Articles Tagged “Huntsville”

  • Jeff Clark on Camp Hope Facility

    Jeff Clark, a local spokesperson for Camp Hope, a program to help veterans with issues from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, spoke to those attending the Ward #3 Town Hall this week. Clark said, they “are…

  • Robert James Campbell Execution

    Lawyers for convicted murderer Robert James Campbell want to stop his execution tonight in Huntsville because they say he could go through the same ordeal an inmate in Oklahoma experienced. During his attempted execution in…

  • Assistant Fire Chief John Hobbs Suggests Property Owners Prep for Any Future Wildfire

    With the summer and wildfire season ahead, Huntsville Assistant Fire Chief John Hobbs says now is the time to start getting rid of all those possible fire fuels in your yard . . . .…

  • Scams Underway in Walker County

    Walker County Sheriffs Office Operations Captain Tim Whitecotton informs us that a phone scam is currently underway in Huntsville. The perpetrator calls up individuals and tells them that they’ve missed jury duty and that a…

  • Home Invasion Suspects Plead Guilty

    Twenty-three-year-old Rendrick Lionel Taylor from Houston pled guilty to two counts of aggravated robbery this week for two local home invasion robberies following an agreement made with the Walker County District Attorney’s Office. He will…

  • Ward 3 Town Hall Meeting Set

    City Council Ward 3 representative Ronald Allen will host a Town Hall meeting on May 13th to provide residents an opportunity to gain information on City projects in their area. The meeting will begin at…

  • Sergeant Wade Wilson Workout of the Day Fundraiser Saturday

    A special fundraiser, the “Sergeant Wade Wilson Memorial Workout” of the day, is coming up this Saturday from 9 AM to 2 PM at Crossfit Stars & Bars at 929 University Ave in Huntsville. Spokesperson…

  • Little Free Library Installation Tomorrow

    All citizens are encouraged to attend the installation of a Little Free Library at the Huntsville Aquatic Center this Thursday, May 8th, beginning at 4:30 p.m. According to Vinessa Mundorff, Youth Advisory Board chair, this…

  • Huntsville Man Charged with Falsifying Documents

    Sixty-eight-year-old Huntsville resident Patrick Michael Penker was indicted by the grand jury last week for two felonies for allegedly falsifying documents after the death of his wife last year. Penker was indicted for forging a…

  • General Sam Houston Folk Festival Kicks-Off Today

    The General Sam Houston Folk Festival kicks off today and runs through Sunday on the Museum grounds in Huntsville. It’ll be like taking a trip back to the 19th Century. Festival volunteer Scotty Cherryholmes explains…