Articles Posted in the News Category

  • City Council Meets Tonight

    The Huntsville City Council will meet for their main session tonight at six at City Hall. At four this afternoon, there will be a workshop to discuss purchasing policy and expanding the City Manager’s ability…

  • EPA Plans Cutting Carbon Dioxide At Power Plants

    Monday, as part of President Obama’s climate change agenda, the EPA proposed a plan to slash carbon dioxide emissions from power plants. EPA administrator Gina McCarthy introduced the plan . . . . EPA6-2-14 McCarthy…

  • Social Security Seminar Scheduled

    Huntsville Public Library will host a seminar entitled “Making Social Security Decisions” on Thursday, June 5th, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. in the Library’s Community Room located at 1219 13th Street. The speaker is a…

  • Hurricane Functional Exercise Today

    Deputy Emergency Management Coordinator David Anderson informs us that today from 8:30 to 5:00 Emergency Management will be conducting a Hurricane Functional Exercise in the Emergency Operations Center at the Sheriffs Office . . .…

  • Krogers Plans Large Building at Ravenwood Village

    Kroger’s public affairs manager for the greater Houston area, Joy Partain, has informed local media that the corporate office of Krogers plan to open a 90,000 square foot building on the extreme north side of…

  • Several Departments Respond to New Waverly Fire Friday Afternoon

    New Waverly Firefighters were called to a house fire Friday afternoon on Longstreet in New Waverly. At the same time, additional crews were dispatched from the Huntsville Fire Department and North Montgomery County as part…

  • Library Program For Kids This Afternoon

    Huntsville Public Library Children’s Coordinator Janelle Valera said she’d like to invite all young Star Wars fans to come to the library for a new program called Verd’ika Corps. She says it’s “a Mandalorian adventure…

  • Coach Bubba Miller On Assessing Rodeo Talent

    Our guest on “Around Town” this past weekend was SHSU Rodeo Coach Bubba Miller and two of his rodeo athletes–Dustin Jackson and Cory Hendrick. Bubba spends much time during the year traveling around the country…

  • Breaking News–Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki Resigns

    In a special news conference this morning from the White House, President Obama announced that he has accepted the resignation of Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki. Deputy Secretary of VA Affairs Sloan Gibson will be…

  • “Neon For Neurons Fun Run” Tonight

    You’re invited to join Huntsville Memorial Hospital and their Stroke Neurologist, Dr. Bruce, as they host a special event tonight. Spokesperson Margaret Gulledge tells us more . . . . NEON4NEURON5-27-14 Their event kicks off…