Articles Tagged “Huntsville”

  • Portion of Avenue J Closed Today

    The City of Huntsville says a portion of Avenue J from Sam Houston Avenue heading towards SHSU will be closed today as part of the ongoing construction of new student apartments next to Jack in the…

  • Current Street Closures

    The City of Huntsville informs us that Avenue P from 22nd Street to 25th Street is closed as part of an ongoing milling and overlay project. Plan for delays in the work areas. Each section…

  • “Great Muddy Escape” Ahead

    The Great Muddy Escape race fundraiser is coming back to Huntsville. Huntsville Family YMCA spokesperson Brian Rodriguez has the information . . . .

  • Huntsville Man Shot Over Weekend

    The Huntsville Item reports that a 22-year-old man from Huntsville was shot in the abdomen over the weekend during an altercation in the parking lot near Jack in the Box and Hobby Lobby in Huntsville.…

  • Council Approves 2017 Strategic Plan

    The Huntsville City Council met on January 5, 2017, to create a new strategic plan to set the course for the City for the year. The updated strategic plan is a flexible document that will…

  • City Council Discusses Street Delay Issues

    You can’t help but notice there’s construction going on on Huntsville streets nowadays. At this week’s city council session, Councilmember Joe Rodriguez commented in reference to it to City Engineer Ram Ramachandra. Mr. Rodriguez said,…

  • Weeklong Events at SHSU to Celebrate Heart Health Week

    At SHSU, Recreational Sports and the Office of Health Promotion will host a series of events to celebrate the heart and promote Heart Health Week. To kick off the week, free cardio classes will be…

  • Two Huntsville Men Die in Head-On Accident

    The Huntsville Item reports that 46-year-old Tommy Norman and 63-year-old Robert Moore of Huntsville were killed in a head-on collision in north Walker County Wednesday afternoon. The accident happened on Lake Falls Road around a…

  • Secretary Tillerson Delivers Introductory Speech to State Department Employees

    The Trump Administration’s new Secretary of State, former Exxon CEO and former Huntsville resident, Rex Tillerson, was well-received by State Department employees at his introductory speech there Thursday . . . .   In his…

  • Hot Fund Partnership Grant Available Online

    The City of Huntsville says they are proud to offer and enter into partnerships with prospective applicants to provide our community with rich and exciting cultural events. The 2017-18 Hotel Occupancy Tax (HOT) Partnership Grant application…