Articles Tagged “City”

  • City of Huntsville Employees Recognized for Years of Service

    The City of Huntsville recognized 78 employees Wednesday for reaching a range of milestones in their municipal careers. The recognitions, which took place during the City’s annual Employee Service Luncheon, were for those employees who…

  • Falk Trial Delayed until Friday

    In Bryan, John Ray Falk Jr’s capital murder trial has been delayed until Friday following the state’s granting relief in the trial proceedings by the 10th Court of Appeals. Falk is accused of being an…

  • City of Huntsville Special Celebration Scheduled

    Put it down on your calendar now. The City of Huntsville is inviting everyone to a special celebration at City Hall on Tuesday, December 18th, from 5 to 6 PM. The public, city officials, and…

  • “Harnessing Huntsville” & Neighborhood Stabilization Houses Info

    Don’t forget the special community discussion on Harnessing Huntsville’s Potential is tonight from 6 to 8 at the Huntsville Public Library. Your invited to join the community conversation on prioritizing and implementing housing, education, and…

  • City of Huntsville Solid Waste Schedule

    The City of Huntsville Solid Waste Transfer Station and Recycling Facility will observe Thanksgiving Day on both Thursday, November 22 and Friday, November 23. Due to the closure for the Thanksgiving holiday, there will be…

  • Commissioners’ Court Discusses Economic and Tax Abatement Policy

    At Monday’s session of Walker County Commissioners’ Court, Comissioners approved their Economic Development policy and their Tax Abatement Policy. They had help from Marsh Darcy Partners, a consulting firm from Houston, and from a local…

  • City Council Executive Session Tonight

    This afternoon at 5:30 the Huntsville City Council will meet in a closed Executive Session with Strategic Government Resources to further discuss the search process and the services needed to assist the City in the…

  • City Council Discusses Boys & Girls Club Funding

    At Tuesday’s meeting of the Huntsville City Council, FEMA’s funding of a tornado shelter at Emancipation Park which would also be used as a facility for the Walker County Boys and Girls Club was discussed.…

  • Voter Information Update

    The last day to register to vote in the November 6th, 2012 General and Special election is Tuesday, October 9th at 5:00 p.m., and citizens are encouraged to take the required steps before the deadline.…

  • City Political Sign Rules

    The November elections are around the corner, and political candidates are encouraged to observe regulations for political signage. We talked with City of Huntsville Building Official Mike Roempke about political sign rules . . .…