Articles Tagged “Monday”

  • DPS Increases Patrols for Memorial Day Weekend

    The Texas Department of Public Safety will significantly increase trooper patrols this Memorial Day weekend to help keep Texas roadways safe. During the increased patrols today through Monday, May 27th, troopers will be looking for…

  • AFSCME President Lance Lowery on Recent Raise

    President of the local AFSCME Union for correctional officers Lance Lowery said Monday that, in view of the most recent pay raise, the Texas legislature is treating correctional officers as the “ugly stepchild of the…

  • Public Works Director Reed Explains Lake Camelia Pipeline Issues to Councilmembers

    At Tuesday’s session of the Huntsville City Council, Public Works Director Carol Reed said, “Monday afternoon the influent flow, the raw water flow into the N.B. Davidson plant” on Elkin’s Lake south side “began increasing…

  • Save on Taxes and Energy During Memorial Day Weekend

    The opportunity for Texans to save money on energy efficient appliances is fast approaching. The state’s annual Energy Star Sales Tax Holiday is from Saturday, May 25th, through Monday, May 27th. Texas Comptroller Susan Combs…

  • Early Voting Continues

    Early voting is underway in the HISD Bond election. The Walker County Annex at 1301 Sam Houston Avenue is open for early voting today and tomorrow, Monday through Tuesday, from 8 AM to 5 PM.…

  • Courthouse Plaza Project Moving Forward

    Walker County Commissioners approved actions Monday related to the Courthouse Plaza Project. Planning & Development Director Andy Isbell told us the “court applied for and received a grant from the Houston Galveston Area Council. The…

  • Early Voting Begins on HISD Bond Issue

    Today, early voting starts in the HISD Bond election. The Walker County Annex at 1301 Sam Houston Avenue is open for early voting today through May 7th, Monday through Tuesday–weekdays only–from 8 AM to 5…

  • Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift Saturday a known suspect assaulted his brother with a rock in the 600 block of 9th Street. A vehicle was burglarized in the 800 block of Avenue…

  • West Update

    Three out of four West, Texas schools were rendered unusable in Wednesday’s fertilizer plant explosion there. Monday, however, about 800 students went back to the classroom through the help of school districts in the area.…

  • Boston Marathon Bomber Charged

    The 19-year-old suspect in the Boston Marathon bombing, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev,  was charged Monday while in his hospital room with using a weapon of mass destruction to kill. He could possibly receive the death penalty. In…