Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • Charter Review Committee Approved

    This week, the Huntsville City Council approved an eight-member City Charter Review Committee. The new committee includes James Anderson, Bill Daugette, John Escobedo, Maria McIver, Vanetta Mills, Rhonda Reddoch, Charles Smither, Jr., and Mike Yawn.…

  • Art Winners Announced at Library Tomorrow

    The Huntsville Public Library is holding a special event tomorrow. Childrens Coordinator Janelle Valera updates us . . . . JANELLE2-21-13  

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift Wednesday a vehicle was reported stolen in the 2500 block of Pine Shadows. A vehicle burglary was investigated in the 2400 block of Montgomery Road. On the…

  • HISD Board of Trustees Meet Tonight

    The HISD Board of Trustees meet tonight at six for a regular meeting at the Hawkins Administration Building. The Board will recognize students and staff members for various accomplishments. Items on Tonight’s “Consent Agenda” include…

  • Two Men from Trinity Indicted for Aggravated Robbery

    Anthony Laroy Callahan Jr. and Raishon Harris from Trinity were indicted last week by a Walker County grand jury for aggravated robbery. The two are accused of robbing a Dollar General store at gunpoint on…

  • Bryan Firefighters Remembered

    Bryan firefighters Eric Wallace and Greg Pickard, who died as a result of a fire last Friday at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Bryan, were honored Wednesday morning at a public memorial at Central…

  • SAAFE House 10th Annual Strike-Out Abuse Bowl Scheduled

    Coming up on Saturday, March 23rd, the SAAFE House is holding their 10th Annual Strike Out Abuse Bowling Tournament. Novice and experienced bowlers are invited. Marketing Development Director Dee Everett tells us more . .…

  • City Manager Spotlights Good Work of Employees at Council Session

    At this week’s regular City Council session, City Manager Matt Benoit brought to the attention of the council the good work, volunteer and otherwise, of several employees . . . . MANAGER2-20-13

  • Council Votes Again on Buxton Retail Recuritment Study

    At last night’s regular session of the Huntsville City Council, the council had to reconsider a $60,000 dollar contract with the Buxton Company for a retail recruitment and retention study. The council’s original mistake occurred…

  • HPD Arrests Shepherd Men for Alleged Participation in Car Chase

    HPD has arrested two Shepherd men for alleged participation in a car chase through the city last week that included shots fired at a vehicle driven by local residents. Nineteen-year-old Eric San Juan Gonzales has…