Articles Tagged “information”

  • Representative John Otto’s Legislative Update

    Our State Representative John Otto reports in his Legislative Update that last week the House passed House Bill 1690, which will relocate the Public Integrity Unit from the Travis County District Attorney’s Office to the…

  • Pitch, Hit & Run Scheduled For Saturday

    The City of Huntsville Recreation Services participates in the Major League Baseball’s local Pitch, Hit and Run competition.  Boys and girls, ages 7 to 14, will have the opportunity to showcase their baseball or softball…

  • HISD Football Physicals

    Thoughts of football are already circling at Huntsville ISD. On Tuesday, May 19, 2015, student athletes at Huntsville High School and Mance Park Middle School will be offered free sports physicals for the upcoming school…

  • “Five-O” 5k/1Mile Run

    The Huntsville Police Officer Association, in conjunction with the Inspector General Employee Foundation, will host its first annual “Five-Oh 5k/1-Mile Run” May 2nd at Kate Barr Ross Park on Hwy 75 North. It’s a fundraising…

  • Huge Video Scoreboards for SHSU Athletic venues

    Sam Houston State University is getting new state-of-the-art video boards for its facilities on campus for football, track and field, volleyball, basketball and softball, just in time for the Fall 2015 sports season. Jim and…

  • Main Street Music Festival Tonight

    Huntsville Main Street Program continues their downtown Music Festival Thursday evening. These are free, family-friendly concerts from 5:30-9 p.m., in Rather Park at 1221 University Avenue . The festival showcases themed music nights highlighting different…

  • Keep Texas Beautiful

    Keep Texas Beautiful is now accepting applications for the 2015 Keep Texas Beautiful Youth and Educator Awards. The award program honors extraordinary Texas students, educators and volunteers working to improve and beautify their communities. Awards…

  • 21st Annual SAMMY Awards

    SHSU and the Department of Student Activities will recognize a number of organizations and students for their contributions to the community and for their leadership abilities during the 21st Annual Sammy Awards tonight. (Wednesday) The…

  • “Getting Life: An Innocent Man’s 25-Year Journey

    Michael Morton, who was wrongly convicted for the murder of his wife in 1986, will speak with SHSU’s Center for Law, Engagement, and Politics on tonight from 6:30-8 p.m. in College of Humanities and Social…

  • Special Needs Baseball at the Y

    The Huntsville YMCA is taking registrations for their Special Needs Baseball programs that will run from April 25th thru May 30th. Y-Director Sandra Clifton gives us the details   The YMCA believes that youth sports…