Articles Tagged “Huntsville”

  • “Diva Night” Planned

    “Diva Night” is coming back to Huntsville soon. Chamber of Commerce Events & Communications Manager Laura Green updates us . . . . DIVANIGHT7-9-13 Tickets are on sale now at the Chamber, Lisa’s Gift Box,…

  • City Plans Fourth of July Event Next Week

    The City of Huntsville has a great Fourth of July event planned. City of Huntsville Recreation Assistant Natalie Reid tells us more . . . . 4THCITY6-27-13 (2) Don’t forget to bring your coolers, blankets…

  • Child Injured in Accident Wednesday Afternoon

    As of Wednesday afternoon, a four-year-old boy was reported to be in serious condition after an accident in Huntsville. The child suffered life-threatening injuries in the accident shortly after noon Wednesday and was life-flighted to…

  • Commissioners Discuss Request for Proposal for Joint Clinic

    Walker County Commissioners met for a regular meeting Monday morning at the courthouse. One of the major topics for discussion was approving a payment of $2,500 dollars for a Request for Proposal to share in…

  • HISD Recognitions

    During the HISD Board of Trustee’s meeting Thursday evening, the Board recognized various organizations. Weisner of Huntsville was recognized for their support of HISD. The district also honored local media. Walker County Journal Online published…

  • City Board or Commission Applications Available

    Applications are available for Huntsville residents interested in serving on a City board or commission or to be considered for re-appointment to current positions ending August 31st, 2013. Residents may submit applications to the City…

  • Small Business Week in Huntsville

    The City of Huntsville Main Street Program will celebrate National Small Business Week from June 17 – 21, and residents of Huntsville are encouraged to participate in several activities honoring local entrepreneurs. According to Main…

  • Mac Woodward Comments on Future Water Quality

    At the close of the construction in August of 2014 on the Trinity River Authority plant in their expansion from 6 million gallons of water a day to 12, Huntsville will not only have even…

  • Juneteenth Parade & Cookoff Tomorrow

    The Progressive Women’s Association of Huntsville will be having their Juneteenth Parade at 10 tomorrow morning on 10th Street at Avenue P next to the Samuel Walker Houston Cultural Center. Parade lineup is scheduled for…

  • Water Main Break on 11th Street Info

    Shortly after 11 this morning, Walker County Dispatch reported to us that final patching-up was underway on the water main break on 11th Street in front of Brookshire Brothers in Huntsville. Traffic was reported to…