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Heat safety important as summer temperatures rise

Outdoor work and recreation are difficult to enjoy when temperatures are hotter than a black cat on a tin roof in the middle of July. ... Read more

3 months ago by John Few.

Tickets still available for Garden’s 9th annual Spring Hat Luncheon 

HUNTSVILLE – A limited number of tickets are available for Huntsville Botanical Garden’s Spring Hat Luncheon fundraiser, but time is running out to purchase. This ... Read more

5 months ago by John Few.

Music of Holy Week: Hymns and worship songs navigate the emotional journey from Palm Sunday to Easter

By Catherine Godbey, From The Decatur Daily From the jubilation of Palm Sunday to the despair of Maundy Thursday to the grief of Good Friday ... Read more

6 months ago by SPECIAL TO THE RECORD.

FCA Team Celebration Set For April 4

HUNTSVILLE- For the first time in four years the Northeast Chapter of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) will meet in the format once utilized ... Read more

7 months ago by Bob Labbe.

Youth Basketball Ends Near “Perfect” Season With Annual Post-Season Tournament

Numerous photos, including all division championship team photos, of the youth basketball program will be available in the March 1 printed edition of the Madison ... Read more

7 months ago by Bob Labbe.

Inspiration unfolds as Huntsville Botanical Garden hosts ORIGAMI IN THE GARDEN

HUNTSVILLE – Art and nature will merge into one unforgettable experience at Huntsville Botanical Garden (HBG) March 3 when the ORIGAMI IN THE GARDEN exhibition ... Read more

7 months ago by John Few.

Grow your green thumb with Master Gardeners of North Alabama workshops

By MARIA RAKOCZY MADISON – Master Gardeners of North Alabama (MGNA) is preparing gardeners for the upcoming spring and summer season with free, public ... Read more

7 months ago by SPECIAL TO THE RECORD.

Children’s of Alabama provides Valentine’s cards for children in hospital

BIRMINGHAM — Children’s of Alabama teamed up with Spire to ensure children in the hospital on Valentine’s Day feel special. Tuesday morning, staff from the ... Read more

8 months ago by John Few.

Valentine’s Day: Respect, humor and love guide Tom and Sandy McKinney to 54-year marriage

MADISON – Tom and Sandy McKinney never realized the magic that a few bottles of Pepsi-Cola could give. The McKinneys recently celebrated their 54th wedding ... Read more

8 months ago by Gregg Parker.

Puzzled about gardening in North Alabama?

The Master Gardeners of North Alabama is presenting a free gardening series to beginning gardeners and to newcomers in the North Alabama area. The classes ... Read more

8 months ago by John Few.

Extension Service: Extend the beauty of Valentine’s Day roses

AUBURN UNIVERSITY – Valentine’s Day is a day steeped in tradition. Chocolate, candy, cards and flowers are all customary Valentine’s Day gifts. One of the ... Read more

8 months ago by John Few.

Arts Huntsville features the work of past Panoply poster artists in new art exhibit

HUNTSVILLE – Visitors to the Von Braun Center (VBC) will find a literal panoply of artwork on display now through the end of April in ... Read more

8 months ago by John Few.

Huntsville Botanical Garden to host 2023 APGA Education Symposium next week

HUNTSVILLE – Horticulture and environmental educators from across the nation will gather at Huntsville Botanical Garden (HBG) Feb. 15-17 for the American Public Gardens Association’s ... Read more

8 months ago by John Few.

Running- Speed, Nutrition and Hydration

MADISON- Hitting the pavement for some speedwork helps improve a runners’ physical economy. Heartbeat increases, breathing becomes challenging and your entire body feels the burn. ... Read more

9 months ago by Bob Labbe.

Joshua Wilhide Is Making His Spot In Local Baseball Both As A Pitcher And Catcher

MADISON- Joshua Wilhide has been a jock from day one. He played soccer from ages four to nine, basketball beginning at age five, tackled the ... Read more

1 year ago by Bob Labbe.

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