Articles Tagged “Huntsville”

  • Sam Houston Statue “Tribute To Courage” Refreshing Drink Competition

    Director of Tourism and Cultural Services Kimm Thomas tells us that, in conjunction with celebrating the Statue of Sam Houston’s 21st anniversary, “we will be having a drink competition entitled ‘The Legend’ after Sam Houston.”…

  • Jeffrey Martinez Trial To Begin

    The KBTX website reports that selection of a jury and the opening statements in the Jeffrey Martinez trial for manslaughter got underway on Tuesday in Huntsville. Martinez is on trial for driving in the wrong…

  • “Rocky Horror Show” Musical Coming To SHSU

    You may remember the crazy cult-classic movie the “Rocky Horror Show.” Well, the musical version is coming to Huntsville. SHSU College of Fine Arts & Mass Communications Marketing Coordinator Emily Binetti fills us in .…

  • Mayor Woodward Passes Along Tips For Next Mayor

    In the upcoming election, four candidates will be vying for the Huntsville mayor’s post being vacated by current Mayor Mac Woodward. We had a chance to asked Mayor Woodward what advice he would pass along…

  • Fair On The Square Coming Up In October

    Preparations are underway for the upcoming Fair on the Square in Huntsville next month. Chamber of Commerce President Carol Smith updates us . . . .

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift Tuesday officers responded to 8 accident scenes in Huntsville between 1:15 and 2:14 PM. All were minor accidents with two vehicles that fled the scene. Officers also…

  • Crime Stopper Website Features Recent Convenience Store Burglary

    The Walker County-Huntsville Crime Stopper website reports that: On August 15th, two unknown suspects broke into the Stop and Stop store located in the 300 block of US 190 East in Huntsville.  The suspects broke…

  • HISD’s Dr. Wright Comments On New Courses

    HISD classes get underway today in Huntsville. We recently asked HISD Superintendent, Dr. Howell Wright, what kind of courses had been added to the District’s curriculum lately? . . . .   Dr. Wright also…

  • Update On Candidates For City Offices

    Position 1 at-large councilmember Andy Brauninger filed with the City Secretaries office on Wednesday to run for Mayor of Huntsville. Mayor Mac Woodward recently announced he would not be running again. According to his City…

  • Public Hearing On City Tax Rate Held Tuesday Night

    At Tuesday night’s city council session, a public hearing was held for the public to comment on their consideration to adopt a maximum property tax rate of .$4106 per $100 evaluation for the 2015-16 Fiscal…