Articles Tagged “Huntsville”

  • October City Water Maintenance Successful

    The City of Huntsville conducted a successful maintenance process on its water distribution system during October, and the staff would like to thank all residents for their cooperation and patience during the process. According to…

  • Channel 13 News Anchor Dave Ward to Speak at SHSU

    Dave Ward, who is believed to hold the longest tenure for a broadcaster at a single station, will return to Huntsville on Nov. 14th to “mingle” with members of the Bearkat and local communities. The…

  • “Remembrance” Tomorrow for Those Who Died in Prison

    On, Saturday, November 2nd–a day when many Texans honor the dead and reflect on their own mortality on Dia de los Muertos–members and friends of the Texas Interfaith Center for Public Policy will lay flowers…

  • “Scare on the Square” Set for Saturday

    The City of Huntsville will be helping citizens celebrate Halloween this weekend. Main Street Assistant Ariel Traub tells us more . . . . SCARESQUARE10-24-13 The Haunted Hayride will be held at Kate Barr Ross…

  • Former Huntsville Resident Guilty of Child Porn Distribution

    According to U-S Attorney Kenneth Magidson, on Tuesday former Huntsville resident, 20-year-old Reed C. LeBlanc, pled guilty to distribution of child pornography. U-S District Judge Nancy Atlas accepted LeBlanc’s guilty plea and has set his…

  • Community Baby Shower Today

    The “Grand Drop-off” for the Community Baby Shower takes place today between noon and 6 PM at the Target Parking lot in Huntsville. You’re asked to join hands in support of Child Health Month along…

  • City Manager Benoit Comments on Economic Development

    The new Hobby Lobby on Highway 30 in the old Wal Mart building will celebrate their grand opening at nine this morning. At Thursday night’s “State of the City” presentation by City Manager Matt Benoit,…

  • Butterfly Festival and Plant Sale Saturday

    The Walker County Master Gardeners is having their 4th Annual Butterfly Festival and Plant Sale tomorrow, Saturday, from 8 AM to 2 PM at 102 Tam Road in Huntsville. They will have fruit trees, roses,…

  • City’s New Neighborhood Resource Department

    The City has formed a new Neighborhood Resources Department. The department’s director, Dr. Sherry McKibben, filled us in on what they’ll do . . . . NEIGHRES10-9-13 Dr. McKibben said the new Neighborhood Resources Department…

  • SHSU Increased Enrollment Figures

    Sam Houston State University has enrolled a record-setting 19,214 students for the 2013 fall semester, according to 20th class day figures released by the university. The City of Huntsville always notices a surge in its…