Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • City’s Development Code

    At the last Huntsville City Council session, council members focused on “Decision Packages” in regard to the City’s Development Code. They took a look at recommendations from the Planning and Zoning Commission on several areas…

  • 21 Million Social Security Numbers Accessed

    Thursday, the Obama administration admitted that the breach of the database of the Office of Personnel Management was worse than reported. Hackers acquired Social Security numbers, health information and sensitive information on over 21 million…

  • Director Of Economic Development Kulhavy Comments On Future Development

    We talked recently with City of Huntsville Director of Community and Economic Development, Aron Kulhavy, about the City’s future economic development . . . .   Mr. Kulhavy said they do have a couple of…

  • Wynne Home Activities Ahead

    There are some activities going on at the Wynne Home in Huntsville this Saturday and Monday. Wynne Home intern Jasmine Moss tells us all about . . . .

  • Rita B Huff Garage Sale This Weekend

    Rita B. Huff Animal Shelter executive director Marjolein Lemmon tells us their garage sale is on for this weekend . . . .

  • Chamber Accepting Vendor Applications For “Fair On Square”

    If you’re a vendor, you can register now for the upcoming Fair on the Square. Events & communications manager Laura Green updates us . . . .

  • HPD Lt. Jim Barnes Comments On “Bicycle Team”

    The Huntsville Police Department covers the city on foot, on motorcycles and in squad cars, but another very effective way of patrolling is on bicycle. We recently asked HPD Lt. Jim Barnes about the benefits…

  • Trinity County Now Designated For Individual Assistance

    According to the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the federal disaster declaration for Texas has been expanded to provide Individual Assistance to six additional counties as a result of the severe storms, tornadoes, straight-line winds and…

  • C.O.M.E Center Preparing To Move To New Building

    The C.O.M.E. Center is planning on moving into a new building. C-O-M-E stands for Community Organization for Missionary Endeavor. We talked with the Center’s director, Georgia Elmer, and asked her about what services they offer…

  • International Property Code Ordinance Amended By Council

    At this week’s session of the Huntsville City Council, councilmembers considered amendments to the International Property Maintenance Code. Director of Community and Economic Development, Aron Kulhavy, said, “The intent of this ordinance is to give…