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The Healer with Determination

IF THE HOSPITAL LEADERS HADN'T GIVEN THE ONLY SURGICAL POST IN THEIR CLOSED STAFF TO SOMEBODY ELSE, Paul Flowers might never have...

Taking Boyhood Enthusiasm Pro

For most Alabamians, time spent casting fishing lures is time spent relaxing. Even if a meal is the eventual goal of a...

Stars of Sustainability

Steve Richerson: Teaching & Talking Trash Amid the smell of sawdust and cotton candy at a fairground, a bearded man in...

Concepts in Eats and Enterprise

It’s been almost five years since Chef James Boyce first stood in the 1821 brick building in Huntsville that is now Cotton Row....

A Life Remembered

By all accounts, Jim Hayes stood above the crowd, ebullient and unsinkable even as cancer rendered him paralyzed and wheelchair-bound. Having...

Four-Star Provider

When Redstone Arsenal became the new headquarters of the U.S. Army Materiel Command, Huntsville also became home to one of only 11...

Pine Trees v. Classrooms

A federal judge has ruled that Alabama’s long-challenged property tax structure might inherently widen the gap between the state’s haves and have-nots, ...

Scared to Death: Cyber Insecurity in Alabama's Technology Hub

Facing economic challenges from the first big Marshall Space Flight Center layoffs in years, the specter of cuts in military spending and...

Unwelcome Harvest

The new Alabama immigration law—officially, the Alabama Taxpayer and Citizen Protection Act—started driving farm workers from Alabama fields and processing plants when...

Plugging in to Explosive Demands

In early August, Huntsville’s Adtran Inc. completed the acquisition of a high-speed network solutions provider that could give Alabama’s largest IT company...

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