Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • City Council Moves Forward on City Manager Search

    The Huntsville City Council met in regular session last night at City Hall. An important item on the evening’s agenda that they focused on was their search for a new City Manager. The search committee…

  • Huntsville Memorial Hospital Holds Venemous Snake Seminar

    A big crowd turned out for the Venemous Snakebite Seminar at Huntsville Memorial Hospital last night. We talked with one of the speakers at the presentation, Southeast Texas Poison Center Community Education Specialist, Kelly Ledford.…

  • Police News

    Police News

    Checking Huntsville Police news over the last several days– On Saturday’s day shift, a commercial burglary was investigated in the1500 block of Sam Houston Avenue–entry was forced. A residential burglary was reported in the 2800…

  • Public Works Director Kulhavy Comments on Airport Improvements

    In our recent interview with the City’s Director of Public Works, Aron Kulhavy, we discussed a number of areas the City is involved in. Doing maintenance and rehab at the airport is one of them.…

  • Author Jim Comer to Speak on Caring for Aging Parents

    This Friday, June 8th, at 10:30 in the morning and also at 6 PM, everyone is invited to hear well-known author Jim Comer discuss his experiences and outlook in taking care of aging loved ones.…

  • City Council Meets Tonight

    The Huntsville City Council meets for a regular session this evening at six at City Hall. There will be a presentation of City of Huntsville Employees’ Scholarship recipients and an introduction of SHSU government representatives.…

  • DWI Accident and Arrest

    Twenty-year-old Omar Alejandro Almanza was arrested and charged with DWI by Huntsville Police following an accident at Avenue N 1/2 and 22nd Street Saturday morning. Almanza was reported to have pulled out in front of…

  • SAAFE House Crawfest Tickets Sold Out

    The SAAFE House Crawfest on Thursday June 7th is completely sold out. Those who have reserved  tickets but do not have them yet will still receive them, but the SAAFE House regrets there are no…

  • Recycling for Area #5 Begins July 5th

    Solid Waste and Recycling Center Superintendent, Esther Herklotz, tells us that coming up next month, Thursday, July 5th, they will begin curbside recycling in Area #5, and that encompasses the Forest Hills area . .…

  • Emergency Kits for Hurricane Season

    As the Hurricane season gets underway, we’re passing along important information for your safety during a storm. In a recent program, we talked with Walker County’s Deputy Emergency Management Coordinator David Anderson. He believes everyone…