Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • B.B. King Has Died

    Eighty-nine-year-old incredibly talented blues singer, guitarist and songwriter, B. B. King, died yesterday in Las Vegas. King, who racked-up 15 Grammys in his long career, suffered from diabetes and declining health issues. The blues great…

  • Update On Recycling From Superintendent Herklotz

    The City of Huntsville Solid Waste and Recycling Division is working hard to ensure that residents who wish to recycle using the single-stream curbside recycling program do so responsibly. Solid Waste Superintendent Esther Herklotz tells…

  • Farmers Market At West Hill Mall To Return

    President of the Walker County Farmer’s Market located in the West Hill Mall, Scooter Langley, fills us in on what’s ahead for their market . . . .

  • Speaker Boehner Reacts To Amtrak Funding Question

    At the House Speaker Briefing in Washington Thursday, Speaker John Boehner reacted immediately and strongly to a question by a reporter regarding an argument stirred up by Democrats in regard to how the train tragedy…

  • Train In Crash Near Philadelphia Was Traveling At 106 MPH

    Wednesday, NTSB board member Robert Sumwalt informed reporters that the train that crashed outside Philadelphia this week was traveling at 106 miles-per-hour at the time of the accident. The train was traveling at that high…

  • YMCA Summer Camp Registering

    If you’re looking for a great place for your kids to hang out this summer. The YMCA may just have the answer. The organization’s Executive Director, Sandra Clifton, has more information . . . .

  • Neon For Neurons This Month

    A fun event for everyone, Neon for Neurons, is scheduled for this month. Huntsville Memorial Hospital Stroke Neurologist, Dr. Nhu Bruce, updates us . . . .

  • Lineage Society Workshop Coming Up

    A lineage society is a way to take pride in an ancestor’s accomplishments, it’s also a great way to test your research skills and learn more about certain lines in your family history. The Mary…

  • Campground Hosts Needed At Stubblefield Recreation Area

    The Sam Houston National Forest is looking for volunteers to serve as campground hosts at Stubblefield Recreational Area. In exchange for a camp site for their RV or trailer, hosts would be required to work…

  • TxDOT Meeting On Rural Transportation Improvement Program Scheduled

    The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) will conduct a public meeting on Thursday, May 21st from 3pm to 5pm at the TxDOT Bryan District Office located at 2591 North Earl Rudder Freeway in Bryan to…