Articles Tagged “Huntsville”

  • More Huntsville Development

    The developments keep coming. We’ve been telling you about upcoming developments in Huntsville like the retail updates Community and Economic Development Director Aron Kulhavy filled us in on recently. There are more businesses on their…

  • Business Expo and Taste of Huntsville Event Tonight

    Don’t forget the Chambers Business Expo and Taste of Huntsville is tonight from 5 to 7:30 PM at the Walker County Fairgrounds. Admission is ten dollars. Five dollars for children under ten.

  • Filings for Council At-Large #1 Position

    Two candidates have filed for the Huntsville City Council At-large Position #1 seat on the council. On February 29th, Huntsville resident John S. Little who describes his occupation as self-employed filed. On January 25th, Paul…

  • Business Expo & Taste of Huntsville Coming Soon

    The upcoming Business Expo is a business-to-business experience where people can come in and learn about some of the different businesses in town. The Taste of Huntsville gives people opportunity to try some different restaurants…

  • Business Expo & Taste of Huntsville Ahead

    The Business Expo and Taste of Huntsville are coming to town. Huntsville-Walker County spokesperson Scott Francis tells us all about it . . . .   Mr. Francis said, “There is a business-only hour for…

  • New Waverly Firefighter Jimmy Williams Update on Dorm Fire at Gulf Coast Trade Center

    New Waverly firefighter, Captain Jimmy Williams, updated us on the early Monday morning fire of one of the Gulf Coast Trade Center dormitories in New Waverly. The staff at the Gulf Coast Trade Center campus…

  • Texas Independence & Sam Houston Birthday Celebrations Ahead

    The 35th Annual Texas Independence Day and General Sam Houston Birthday commemoration will be on March 2nd. From the Sam Houston Statue Visitor Center, spokesperson Jamie Matthews updates us . . . .   Ms.…

  • Sculptor David Adickes Offers City Presidential Busts

    The well-known and respected sculptor who sculpted Huntsville’s famous giant statue of Sam Houston out on I-45, David Adickes, is offering to give the City a set of his presidential busts. He addressed the city…

  • City Council Holds Economic Development Workshop

    The Huntsville City Council got together for a workshop Tuesday afternoon to discuss and hear presentations on economic development and future initiatives. On hand to talk with councilmembers were SHSU’s Executive Director of Economic Development…

  • Tree Sale Ahead

    Mark your calendar for next weekend. The Walker County Proud Communities is having there Tree Sale, Saturday, February 6th, from 7 AM to Noon at the Walker County Storm Shelter at 455 Highway 75 North…