Articles Tagged “Huntsville”

  • HPD Investigating Theft Ring

    The Huntsville Police Department is currently investigating a multi-jurisdictional theft ring that spans from Irving to Conroe. According to HPD Lieutenant Jim Barnes, two instances of “purse snatching” in the Huntsville Wal-Mart parking lot were…

  • Martin Luther King Program Planned at SHSU

    This is the month that many Americans will celebrate the birth of the late civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. In addition to other scheduled observances in Huntsville, a program is planned at…

  • 116-Year-Old Farmhouse Destroyed in New Waverly Fire

    New Waverly Firefighters responded just before 1 PM Monday to a house fire on Marion Lane, just South of the City. Within five minutes of the initial 9-1-1 call, the first crews were on the…

  • Renovation of Downtown Fire Station Continues

    When its back online, the fire station located in the central part of Huntsville will increase response time in the downtown area. When we talked with him last, Fire Chief Tom Grisham said the facility…

  • New Stores Coming to Huntsville

    The City’s “This Week in Huntsville” has informed local readers that three new businesses are coming to Huntsville. Director of Economic and Community Development Aron Kulhavy says the Academy, CVS drug store, and Hampton Inn…

  • Local Energy Company Helps SAAFE House Families for Christmas

    Friday, SM Energy who recently moved one of their offices here, helped out client families of SAAFE House in Huntsville in a big way. Marketing and Development Director Dee Everett, the SAAFE House staff, and…

  • “Coats & Cash” Event Helps Vets

    Last Sunday through Wednesday in Huntsville, Melvin White VFW Post 5871 vets David Lanoue and Jeff Clark braved the cold weather and lived in their cars and a dumpster on 11th Street for the “Coats…

  • “Coats & Cash” Event Helps Vets

    “Coats & Cash” Event Helps Vets

    Last Sunday through Wednesday in Huntsville, Melvin White VFW Post 5871 vets David Lanoue and Jeff Clark braved the cold weather and lived in their cars and a dumpster on 11th Street for the “Coats…

  • Greater Houston Partnership CEO Robert Harvey Speaks to Huntsville Rotarians

    The Rotary Club of Huntsville met Wednesday at the Walker Education Center. Greater Houston Partnership CEO Robert Harvey spoke to members about the efforts of the “Partnership” to further enhance economic development and trade in…

  • Alarm Ordinance Update

    The City of Huntsville, in an effort to better provide for the safety of its citizens, amended its alarm ordinance earlier this year. The amended alarm ordinance provides for the charging of $30 per year…