Articles Tagged “Huntsville”

  • HISD Bond Election Fails to Pass

    HISD’s $65 million dollar bond issue failed to pass when all the votes were tallied Saturday night. The final vote total showed 2,726 voters “against” and 1,630 “for.” At HISD’s Hawkins Administration building Saturday night,…

  • Local Teen Indicted for Fatal Accident

    A Walker County grand jury has indicted Huntsville teenager Bryson Richard O’Brien on two counts of causing an accident involving serious bodily injury or death. According to reports from police, a reckless turn he made…

  • City Introduces E-Billing for Water Customers

    The City of Huntsville is offering a new, fast, efficient, and eco-friendly service for its water customers called E-Bill. Utility Billing customers may now sign up to receive an E-Bill–an electronic bill viewed online. E-Bills…

  • Tourism Week in Huntsville

    The City of Huntsville will celebrate Tourism Week through the 12th, and one of the many features of the week will be a special tour in Oakwood Cemetery. According to Director of Tourism and Cultural…

  • Fallen Correctional Staff to Be Honored

    The Texas Department of Criminal Justice will honor the service of its correctional staff, and remember all those who have lost their lives in the line of duty with a memorial service scheduled at 10:30…

  • Cinco de Mayo Planned Saturday

    Council President for LULAC in Huntsville, John Escobedo, informs us that LULAC and Walker County Unidos is inviting the entire community to come out to the Walker County Annex parking lot Saturday . . .…

  • Stakeholder Committee Reviews Case Study on Huntsville’s Quality of Life

    Tuesday, the Stakeholder Committee for Huntsville looked over the results of a case study designed to come up with suggestions to improve Huntsville’s quality of life. Over the past several months, the group put together…

  • HCT’s “Barefoot in the Park” Begins Tonight

    Neil Simon’s classic play “Barefoot in the Park” kicks-off in Huntsville tonight. We recently talked with one of the actor’s in the production, Shyver Bray, who filled us in . . . . BAREFOOT4-8-13  …

  • Medicare Workshop Scheduled

    Understanding the different parts of Medicare and figuring out how to best manage each part can be confusing and overwhelming. The Huntsville-Walker County Chamber of Commerce and the Houston-Galveston Area Agency on Aging will present…

  • Carl Spencer Receives Governor’s Criminal Justice Volunteer Service Award

    Carl Spencer of Huntsville was presented the Governor’s 2013 Criminal Justice Employee Volunteer Service Award in recognition of his dedication to helping offenders incarcerated within the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. The award was presented…