Articles Tagged “Huntsville”

  • Operation “You Are Not Forgotten”

    Operation “You Are Not Forgotten”

    Operation “You Are Not Forgotten” is set for noon-9pm Nov. 10 at the H.E.A.R.T.S. Veterans of Museum of Texas in Huntsville. Donations are being solicited to ensure our troops & military families are not forgotten…

  • Scare on the Square

    Scare on the Square

    Huntsville’s Main Street Program invites you to the annual “Scare on the Square” celebration set for 2-5:30pm Oct. 28 in downtown Huntsville. There will be food, games, prizes, a costume contest and much more. Admission…

  • Welcome to Dealing With Disaster – How to Plan & Overcome Challenges

    Welcome to Dealing With Disaster – How to Plan & Overcome Challenges

    The Huntsville-Walker County Chamber of Commerce will host a program titled “Welcome to Dealing With Disaster – How to Plan & Overcome Challenges.” The program is set for 11am-1pm Oct. 26 – and will take place…

  • Atkinson Toyota Breaks Ground

    Atkinson Toyota of Huntsville has broken ground for the construction of their new 35,000 square foot building and 11 acre site on On the I-45 North Freeway Service Road in Huntsville. Their new facility features…

  • Mayor Brauninger on How Huntsville Is Keeping Up with Growth

    The City of Huntsville’s State of the City presentation last week was an opportunity for Mayor Andy Brauninger and City Manager Matt Benoit to detail how the city was progressing and its future direction. One…

  • State of the City Address Delivered at Storm Shelter Thursday Night

    The City of Huntsville presented the 2017 State of the City Address last night at the Storm Shelter. Mayor Andy Brauninger and City Manager Matt Benoit delivered a comprehensive view of what has been happening…

  • TDCJ Employee Killed in Accident

    The Huntsville Item reports that a TDCJ employee died Tuesday afternoon after he was thrown from his motorcycle during an accident in Huntsville. TDCJ officials have confirmed that 44-year-old Sgt. James Lerma of Huntsville was…

  • Special Showing of “High Noon Movie by LEAP This Week

    Mark your calendars. Coming to Huntsville this week, the SHSU’s Center for Law, Engagement & Politics is having a special film presentation. SHSU political science professor Mike Yawn tells us more . . . .

  • Walker County Hazard Mitigation Plan Meeting Ahead

    The Houston-Galveston Area Council (H-GAC), in partnership with Walker County, the City of New Waverly, and City of Riverside, is hosting the first public meeting to develop Walker County’s Hazard Mitigation Plan. The meeting will…

  • State of the City Address Ahead

    You’re invited to join the City on October 12 for the annual State of the City address. You can meet with City staff, hear updates on City projects from your City Manager, and learn more…