Articles Posted in the News Category

  • SHSU Professor Bernadette Pruitt to Read Excerpts of Her New Book Today at Austin Hall

    The “Great Migration” is a term used to describe the movement of millions of African Americans from the south to northern industrial cities in search of a better life. But associate professor of history Bernadette…

  • Special Program Scheduled for Parents of Children with Disabilities

    Spokesperson Gail Wright with the Partners Resource Network, a parent-in-training information center for parents with children with disabilities, tells us that a special informative meeting will be taking place this Saturday at the Huntsville Public…

  • HISD Board of Trustees Meets Tonight

    The HISD Board of Trustees will meet this evening at six at the Hawkins Administration Building. The Board will recognize staff and students. On tonight’s “Consent Agenda,” Trustees will consider verifying the 2012-13 Texas Academic…

  • New Entergy Customer Service Manager Addresses Councilmembers

    Entergy has a new Customer Service Manager for our area. He is Ronnie Hale. Mr. Hale introduced himself to councilmembers at this week’s regular session of the Huntsville City Council. He said that Stan Foley…

  • HPD Police Academy Signing-up Participants

    The Huntsville Police Department invites all citizens to apply for the 2014 Citizens Police Academy, a unique chance for participants to learn about police operations first-hand. According to HPD Senior Officers Mark Jenkins and Kenneth…

  • Huntsville Community Theatre Presents “Shadowlands”

    This week, Huntsville Community Theatre is bringing the play “Shadowlands” to town Friday and Saturday night at 7:30 and the same times the following weekend, also the next two Sundays at 2 PM at the…

  • SHSU Financial Literacy Week Coming Up

    The Sam Houston State University Student Money Management Center will teach students how to thrive financially. The sixth annual Financial Literacy Week, Feb. 24th through 27th, will include 14 workshops and presentations over a four-day…

  • Community Meeting Held Tuesday on SHSU’s Plan for 78-Acre Site

    Last night at the Veterans Conference Center, SHSU vice president of finance and operations Al Hooten, the HEARTS Museum’s Charlotte Oleinik and Broaddus Planning representatives discussed the university’s plan to move two of their criminal…

  • Council Hears First Reading of the Proposed Entergy Rate Settlement

    At last night’s City Council session, councilmembers listened to a first reading of the proposed Entergy rate settlement between them and a coalition of cities which includes Huntsville. City Attorney Leonard Schneider said Entergy responded…

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on Friday’s night shift a commercial burglary was investigated in the100 block of Sumac Road–a possibly known suspect forced entry into the building and damaged property. In the 700 block of…