Articles Tagged “Huntsville”

  • Huntsville Council Approves New City Manager

    Huntsville has a new city manager. He is Matt Benoit.  Mayor Mac Woodward conducted the voting on his approval by the council last night . . . . We talked with 38-year-old Matt Benoit shortly…

  • Huntsville/Walker County Chamber “Small Business Breakfast” coming up

    Huntsville/Walker County Chamber “Small Business Breakfast” coming up

    The Huntsville-Walker County Chamber of Commerce will host its monthly “Small Business Breakfast” beginning at 7:30am Dec. 13. This great networking opportunity will take place at Golden Corral Restaurant on 11th Street at Normal Park…

  • Crime Stopper Food Drive at Wal Mart Tomorrow

    You’re asked to bring your canned goods and non-perishable food donations this Saturday to the entrance at Wal-Mart in Huntsville where Walker County-Huntsville Crime Stopper volunteers are collecting them for the Good Shepherd Mission. Mission…

  • John Falk Jr. Trial Continues in Bryan

    The capital murder trial of John Falk Jr., accused as an accomplice in the death of correctional officer Susan Canfield in 2007 at the Wynne Unit in Huntsville, continued Tuesday in a Bryan Courtroom. The…

  • Harnessing Huntsville’s Potential Presentation Thursday

    The City of Huntsville is asking you to join them in a special community discussion on Harnessing Huntsville’s Potential. Local citizens are invited to participate in a community conversation about prioritizing and implementing housing, education,…

  • Storms Cause Power Outages in Area Today

    There were scattered power outages throughout the county this morning because of lightning and the high winds causing trees to fall on power lines in various locations. Entergy’s Stan Foley reports there were about 2,000…

  • SHSU Tree of Light Ceremony Tonight

    SHSU’s 92nd annual Tree of Light Ceremony will be tonight at six at Bearkat Plaza. Associate Director of Student Activities Brandon Cooper says, “All SHSU faculty, staff, students, alumni, and the Huntsville community are invited…

  • SAAFE House Receiving Donations for Holidays

    Members of the Sam Houston Construction Association surprised SAAFE House with a huge donation of non-perishable food. The Association delivered a total of 5,300 cans of food Tuesday, just in time for Thanksgiving. It took…

  • SHSU Regents Approve New Degree & Criminal Justice Departments

    A new online business degree offered by Sam Houston State University that targets students who have not been able to enroll in or complete their undergraduate degree in a traditional setting was among the items…

  • “Harnessing Huntsville Potential” Project Planned

    “Harnessing Huntsville Potential” is a new project established by the mayor and city council to study the housing and economic development in Huntsville and Walker County. The City’s community development specialist, Dr. Sherry McKibben, explains…