Articles Tagged “Huntsville”

  • “Autism Speaks” Celebrates “Light It Up Blue”

    EACH APRIL 2ND, Autism Speaks celebrates the start of its signature campaign, Light It Up Blue, along with the international autism community in commemoration of World Autism Awareness Day. Light It Up Blue is a…

  • Aggravated Robbery Over Weekend

    There was an aggravated robbery over the weekend in Huntsville. HPD Lt. Jim Barnes updates us . . . .   Officer Barnes said if anyone has any information on this robbery, call HPD at…

  • Fair Parade Ahead–Entries Still Accepted

    The big Fair Parade winds through Huntsville this Thursday evening at 7. We talked with Parade spokesperson Stephen Gregory Monday . . . .

  • HISD Board Meets Tonight

    The HISD Board of Trustees will meet tonight. The public is invited to the meeting at the Hawkins Administration Building at 441 FM 2821 East in Huntsville tonight at six.

  • Two Arrested For Aggravated Robbery

    KBTX Channel 3 reports that following the robbery of a Walker County home, two people have been arrested. In custody are 40-year-old Christey Dawn Goodie and 30-year-old Justin Michael Ray of Brenham. Law enforcement authorities…

  • Wynne Home Friends A Great Help

    A reminder that registration for classes at the Wynne Home in Huntsville is underway right now. You can register at the Wynne Home during regular operating hours or by picking up one of the brochures…

  • Business Expo & Taste Of Huntsville Held At Fairgrounds

    The 28th Annual Business Expo 2015 and Taste of Huntsville took place at the Walker County Fairgrounds last night. Businesses and government entities featured their services and/or products, and local area restaurants offered their delicious…

  • City Wins Award

    The City of Huntsville has won another award. Neighborhood Resources Director Dr. Sherry McKibben tells us all about it . . . .

  • Ag Commissioner Sid Miller Talks About FFA

    4-H and FFA have played a vital role in inspiring young people in Huntsville and Walker County to become leaders. Texas Ag Commissioner Sid Miller was a former FFA member and said that it “played…

  • Entergy Contract Crews Are In Huntsville

    Contract crews working for Entergy Texas, Inc. are on the move, trimming vegetation, limbs and brush away from power lines in Huntsville. Contract crews have two power lines to clear, both of which originate at…