Images of America: Homewood

Photo by Frank Couch.

The photographic history book Images of America: Homewood by Jake Collins and Martha Wurtele releases Nov. 30. Read more


Homewood Athletic Foundation

Photo by Scott Butler.

The Homewood Athletic Foundation funds around 15 grants each spring for athletic projects. Read more


Homewood resident Lorenzo Brown's new book chronicles his life-altering events. Read more


Dog Bones

Photos by Madoline Markham.

Homewood Middle school Students are baking dog bones to raise money for charity. Read more


Vulcan Holocaust exhibit

Photo by Madoline Markham.

Darkness Into Life: Alabama’s Holocaust Survivors Through Photography and Art is now open and will be showcased in the museum’s Linn-Henley Gallery through May 16, 2016. Read more



Photo by Frank Couch.

Shiki, a Thai and sushi restaurant, is scheduled to open in early November in the former Pinches Tacos location in Hallman Hill off Oxmoor Road. Read more


tamp Out Sarcoma Stadium Fest will be held at Waldrop Stadium on Sunday, Oct. 18 at 5 p.m. to support Shannon Burgess and her family. The event will feature a two-mile run/walk and family festival. Read more


Waltchack Pumpkin Sale

Photo courtesy of Rushton Waltchack.

The event will be held Friday, Oct. 2 from 3-6 p.m. and Saturday, Oct. 3 from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. This year the sale will support Brian and Shannon Jones’ adoption from India and Sara and Lindsey Boneys’ from China. Both families live in Edgewood. Read more


Rally4Rachel will be held in the Edgewood Business District Tuesday, Oct. 13 from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Broadway Street will be blocked off from Oxmoor Road to Bella Bridesmaid. Read more


Kate Morris

Photo by Madoline Markham.

Jewelry designer Kate Morris' skill set was shaped by her travels. Read more


Kay Vinson

Photo by Madoline Markham.

Twenty of Kay Vinson's pieces will be on exhibit at The Joy Gallery at Homewood Cumberland Presbyterian Church starting Oct. 11. Read more


Andrew Droste

Photo by Ron Burkett.

Homewood Middle School student Andrew Droste works around challenges from neurological disorder. His family plans to participate in the NF walk on Sunday, Oct. 18. Read more


Trinity Oakmont Merger

Photo by Frank Couch.

Two Homewood United Methodist churches could soon become one. As a result of a merger, there would be one formal church leadership structure and two campuses. Read more


Charles Ghigna, a Homewood resident, will launch his newest title, A Carnival of Cats and the rest of his Tiny Tales board book series, on Saturday, Oct. 10 at 10 a.m. Read more

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Photo by Madoline Markham.

Darkness Into Life: Alabama’s Holocaust Survivors Through Photography and Art opens to the public Friday and will be showcased in the museum’s Linn-Henley Gallery through May 16, 2016. Read more


Tucker Wilson completed the college entrance exam for the first time in April along with the rest of his junior class at HHS. Read more


Handmade Festival

Photo by Katie Turpen.

For 21 years, Handmade has gathered a group of local artists to show their work. This is its third event at Patriot Park. Read more


Red Ribbon Week

Photo courtesy of Carissa Anthony.

Red ribbons will be placed on lampposts throughout the Homewood during the week of Oct. 26. The Safe & Healthy Homewood Coalition and Homewood City Schools campaign seeks to spread awareness about the dangers of teen drug use. Read more


Grille 29, a Huntsville restaurant, is completing a $2 million interior renovation of the former McCormick & Schmick's building and plans to serve steak and seafood. Read more


Witches Ride

Photo by Dan Starnes.

Witches will ride bikes through Homewood on Halloween eve for the third year in a row. The Homewood Witches Ride will take place Oct. 30. Read more


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