Tommy Battle News & Articles

Mayor Battle Looks Ahead At The Future of Huntsville

Brent Wilson | December 31, 2019

Tommy Battle, the Mayor of Huntsville, AL, sat down with local news WHNT for an interview on the current state of Huntsville and what we might see from Huntsville in the future. While Battle spent time discussing the growth that has brought Huntsville to where...

Huntsville City Council Discusses New $60 Million City Hall

Brent Wilson | December 19, 2019 New Huntsville City Hall

The City of Huntsville Administration presented City Council with an update on plans for a new Huntsville City Hall in a work session held on December 18, 2019. During the meeting, Council heard a presentation from General Services Director Ricky Wilkinson on the new building’s...

Prayer Vigil Held for Fallen Huntsville Police Officer

Dakota Layton | December 9, 2019 Billy Clardy III

On Sunday, The Thin Light Support held a candlelight vigil for Officer Billy Clardy III, a Huntsville Police Officer who was shot and killed in the line of duty on Friday. Huntsville Police Department Chief Mark McMurray, Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle, members of The Thin...

FBI To Build $1 Billion Campus In Huntsville

David Preston | November 15, 2019 Huntsville, AL

The Federal Bureau of Investigation is investing over $1 Billion dollars in office space and complexes in Huntsville’s Redstone Arsenal. When all work is completed over 4,000 FBI employees should be stationed out of the new Huntsville offices. Huntsville is known as the Rocket City...

Huntsville Plans Pilot Electric Scooters Program In Downtown Area

Brent Wilson | August 27, 2019

The City of Huntsville has been monitoring the growing use of electric scooters in cities across the country and is proposing a downtown pilot program. “We are interested in mobility opportunities for our residents and scooters have the potential to provide another transportation option,” said...

Vuteq to Create 200 Jobs at Huntsville Plant

Brent Wilson | August 21, 2019

Governor Kay Ivey on Wednesday announced that global automotive supplier Vuteq USA plans to invest more than $60 million to open a manufacturing facility to serve the Mazda Toyota Manufacturing U.S.A. (MTMUS) auto assembly plant in Huntsville, AL. Japan-based Vuteq, which has operated in North...

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