Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • New Waverly Library Spring Fling Tomorrow

    New Waverly Public Library Children’s Librarian Chanel Maybin tells us that their Children and Teen’s Program will be having their 3rd Annual Spring Fling tomorrow from 10 AM to 2 PM at the Library .…

  • Emergency Services District #2 Special Election Scheduled

    The Board of Commissioners of Walker County Emergency Service District #2 has called a special election on May 9th, 2015 to allow voters to decide on imposing a 1.5 cent sales tax in unincorporated areas…

  • Pitch, Hit & Run Scheduled For Saturday

    The City of Huntsville Recreation Services participates in the Major League Baseball’s local Pitch, Hit and Run competition.  Boys and girls, ages 7 to 14, will have the opportunity to showcase their baseball or softball…

  • The Council Looked At The 2015-16 Budget This Week

    At this week’s regular session of the Huntsville City Council, Finance Director Steve Ritter previewed the budget for the fiscal year 2015-16. One of the areas of the budget he passed along was a look…

  • SHSU College Of Criminal Justice Kicks Off 50th Anniversary Celebration Today

    This year, the College of Criminal Justice at Sam Houston State University celebrates 50 years of service. Slated for today is a Leadership Luncheon at 11 AM that acknowledges the contribution of their criminal justice…

  • HEARTS Museum “Casino Night” Saturday

    HEARTS Veterans :Museum President Richie Harris tells us that they are having their 3rd Annual Roaring Twenties & Jazz Age Community Casino Night this Saturday, April 25th . . . .   Richie says you…

  • “Neon For Neurons” Slated For May

    The Huntsville Memorial Hospital will help bring awareness to stroke prevention when they host “Neon for Neurons’ Color Fun Run,” Friday, May 22nd.  May is National Stroke Awareness month. Director for the Center For Rehabilitation,…

  • Council Meets For Transportation Alternatives Workshop Tonight

    The Huntsville City Council will meet this afternoon at five for a workshop to consider authorizing the City Manager to apply for a Transportation Alternatives Program grant, designate projects to be included in the application,…

  • City Council Discusses Town Creek Drainage Issues

    At last night’s session of the Huntsville City Council, there was a “first reading” regarding the consideration of amending a Klotz and Associates Phase 1 contract for the Town Creek Drainage Project to include an…

  • Student Course On Credit Tonight

    SHSU Student Money Management Director Patsy Collins tells us that the Center is working with Student Legal & Mediation Services to present a Credit Crash Course this evening from 6 to 7 in the Lowman…