Articles Tagged “Huntsville”

  • 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…

  • I-45 Southbound Outside Lane Opened

    Today, the Texas Department of Transportation’s contractor will open the outside lane and shoulder on IH 45 Southbound in Walker County north of exit 118 at Huntsville. The work is part of a $10.4 million…

  • Camp Hope Initiative-Proposed Hospital

    We’ve been telling you about the Camp Hope Initiative for veterans which will focus on treating veterans with PTSD here in Huntsville. The PTSD Foundation, in conjunction with the HEARTS Veterans Museum, is having a…

  • Oral History Event Tonight at Walker Education Center

    Next year will mark the 50th anniversary of racial integration in Huntsville, which was accomplished after a sit-in at the famous Café Raven on the Courthouse Square. Local libraries contain no oral history archives of…

  • Injured Baby in Critical but Stable Condition

    Tuesday, that 2-month-old baby who was found unreponsive at a residence on Elks Drive in Huntsville last week was reported to be in stable but critical condition. The child is under treatment in the pediatric…

  • Health Fair To Target Huntsville, TWC Students

    Bearkats in Huntsville and The Woodlands can learn about getting healthy in a variety of ways during the Student Health Fair today and April 30th. The event, sponsored by the SHSU Student Health Center, will…

  • Local Man Charged with Injury to a Child

    Last week, a 2-month-old child in Huntsville was flown to the pediatric intensive care unit at Texas Children’s Hospital in Houston suffering from head and internal injuries. Twenty-three-year-old Brent Raynard Davison was being held in…

  • Elkins Lake Town Hall Meeting

    A Town Hall meeting took place at the Elkins Lake Clubhouse Wednesday night moderated by Ward #4 Councilmember Joe Rodriguez. Citizens attending heard updates on city activities from City Engineer Yellambalsi Ramachandra, Public Works Director…