Travel in Huntsville, AL

Weather permitting, contractors will begin milling and repaving Clinton Avenue, from Triana Boulevard to Woodson Street, beginning Monday, May 13 through Friday, May 24, from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m
At least one lane of traffic in each direction will remain open throughout the repaving process. Motorists may experience some delays and should proceed through the area with extreme caution, yielding to construction workers on site.…

The Huntsville City Council will hold a Special Meeting and Public Hearing on Monday, April 25, at 5 p.m. in the Council Chambers. Council Members will discuss plans to reaffirm 15.5 mills of school property tax.
City Council Notice of Public Hearing

Find information on Zoo Atlanta: interactive maps, education programs, animal photos and descriptions, calendar of events, tickets and more.

Robotics Camp GRADES: 4 – 6 | AGES: 9* - 11
Trainees ages 9 – 11 work together to learn engineering and design of robotics on land, in the air and underwater. The best of today’s robotics are tapped for the ultimate robotic gear head throughout this five-night experience. Trainees are immersed in teamwork and leadership skills in a simulated business environment where winning proposal teams design and build robots
Robotics Academy GRADES: 7 – 9 | AGES: 12 - 14
Robotics Academy…

Share this: Hey everyone, Katie here again for iHeartHsv on a beautiful Spring day in Huntsville. Today, I’m strolling around historic Twickenham to learn about Huntsville’s past! The Walk During the Spring and Fall, the Huntsville/Madison County Convention and Visitors Bureau organizes guided walking tours around different areas that focus on local history. I …

Mission Control: Human Spaceflight is an exciting opportunity for students to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the United States landing on the moon (July 20th, 1969) and participate in the excitement and fascination of space and space travel without leaving their desks. This celebration of historical, current and future manned space exploration is designed to encourage students' interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics
This unique…

No collection on Monday, February 18
Monday’s garbage will be collected on Tuesday, February 19
Tuesday’s garbage will be collected on Wednesday, February 20
Wednesday’s garbage will be collected on Thursday, February 21
Thursday’s garbage will be collected on Friday, February 22
Recycling is managed through the Solid Waste Disposal Authority and adheres to a separate pick-up schedule. Information regarding recycling pick-ups and holiday schedules…

Love space? Here's every travel resource you need to see space here on earth: stargazing and aurora guides, trip planning resources, and more.

Countdown to July 16, 2019 the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11’s historic journey to the moon

Did you have dreams of being an astronaut that never came true? Did you want to go to Space Camp, but that wasn't in the cards?
Did you know that it's not too late for the latter, even if you're an adult?
The same folks that offer Space Camp for kids and teens has two programs that might be of interest. Adult

A clip from the Reading Rainbow episode, "Let's Go," from the late 80s. A nice little overview of what Space Camp was like in the 80s. Note that this was bef...

There was a time when almost every young child dreamed of walking on the moon or traveling by rocket to Mars. Others daydreamed like Snoopy, of being a famous fighter pilot ace.

Intricate swirls in Jupiter's volatile northern hemisphere are captured in this image from NASA's Juno spacecraft. Bursts of scattered bright-white 'pop-up' clouds appear with some visibly casting shadows on the neighboring cloud layers beneath them.

Chances are, if you were a child at some point in your life you dreamed of going to Space Camp. Here's what it's like to live that dream as an adult.

In humanity's search for life outside our Solar System, one of the best places to look is Alpha Centauri, a system containing the three nearest stars beyond ...

Why should kids have all the fun when it comes to summer camps? Jam with rock and roll stars, learn to cook, or just go to classic camp for adults.

Ok..Ok. We don't really have ONE BILLION reasons, but we have a lot of reasons we think you would have a blast we can't help the space puns in Huntsville, Alabama for the upcoming holiday weekend. Independence Day falls on a Saturday this year. Which means you can plan a WHOLE weekend of awesomely fun things to do. But before we get too far, we have to go ahead and get right down to it Will you be in Huntsville for the 4th…

Submitted by SpaceCamp on Fri, 05/04/2018 - 10:58
Welcome to the May the 4th Be With You Read-A-Thon! Space Camp Alumni and the U.S. Space & Rocket Center Education Foundation present May the 4th Be With You Read-A-Thon! The team will live stream a 24-hour reading of Star Wars novels, starting today at 10 A.M. CDT.
You can be a #Force4SpaceCamp by visiting Go Space Education and making a donation to the Space Camp Scholarship Endowment Fund.

Congrats to Dhruv Gaur on winning the 2018 Jeopardy College Championship! I had to record all of today's show since it's the championship game. All of today'...

Why do owners surrender their pets? Some are oblivious to all the responsibilities, financial and otherwise, that come with the privilege of ownership.

Just like the name says, this is the chocolate chip cookie extraordinaire! Definitely one of Betty's favorites!