Articles Tagged “PM”

  • Jamie Matthews Updates Weekend Christmas Events

    There are a lot of events happening in Huntsville this weekend. Recently, Visitor’s Services Manager Jamie Matthews filled councilmembers in on some upcoming events starting with this evening . . . . MATTHEWS12-5-13 The parade…

  • Wynne Home Christmas Activities

    The Wynne Home is involved in several actitives in Huntsville this weekend. Today there is a reception for all the people who entered the “Gingerbread House Contest” and that’ll be on display. People will be…

  • Martin Execution Held Last Night

    Over 200 TDCJ correctional officers gathered outside the Walls Unit last night as 43-year-old Jerry Martin was executed by lethal injection for the 2007 murder of officer Susan Canfield during an escape. A large photo…

  • SHSU Tree Lighting Ceremony Tomorrow

    Sam Houston State University will light up Bearkat Plaza, kicking off the holiday season with the 93rd Annual Tree of Light Ceremony tomorrow. Students, faculty and staff can celebrate the spirit of the season with…

  • Council Candidate Requests Recount

    Kendall Scudder, candidate for the Ward #2 City Council seat in the most recent election, has filed for a recount. Scudder’s petition is for a recount by hand. He is concerned over possible voter mix-ups…

  • TxDOT Seeking Public Input on Transportation Future

    In an effort to address long-term statewide transportation needs, the Texas Department of Transportation will host the first in a series of meetings to gather public input to help shape the Texas Transportation Plan 2040.…

  • TxDOT Seeks Public Input

    TxDOT Seeks Public Input

    In an effort to address long-term statewide transportation needs, the Texas Department of Transportation will host the first in a series of meetings to gather public input to help shape the Texas Transportation Plan 2040.…

  • City Requests Sealed Bids for Water Tank Repair

    Sealed bids for the rehabilitation of two half-million gallon water tanks are being accepted by the City of Huntsville. The tanks under consideration include the elevated one on Palm Street and the ground tank in…

  • SHSU Annual Tree Light Ceremony Scheduled

    Students, faculty, staff, and community members will celebrate the spirit of the holiday season during the 93rd Annual Tree of Light Ceremony on Tuesday, December 3rd, from 6 to 7 PM in Bearkat Plaza.  SHSU…

  • City Candidate Forum Tonight

    SHSU’s Student Government Association will have a candidate forum at six this evening in Room 140 of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences Building at 1901 Avenue I. Four council ward seats are on…