Articles Tagged “Huntsville”

  • Huntsville Bond Election Facility Tours

    Huntsville City Secretary Lee Woodward tells us, “The City of Huntsville is happy to provide facility tours for all of the locations for the upcoming bond election . . . .”

  • Zeno Group’s Franny Chudner Comments on Wi-Fi in Local School Buses

    Franny Chudner from Corporate Affairs of the Zeno Group in New York informed us Tuesday that approximately 6300 Huntsville students have found their long bus rides home equipped with a new feature – full service…

  • Trending Political Topics Discussed at Republican Women’s Meeting

    Monday night Walker County Republican Women met at Gibbs Hall in Huntsville to talk about trending political topics. County Tax Assessor-Collector Diana McRae was on hand to deliver a comprehensive presentation on updates on voting…

  • “heART of Huntsville” Program Ahead

    For those of our listeners who have an interest in art, a special program is coming up that may interest you. One of the student members of the Center for Law, Engagement and Politics, Alex…

  • Ultra Endurance Camp Triathletes Meet the Public

    An Ultra-Endurance Pro Camp is still underway at SHSU for professional triathletes and coaches for intense IRONMAN competition training under grueling conditions. Members of the Bearkat and Huntsville communities had a chance to meet these…

  • Girl Scout Rally Ahead

    Jamie Arlt informs us that two Girl Scout Rallies are being hosted at their scout house this week. Join them for “A Taste of Girl Scouting” at their local scout house located at 2203 Avenue…

  • Library Plans “Back-to-School Bash”

    Mark your calendars. Another “Back to School” event is coming to Huntsville. Huntsville Public Library Children’s Coordinator Rachel McPhail has the information . . . .

  • Wynne Home Luau Saturday

    If you’re looking for some fun stuff to do over the weekend, you might stop by the Wynne Home in Huntsville tomorrow. Wynne Home intern Jessica Northam tells us all about it . . .…

  • City Info on Mosquito Issues

    The City of Huntsville informs us that the long summer days and intermittent showers may present an increased opportunity for exposure to mosquito bites. Citizens are urged to take precautions to decrease the likelihood of…

  • Baldwin Trial Continued Wednesday

    The Huntsville Item reports that the aggravated assault with a deadly weapon trial of 32-year-old Ira James Baldwin continued in 278th Judicial district Court Wednesday. Jurors heard the testimony of Lee’Wayna Ferguson who said Baldwin…