Happy Wednesday neighbours! Let us all catch you up to start today on an enlightened note. Today’s Daily includes:

  • UAH Hosts Huntsville Human Rights Film Festival
  • Shred Days in Northern Alabama
  • Construction of Zierdt Road is complete

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A strong thunderstorm in the afternoon. Be aware of the weather today! High: 79 Low: 58.

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Here are the top stories in Huntsville today:

  1. From now on, UAH hosts the Huntsville Human Rights Film Festival. All events are free and the public is welcome, and screenings will take place in the Charger Union, Morton Hall and Chan Auditorium. (Press Release Office)
  2. the Better Business Bureau hosts shredding days in four northern Alabama cities between late April and mid-May. Each vehicle will be allowed three trash bags or filing boxes containing paper items and some electronic devices will be accepted as long as they weigh less than 100 pounds. (AS TO)
  3. The construction site on Zierdt-Path is finished after 13 years! The construction spanned City of Madison, City of Huntsville and County of Madison. the Arsenal and the City Madison zones will be significantly less backed up. (WAFF)
  4. The iconic 4200 ON THE Arsenal building is about to begin demolition. There are no current plans to fill the vacant lot. (WAY)
  5. the Trash pandas help him City of Madison more than double their annual earnings in their inaugural playing season. They’ve only been able to play 48 of their scheduled 60 home games, and with 69 home games scheduled this year, there’s plenty of potential for the revenue to be much higher. (AL.com)

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Today in Huntville:

  • Dell TechDay @ Stovehouse (2:00 p.m.)
  • FCCLA Spirit Night fundraiser at Red Robin (4:00 p.m.)
  • UAH Human Rights Film Festival – Tonight’s screening will be “Anthropocene: The Human Epoch” (6:00 p.m.)

From my notebook:

  • Applications for Monte Sano Arts Festival visual artists are now open until May 20! (Details)

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All right, all is well for today. See you tomorrow for another update!

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