Articles Tagged “October”

  • Avenue M Closed Between 11th and 10th Saturday

    Here’s a heads-up for local drivers. Huntsville residents should be aware that Avenue M will be closed between 11th Street and 10th Street on Saturday, October 29th, for roof replacement at First National Bank.

  • Events To Work Toward Stopping Domestic Violence

    To raise awareness about violence against women, the Crime Victim Services Alliance and the Crime Victims’ Institute will host two events in October, The Clothesline Project and a documentary and discussion on domestic violence. First,…

  • Early Voting Underway

    EARLY VOTING: October 24th – November 4th 1) Main Early Voting Site: Walker County Annex 1301 Sam Houston Ave, Suite 101 Dates: Oct. 24th – Nov. 4th, Monday thru Friday Times: 8:00 am – 5:00…

  • Last Night’s Debate

    In Las Vegas, the accusations flew back and forth in last night’s third and final debate between presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Clinton called Trump “dangerous. He said she was “nasty.” Moderator Chris…

  • Prescribed Burn Montgomery County

    Prescribed Burn Notification U.S. Forest Service – Sam Houston National Forest DATE: Monday, October 17, 2016 START TIME: 12:00 PM COUNTY: Montgomery LOCATION: WELCH RD @ TALIFERRO RD COMPARTMENT #: 4 SIZE: 40 acres CONTACT:…

  • S.T.E.A.M. Event at Library Today

    The Huntsville Public Library reminds everyone that S.T.E.A.M. Friday has something for everyone: STEAM is Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math. Children 17 and under are invited to enjoy this once a month program. From…

  • Election Info

    Walker County Elections Manager Julie Cooper says it is important for voters to be aware of the upcoming voter registration deadline on October 11th to be eligible to vote in the General Election. Also, if…

  • State of the City Address Ahead

    Join the City on October 11th for the annual State of the City address.  Meet with City staff, hear updates on City projects from your City Manager and learn more about the upcoming Bond election.…

  • 4-H Members Recognized by Commissioners Court

    Coming up October 2nd through the 8th, it will be National 4-H Week and, to celebrate, local members of 4-H read a special proclamation about the 4-H organization during Monday morning’s regular session of Commissioners’…

  • Last Night’s Presidential Debate

    The deadly verbal zingers flew and often hit their mark on both sides at last night’s presidential debate at Hofstra University. It was a lively night of sparring over emails, tax returns, temperament and trade.…