Articles Tagged “information”

  • Utility Knife Blade Found In Shopping Cart Handle

    The City of Huntsville Police Department has reported the discovery of a utility knife blade attached to a local store shopping cart. Local retailers are being asked to check carts regularly. HPD is making efforts…

  • Fraudulent Automated Calls

    The Office of Inspector General is alerting area residents to fraudulent automated calls being made to citizens in Texas and elsewhere by individuals posing as being with the Texas Department of Criminal Justice Inspector General’s…

  • Huntsville Lions Club- 2017 Flag Project

    Huntsville Lions Club- 2017 Flag Project

    The Huntsville Lions Club has served Huntsville & the Walker County area for more than 65 years, and the club’s “Flag Project” has been a local tradition for many of those years. The Lions are…

  • Mudcats & Dogtrots: A Reprisal

    Mudcats & Dogtrots: A Reprisal

    Huntsville’s Sam Houston Memorial Museum will feature an exhibit called:  “Mudcats & Dogtrots: A Reprisal.” The exhibit is set for July 5 through Aug. 27, and will be on display in the Exhibit Gallery of the…

  • City Council Candidate Packets Available

    Candidate packets for the 2017 City of Huntsville General Election are available through the office of the City Secretary at City Hall, 1212 Avenue M, or on the City web site at huntsvilletx.gov/Elections or huntsvilletx.gov/Elecciones.…

  • City Not Issuing Water Sampling Notices

    The City of Huntsville says that local residents may have received a notice on their door about samples for water testing services. This is from a private company. Residents should be aware that this promotion…

  • City Splash Pad Closed

    The City of Huntsville reports that the City Splash Pad is currently closed for unanticipated repairs following damage earlier this month. The City is not able to predict a date for re-opening at this time…

  • Veterans Resource Fair

    The Huntsville Veteran Resource fair is scheduled for tomorrow. It will be held at the HEARTS Veterans Museum at 463 State Highway 75 in Huntsville from 10 AM to 3 PM. You’re invited to bring…

  • City of Huntsville’s 4th of July Celebration Coming

    Mark your calendars. You can join the City of Huntsville and celebrate July 4th. The celebration is from 4 to 8 p.m. at Kate Barr Ross Park at 486 State Hwy 75 North in Huntsville. …

  • New Student Orientation

    On June 22-23, The New Student Orientation Program will host its first organized, purposeful, and positive introduction session of the summer for all new SHSU students and their families. These sessions help them become familiar…