Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • Huntsville Development Code Update Underway

    At this week’s regular session of the Huntsville City Council, councilmembers considered approving a contract with James Duncan and Associates for the Huntsville Development Code Update. In addressing councilmembers, Project Director Kirk Bishop said his…

  • City No Longer Picks Up Glass at Curbside

    The City of Huntsville Solid Waste and Recycling Department has updated its regulations on heavy trash collection. As of April 1st, glass material of any kind is no longer being accepted on a curbside basis.…

  • Council Hears Presentation on Airport Improvement

    At the Huntsville City Council session Tuesday, Director of Community and Economic Development Aron Kulhavy updated everyone on improvements to the Bruce Brothers Huntsville Regional Airport. He said, “With these projects, 90 percent are funded…

  • TxDOT to Use “Rumble Strips” in Work Zones

    The next time you’re on the roadway and see all those orange highway construction signs, you may notice something different.  The difference will be rumble strips in the work zone.  Rumble strips are an array…

  • Council Session Held Tuesday Night

    The Huntsville City Council met for a regular session last night at City Hall. One of the major topics for discussion was the approval of an addendum to a Chapter 380 agreement with the Huntsville…

  • Huntsville Couple Indicted on Injury to Child

    Huntsville Couple Alicia Kae Horstman and Shane Michael Craven were indicted by a Walker County grand jury March 27th for injury to a child with intent to cause serious bodily injury or mental injury. They…

  • TxDOT’s Bob Colwell Update on Texas “Trash-Off”

    The big “Don’t Mess with Texas Trash-Off” gets underway in the state this weekend. TxDOT’s Bryan District Public Information Officer Bob Colwell updates us . . . . COLWELL4-2-13 Colwell says,”It saves taxpayers about $4.7…

  • Court of Appeals at SHSU

    The SHSU Political Science Junior Fellows have arranged for the Texas 10th Court of Appeals to be at the University today. They will be trying various cases involving felonies–one includes capital murder charges. Political Science…

  • Bearkat Crew to Walk for Several Causes

    Sam Houston State University’s Bearkat Crew will work to raise awareness of and funds for such causes as AIDS, suicide prevention, leukemia, Alzheimer’s, and autism through a month-long effort that will culminate with their “Walk…

  • Council Holds Rules of Procedure Workshop

    Monday afternoon, Huntsville City Councilmembers got together to discuss the suggested revisions they made to their Rules of Procedure as the result of a workshop a few weeks ago. City Attorney Leonard Schneider had also…