Articles Tagged “Huntsville”

  • Ag Commissioner Staples to Speak in Huntsville

    On Tuesday, June 19th, Agriculture Commissioner Todd Staples will speak at the Region 6 Education Service Center Summer Administrators’ retreat in Huntsville. Commissioner Staples will discuss the future of education in Texas, school safety, and…

  • City Still Seeking Survey Participants

    Time is running out for Huntsville residents to participate in the City of Huntsville’s 2012 Citizen Survey, and all residents who have not yet done so are encouraged to take a few moments to provide…

  • Hunter Education Class Scheduled

    A Hunter Education Class for Huntsville, Madison County, and nearby counties is coming up at the Madison County Gun and Archery Range, east of Madisonville. The class starts on the evening of June 15th, Friday,…

  • Police News

    Home Invasion Investigated Wednesday Night

    Three suspects are sought in an armed home invasion that occurred at the Gateway Apartments on Sam Houston Avenue Wednesday night. Around 10:40 on the night of the robbery, a Huntsville man and his girlfriend…

  • SAAFE House Crawfest Big Success

    The SAAFE House 7th Annual Crawfest fundraiser last night was a great success. The SAAFE House in Huntsville provides services to victims of sexual assault and domestic violence. Executive Director of the SAAFE House, Jolene…

  • City Council Looking at Annexation Process for Land Site

    At this week’s regular session of the Huntsville City Council, interim City Manager Chuck Pinto presented a timeline regarding the annexation of a land site that SHSU is considering for a research park. A full-service…

  • Author Jim Comer to Speak on Caring for Aging Parents

    This Friday, June 8th, at 10:30 in the morning and also at 6 PM, everyone is invited to hear well-known author Jim Comer discuss his experiences and outlook in taking care of aging loved ones.…

  • City Council Meets Tonight

    The Huntsville City Council meets for a regular session this evening at six at City Hall. There will be a presentation of City of Huntsville Employees’ Scholarship recipients and an introduction of SHSU government representatives.…

  • City Moving Forward on Sidewalks

    The City of Huntsville is moving forward on sidewalk projects for our area. City of Huntsville Director of Public Works Aron Kulhavy, our guest on “Around Town” this past weekend, tells us more . .…

  • Vehicle Fatality Wednesday

    Seventy-year-old Huntsville resident Hadi Adib died Wednesday afternoon after his 2008 Hyundai hit an electrical pole on Autumn Lane in Huntsville. Witnesses saw the car ignite into flames after hitting the pole. Before the fire…