Articles Tagged “Huntsville”

  • Barney Ronald Fuller to be Executed

    Fifty-three-year-old Barney Ronald Fuller is set for execution today at the Walls Unit in Huntsville for shooting his neighbors to death in 2003 near Lovelady. He also shot their son in the shoulder–he lived. According…

  • National Night Out in Huntsville

    Don’t forget local law enforcement’s National Night Out kicks off this afternoon. The main event will take place from 4 to 7 PM at Kate Barr Ross Park 486 State Highway 75 North. It’s an…

  • Offender Programs at TDCJ

    The City of Huntsville is the criminal justice center for the state. We learned several interesting aspects in regard to TDCJ’s operation recently. In talking with the agency’s executive director, Bryan Collier, we asked him,…

  • Hospital District Chooses Possible Buyer to Begin Negotiations on Sale

    The Item has reported that the Walker County Hospital District has picked a possible buyer to begin negotiations with.  However, a confidentiality agreement prevents disclosure. Hospital District members held a meeting last night on the…

  • Cooking Demonstration Show Ahead

    An informative cooking demonstration show is coming to Huntsville. Walker County Texas AgriLife Family and Consumer Sciences Extension Agent Lana Franceschini updates us . . . .   The cost of the event is $25…

  • Film Series Coming to Old Town Theatre

    The Sam Houston State University Department of Mass Communication and assistant professor of film Grant Wiedenfeld will continue their ongoing film screening series at historic Old Town Theatre in downtown Huntsville. The first of the screenings, “Port…

  • 18-Wheeler Fire Friday Afternoon Northbound Lane I-45

    Around 1:30 this afternoon, New Waverly Firefighter Jimmy Williams reported that there was an 18-wheeler fire between Huntsville and New Waverly in the northbound lane of I-45 that’s blocking traffic. It’s at the 107 mile…

  • Gene Myrick Passes Away

    Gene Myrick, age 85, passed away September 2nd at his home. Mr. Myrick was active in many organizations in Huntsville, including Friends of the Library and the Old Town Theatre, and contributed greatly to the…

  • Huntsville Bond Election Facility Tours

    Huntsville City Secretary Lee Woodward tells us, “The City of Huntsville is happy to provide facility tours for all of the locations for the upcoming bond election . . . .”

  • Zeno Group’s Franny Chudner Comments on Wi-Fi in Local School Buses

    Franny Chudner from Corporate Affairs of the Zeno Group in New York informed us Tuesday that approximately 6300 Huntsville students have found their long bus rides home equipped with a new feature – full service…