Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • City Receives Gift of Money

    The City of Huntsville would like to express their sincere thanks to local business owner and operator Siraj “Jack” Ali who made $2,500 donations to the Police and Fire Departments Tuesday morning. Ali, whose ten…

  • Jeff Clark on Camp Hope Facility

    Jeff Clark, a local spokesperson for Camp Hope, a program to help veterans with issues from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, spoke to those attending the Ward #3 Town Hall this week. Clark said, they “are…

  • Lineage Workshop Scheduled

    The Huntsville Public Library will host a Lineage Society Workshop on Wednesday, June 11th, from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., and the public is encouraged to attend. The workshop will be held in the Johnnie…

  • Bill Fick Dealership Burglarized

    HPD is investigating a burglary that took place over the weekend near the service center of Bill Fick Ford in the 700 block of I-45 South in Huntsville. Four vehicles were reported damaged and items…

  • Town Hall Meeting For Ward #3 Held At Library

    City councilmembers and staff gathered at the library’s Community Room Tuesday night for a Town Hall meeting spotlighting issues for the City’s Ward #3. Ward #3 Councilmember Ron Allen emceed the event. City Engineer Ram…

  • Convicted Murderer Robert Campbell Receives Stay of Execution

    Tuesday, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals granted a stay of execution for Robert Campbell. The stay was based on claims that he is mentally impaired. Campbell was found guilty of taking the life of…

  • City & County Interlocal Jail Agreement Approved By Commissioners

    At this week’s regular session of Walker County Commissioners’ Court, commissioners considered approving the interlocal agreement between the City and County for jail services in the new County Jail. Assistant District Attorney Quentin Russell explained…

  • Dr. Edmondson To Lead College of Education at SHSU

    Following a lengthy search, SHSU has found its dean for the College of Education–in the Garrett Teacher Education Center. The university’s Manager of Communications, Jennifer Gauntt, fills us in . . . . EDMONDSON5-13-14 Ms.…

  • Congressman Brady Comments on “Climate Disruption”

    Congressman Brady tells us, “The political spin in Washington never ends”–even when it comes to the weather . . . . BRADCLIM5-13-14

  • Stubblefield Bridge Project Moves Forward

    In Walker County Commissioners’ Court Monday, commissioners approved a reimbursable agreement and project agreement in regard to the Stubblefield Lake Road Bridge project. The bridge carries traffic in and out of the Sam Houston National…