twelve scholarships covering education and tuition costs for a year. 

Read More: HCS September 10, 2022

These news articles were curated by Laurie Heard and Stephanie Lowe