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    Featured Job: Registered Nurse

    Big Springs Transitional Care Center is hiring RN’s!! Various shifts available We are seeking RN’s who love geriatric / rehab patients and want to serve them well!  The RN’s we hire will have our Core Values of Integrity, Compassion, Teamwork, Excellence and Stewardship.   Our Mission Statement: To Improve Every Life We Touch To Provide Exceptional Healthcare To Exceed Expectations   Our Core Values: Integrity, Compassion, Excellence, Teamwork and Stewardship.   If these are your values as well, join our team! […]

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    Featured Job: Design Consultant

    Do you love interior design? Do you pour over the pages of the latest trend magazine and wish you could be working in that industry? Do friends and family ever ask you for decorating advice? Do you have an eye for color and fashion? Now might be the time for you to consider a career with Bassett Home Furnishings as a Design Consultant and join us as we embark on a brand new journey with HGTV Home. What you need: […]

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    Featured Job: Pharmacy Technician I

    Assists the clinical pharmacists in providing an accurate and timely medication distribution system. High school diploma or GED is required Experience: Pharmacy technician experience preferred   Additional Skills/Abilities: Must have excellent communication skills with the ability to work in a fast paced environment requiring prioritizing and changing tasks frequently and quickly. Proficiency in basic math applications and analyses required. Must demonstrate additional skills in math and successful time management skills to be considered for promotion to the IV room and/or […]

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    Featured Job: Child Care Attendant

    Teaches and supervises children ages two months through six years. High School diploma or GED required. Must be at least 19 years of age. BCLS certification required within orientation period. Minimum one (1) year childcare experience . Classroom experience is preferred.   Must be able to work in a fast paced environment, requiring prioritizing and changing tasks frequently and quickly. Excellent communication skills necessary.   Click here for more information or to apply for this job.

  • Virginia College offers Free Computer Classes

    Computer skills are an important part of any career and just about anything in your day to day life as well. Virginia College of Huntsville is offering free computer classes to help you brush up on your skills on April 24th at the Huntsville campus, 2021 Drake Avenue. Call (256) 533-8465 for more information.  

  • Battle of Selma Re-Enactment Commemorates 150th Anniversary

    It’s history recreated!  It all started on March 30th, 1865 when General Wilson dispatched a brigade to destroy all Confederate property in Tuscaloosa. This was the start of a running fight that did not end until after the fall of Selma. Selma was one of the South’s main military manufacturing centers, producing tons of supplies and munitions, and turning out Confederate warships. Following the Battle of Selma, Union Maj. Gen. James H. Wilson’s troops destroyed Selma’s army arsenal and factories, […]

  • Madison Behavior Therapy hosts Ribbon Cutting at New Providence Location

    Madison Behavior Therapy opens their new location at Providence in Huntsville with a grand opening celebration and ribbon cutting on Saturday, April 18 at 11:00 am. Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle will be present to cut the ribbon on the new location with Madison Mayor Troy Trulock also present. Enjoy refreshments,  tours and entertainment for the children. Madison Behavior Therapy serves children ages 12 months to 18 years old with a diagnosis on the Autism Spectrum Disorder; but they also provide services to […]

  • Alabama Hammers’ Season Underway

    Professional Indoor Football League (PIFL) Alabama Hammers will play five more home games in the Propst Arena of the Von Braun Center including four Saturdays and one Friday night contest all with a kickoff at 7:00 p.m. The Hammers host the Saginaw Sting on April 18th, which is also the KBM First Responders Night. First Responders will receive a free admission ticket to the game by dropping by the Hammers’ office by 5:00 p.m. Friday, April 18 and claiming their free ticket to fast […]

  • Walk MS: North Alabama set for May 2nd at Village of Providence

    Multiple sclerosis is a chronic, unpredictable disease of the central nervous system affecting more than 2.3 million people worldwide. MS can cause many symptoms, including blurred vision, loss of balance, poor coordination, slurred speech, tremors, numbness, extreme fatigue, problems with memory and concentration, paralysis, and blindness and more. These problems may come and go or persist and worsen over time. Walk MS is the rallying point of the MS movement, a community coming together to celebrate hope for the future. Join the […]

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    Attend Family Fun Fest to raise funds for Harvest Community Storm Shelter

    January 15th, 2013 Harvest Volunteer Fire Department was awarded a FEMA grant to build a Community Safe Room that will house almost 500 people in the event of severe weather.  The Safe Room will be staffed by volunteers and managed by the Harvest Volunteer Fire Department.  But now they need your help. The total cost of the community storm shelter will be $954,000, with the majority of the funding provided by FEMA.  A supplemental grant from the Governor’s Emergency Relief Fund […]

  • Celebrate Earth Day at Hays Nature Preserve

    It’s Earth Day on April 18th and Hays Nature Preserve is planning a celebration for the whole family! Relax and enjoy this free event and take home  free tomato and cucumber plants as well! More than 70 Earth-Friendly exhibitors and vendors will be on hand throughout the day.   Mass butterfly releases at 11am & 1pm – Sponsored by the Alabama Cooperative Extension System Learn about Fly Fishing with casting and fly tying demos by the Tennessee Valley Fly Fishing […]

  • Avoid the Rip-Off When Buying Tickets for the Tip-Off

    It’s Spring and that means the return of baseball and other favorite sports.  The Better Business Bureau has good information to follow when purchasing tickets to see your favorite team. And remember Shred Day is coming  Saturday, April 18th from 8:30 am to Noon.  Bring your items to shred or destroy to  Redstone Federal Credit Union on Wynn Drive in Huntsville.  Click here for more information. If you have any questions or concerns, call the Better Business Bureau/WHNT Consumer Action […]

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