Articles Posted in the News Category

  • City Info on Mosquito Issues

    The City of Huntsville informs us that the long summer days and intermittent showers may present an increased opportunity for exposure to mosquito bites. Citizens are urged to take precautions to decrease the likelihood of…

  • Kevin Brady at Trinity County Town Hall Monday

    Monday, Congressman Kevin Brady will be speaking at a Trinity County Town Hall from 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM. The Town Hall will be held at the Martin Senior Center at 400 Walker Street in…

  • Ransom Issue for Americans Previously Held by Iran in the News

    As has been reported in the news lately, the Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday that $400 million was flown to Iran in January in a cargo plane that was unmarked. It was the initial installment…

  • President Obama Commutes the Sentences of a Large Number of Federal Inmates

    Wednesday, President Barak Obama commuted the sentences of 214 federal inmates. This includes 67 of them serving life sentences. It is the largest number of commutations on one day in over 100 years. Close to…

  • City Council Discusses Early Voting Branch Site

    There will be a branch site during early voting for the upcoming November election. At this week’s regular session of the Huntsville City Council, Councilmember Tish Humphrey asked City Secretary Lee Woodward if the branch…

  • HISD Trustees Meet

    The HISD Board of Trustees will meet this evening at six at the Hawkins Administration Building for a Special-Called Workshop. They will meet district and campus and administrative staff with a district update, and there…

  • Baldwin Trial Continued Wednesday

    The Huntsville Item reports that the aggravated assault with a deadly weapon trial of 32-year-old Ira James Baldwin continued in 278th Judicial district Court Wednesday. Jurors heard the testimony of Lee’Wayna Ferguson who said Baldwin…

  • Unity Event in Huntsville this Weekend

    At Tuesday’s session of the Huntsville City Council, Mayor Andy Brauninger filled everyone in on an event coming up to help foster harmony in Huntsville . . . .

  • City Council Approves Maximum Tax Rate

    During their regular session Tuesday night, the Huntsville City Council considered adopting a maximum property tax rate for the City. Mayor Andy Brauninger announced the item up for vote on the Statutory Agenda . .…

  • SHSU Graduation Details

    SHSU Manager of Communications Jennifer Gauntt tells us, “Two of the areas leaders in banking and health care will make a short trip on August 5th to address Sam Houston State University’s almost 960 graduates…