Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • City Council Firm Presentations & Meeting Tonight

    The Huntsville City Council will hold a workshop at five this afternoon at City Hall. From 5 to 8 PM there will be presentations by firms seeking to assist the City in their search for…

  • SHSU’s “Squared Away” Veterans Helping the Community

    A group of SHSU students who are veterans are continuing to help their community.  The “Squared Away” group of veterans are here to help the less fortunate with certain projects. Spokesperson Nathan Brown tells us…

  • College at SHSU Seeks Nominees for Wall of Honor

    The College of Humanities and Social Sciences is seeking outstanding alumni and faculty to be recognized as part of its third annual Wall of Honor. According to College of Humanities and Social Sciences Dean John…

  • Sam Houston Museum Summer Guided Tours

    From June 1st until Aug. 31st, the Sam Houston Memorial Museum’s education department offers guided tours Tuesday thru Friday at 10 AM and 2 PM for the public. Tours begin at the Katy & E.…

  • Ag Commissioner Staples to Speak in Huntsville

    On Tuesday, June 19th, Agriculture Commissioner Todd Staples will speak at the Region 6 Education Service Center Summer Administrators’ retreat in Huntsville. Commissioner Staples will discuss the future of education in Texas, school safety, and…

  • More on Missing SHSU Student T-J Murray

    According to a story on KHOU-TV, Montgomery County investigators suspect there was foul play involved in the disappearance of 23-year-old former SHSU student T-J Murray who disappeared near a sports bar in October of last…

  • Camelia Lake Water Level Down

    Since a wastewater line burst underneath Camelia Lake in the Elkins Lake subdivision in late April, the lake water level has been down. The water level was lowered to enable crews to fix the line.…

  • Juneteenth Parade Scheduled

    The Progressive Women’s Association of Huntsville, in celebration of Texas’ abolition of slavery, will host a Juneteenth Parade tomorrow. The entire community is invited to participate. Line-up begins at 8 AM Saturday next to the…

  • Police News

    Police News

    Looking at police news over the past couple of days, on Monday’s day shift police were dispatched to the location of an unattended death in the 200 block of Sam Houston. In the 2600 block…

  • Independence Celebration Scheduled for June 30th

    Program Assistant Kim Barnes invites you to join City of Huntsville Recreation Services as they celebrate the 4th of July on Saturday, June 30th, at Kate Barr Ross Park . . . . For more…