Articles Tagged “City of Huntsville”

  • Update On Changes In City Council Race

    According to the final update on campaign filings from the City of Huntsville website, candidate for City Council At-large Position #3 Kendall Scudder has withdrawn from that race and filed to run against councilmember Keith…

  • Fireworks Safety Advice from Assistant Fire Chief John Hobbs

    The Fourth of July comes up this weekend, and Assistant Fire Chief John Hobbs reminds us that using fireworks in the City of Huntsville is illegal. He recently passed along some fireworks safety tips .…

  • Commissioners to Exclude City in Grant Application

    Monday at Commissioners’ Court, Commissioners voted not to include the City of Huntsville in their application for a grant that might allow them funds for radios for area volunteer fire departments. The overall grant of…

  • New Tourism Video for Huntsville

    City Director of tourism and Cultural Services Kimm Thomas tells us that they “are very excited that the City of Huntsville is embarking on a new video to introduce Huntsville to not only the state…

  • City & TxDOT Join in Publication

    City of Huntsville Deputy City Secretary Kristin Edwards informs us, “On March 7th, 2014, the City of Huntsville in partnership with TxDOT released a publication outlining the ongoing construction at the Interstate 45/State Highway 75…

  • HPD Receives Impaired Driving Mobilization Campaign Award Check

    Thursday morning at City Hall, Traffic Safety Specialist Terri Miller with TxDOT’s Bryan District awarded $3,000 to the City of Huntsville and the Police Department for their participation in the 2013 Impaired Driving Mobilization Campaign…

  • SAAFE House Thanks City Employees

    Last night at the regular meeting of the Huntsville City Council, SAAFE House Executive Director Jolene Miller, along with other members of the organization, presented a plaque to the City for their help in raising…

  • HPD Clears-Up Home Invasion Rumors

    The Huntsville Police Department has been made aware of several social media postings regarding robberies and/or home invasions at various apartment complexes in Huntsville. The department would like to assure citizens that while calls pertaining…

  • City Staff Participates in Fundraiser

    During a first-time charity bowling event on Thursday, December 19th, the staff of the City of Huntsville raised over $6,600 and collected thousands of food items to benefit local agencies. The five organizations benefitting from…

  • Monday’s Veterans Day Observance

    A 2013 Veterans Day Ceremony was held in front of the Bernard G. Johnson Coliseum Monday morning. SHSU Military Chair Lt. Col. Robert McCormick emceed the event. The American flag was raised as well as…