Articles Posted in the News Category

  • Haunted Hayride Coming Up

    The City has a special hayride planned for just this time of the year. Recreation Services’ Natalie Reid updates us . . . . HAUNTEDHAY10-21-14 The event will also feature a DJ, face painting, a…

  • State Of The City Address Tonight

    You’re invited to join the City Council and City Manager Matt Benoit and representatives from each City department at the 2014 State of the City address hosted by the Huntsville-Walker County Chamber of Commerce. The…

  • State Representative John Otto Speaks to Walker County Republican Women

    Texas State Representative John Otto spoke to a large group attending a meeting of the Walker County Republican Women’s Club Monday at the Walker Education Center. Of the several issues Representative Otto spoke on, border…

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift Friday there was a report of an Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle in the 500 block of University Avenue. On the night shift Friday, an Assault…

  • SHSU Criminal Justice’s Beth Kuhles’ Update On Programs

    As usual, SHSU’s College of Criminal Justice continues to keep on top of the latest in career opportunities and research in the criminal justice field. Publications Coordinator for the department, Beth Kuhles, updates us on…

  • Chamber Of Commerce “Business After Hours” Thursday

    Make plans to attend the next Huntsville-Walker County Chamber of Commerce “Business After Hours” on Thursday, October 23, sponsored by Barbwire Barbie Boutique. The event will be held at Curves located at 279 Hwy 75…

  • Early Voting Begins Today

    Beginning today, qualified Texas voters will have the opportunity to vote early in the November 4 General Election. Early Voting runs through Friday, Oct. 31, at the Walker County Annex on Sam Houston Avenue. This…

  • Supreme Court Rejects Emergency Request On Photo-ID Voting Law

    Saturday, the U-S Supreme Court ruled that Texas can use its Photo-ID Voter Identification law for this November’s election. A majority of Supreme Court Justices decided to reject an emergency request from civil rights organizations…

  • State Of City Address Tomorrow

    At the last council session, Mayor Mac Woodward reminded everyone of a special program coming up for local citizens to attend . . . .  

  • HISD Buses Issues Discussed With Trustees

    One of the topics for discussion at the last HISD Board of Trustees meeting was about issues with the District’s bus fleet. Trustees approved the replacement of one bus that was totaled in an accident.…