Articles Tagged “Huntsville”

  • Highway 19 Site for Research Park Still Under Consideration

    Although SHSU has requested that the City of Huntsville continues to help gather information about other possible locations for their proposed research park, university president Dana Gibson has confirmed in a published email that “the…

  • Council Approves “Strategic Plan” for Huntsville

    The Huntsville City Council recently approved the Strategic Plan, which will serve as a guide for the City staff to develop the budget for the coming fiscal year. The “Strategic Plan,” which was adopted through…

  • Two-Vehicle Accident

    According to HPD, a two-vehicle accident at FM-2821 and FM 247 Tuesday morning sent a 38-year-old Huntsville woman to Huntsville Memorial with minor injuries caused by her seat belt and airbag deployment. In the accident,…

  • Downed Power Line Causes Loss of Service Monday

    A power line that was apparently hit by a vehicle Monday morning, took out power from the Avenue M and Thomason area to downtown Huntsville. There were reports to police of a logging truck in…

  • City Accepting General Ballot Applications July 21st

    City of Huntsville Deputy City Secretary Kristin Edwards informs us that applications for a place on the City of Huntsville general election ballot will be accepted beginning Saturday, July 21st . . . .

  • Main Street’s Kim McCauliffe Invites Citizens Out to Farmers Market

    Huntsville’s Main Street Coordinator Kim McCauliffe reminds us that the Downtown Farmer’s Market is still an important part of downtown life on the weekend . . . . There’s also a Walker County Farmer’s Market…

  • Congressman Brady to Hold July 2nd Town Hall

    With the Supreme Court expected to issue a ruling today on the constitutionality of ObamaCare and the House of Representatives working to prevent a $494 billion tax hike on January 1st, Congressman Kevin Brady is…

  • New Police Dog For HPD

    The Huntsville Police Department is proud to announce its newest member, a 2 ½ year old police dog named Raico. Raico, a Belgian Malinois, was purchased from K-9 Concepts in Brossard, Louisiana with funds generously…

  • Declaration of Independence Reading Planned

    Mark your calendar, on Tuesday, July 3rd, at noon, local members of the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association and local officials, including Judge Danny Pierce and Mayor Mac Woodward, will take part in a reading…

  • 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…