Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • Long-Range Planning Ad Hoc Committee Meeting Friday

    The Huntsville City Council’s Long-Range Planning Ad Hoc Committee will meet this Friday beginning at 8:30 in the morning in the City Hall Large Conference Room. Committee Chair Don Johnson filled us in recently on…

  • Wynne Home Nutcracker Performance Ahead

    Cultural Services Coordinator Linda Pease informs us a brand new event is coming to Huntsville this month with six performances daily, on December 10th, 11th and 12th . . . .

  • More Classified Clinton Emails Found

    The latest release of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s emails by the State Department brings the total number of her emails that contain classified material to about 1,000. The latest 328 emails added bring…

  • Stolen Vehicle, Trailer And Equipment Sought

    According to last Sunday’s Huntsville Police day shift report, unknown suspects stole a truck, trailer and equipment in the 200 block of Highway 75 North. A report in the Item further clarifies the stolen items…

  • Tree-Lighting Ceremony Tonight At SHSU

    A big event is scheduled on campus at Sam Houston State University tonight. Associate director of student activities Brandon Cooper tells us all about it . . . .

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift last Friday police investigated five vehicle burglaries–in the 1200 block of Josey Street, the 5000 block of Sam Houston Avenue, the 2200 block of Bobby K Marks,…

  • Houston Family Christmas Coming Up

    The famous Houston Family Christmas will be back again this year at the Sam Houston Memorial Museum. Marketing Coordinator Megan Buro updates us . . . .      

  • Behavior Intervention Workshop Ahead

    If you’ve got some kids that need some fine-tuning on their behavior, Regional Coordinator for the PATH Project, Gail Wright, tells us that there’s going to be a positive behavior intervention workshop, December 10th from…

  • Congressman Brady On Immigration

    Congressman Kevin Brady says, “The timing can be very important when it comes to getting a case before the U-S Supreme Court.” He says, “The White House and Texas are sparring in court over the…

  • Local Aids Day Service

    Locally, Scott Atnip informs us that Tonight at 7 Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church, 700 Highway 30 East, will host their annual World AIDS Day Service of Prayer and Remembrance. There are an estimated 34…