Articles Tagged “Huntsville”

  • Warrant Issued for Local Shooter

    A warrant has been issued by HPD for the arrest of 24-year-old Traymond Deshun Pearson in connection with a robbery and shooting that happened January 13th at an apartment complex in the 2400 block of…

  • City Council Moving Forward on City Charter

    At last night’s regular session of the Huntsville City Council, Mayor Mac Woodward talked about forming a committee to review the City Charter . . . . COUNCIL1-23-13 Indeed, if passed, the charter is submitted…

  • Luke Bryan Extends Tour Through October

    Luke Bryan Extends Tour Through October

    Luke Bryan has extended his Dirt Road Diaries tour after selling out the first series of shows. The second leg of the tour will begin May 17 in Virginia Beach, Va., and conclude Oct. 26…

  • New City Manager Matt Benoit to Speak at Chamber’s “Lunch and Learn” Presentation

    Join the Huntsville-Walker County Chamber of Commerce on Friday, January 25, 2013 as they introduce Huntsville’s newest City Manager Matt Benoit at their first Chamber Lunch and Learn for 2013. Mr. Benoit moved to Huntsville…

  • City Receives New Firefighter Grant

    The City of Huntsville has received a new grant for firefighters. City Manager Matt Benoit passed along the details to councilmembers . . . . GRANT1-10-13 The plan is to hire and pay the salaries…

  • City Council Discussed Mural Issues Tuesday

    The Huntsville City Council met in regular session last night at City Hall. An issue of contention last night was over a proposed amendment to the 2012-13 budget that could cost around $14,000 dollars to…

  • HHS Student Dies as a Result of Injuries from Accident Last Month

    Seventeen-year-old Huntsville High School student Jami LeAnn Chatham passed away at Memorial Hermann Medical Center in Houston on New Year’s day as a result of injuries sustained in a one-vehicle accident a month ago in…

  • Mayor Mac Woodward Looks Forward to New Year

    The City of Huntsville is heading into a new year, and our mayor, Mac Woodward, is optimistic . . . . MACNEWYR12-28-12

  • CASA Needs Volunteers

    Adult volunteers are needed to become the voice for abused children in Walker, San Jacinto, and Trinity Counties. Volunteer advocates must be 21 years or older and able to pass an extensive background check. Applications…

  • City of Huntsville Employees Recognized for Years of Service

    The City of Huntsville recognized 78 employees Wednesday for reaching a range of milestones in their municipal careers. The recognitions, which took place during the City’s annual Employee Service Luncheon, were for those employees who…