Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • City Council Meets Tonight

    The Huntsville City Council will meet for a regular session this evening at six at City Hall. Previous to the meeting, there will be two workshops. One workshop, beginning at 5 PM, will be a…

  • Alumni & Friends Club Scholarship Fundraiser

    The Walker County Area Alumni & Friends Club is holding their Scholarship Fundraiser and Gala on Monday, January 26th, at Elkins Lake Clubhouse from 6 to 9 PM. Club President for 2015, Linda Rushing, tells…

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the night shift last Friday officers were dispatched to the 1800 block of Avenue P in an Animal Abuse case where known suspects failed to care for two dogs. On…

  • White House Press Secretary Comments On Pipeline Chances For Veto

    Congress is getting together today following their recess for the holidays, and it doesn’t exactly look like there’s a green light waiting for the Keystone Pipeline legislation at the White House that legislators will be…

  • Councilmember Johnson Comments On Infrastructure Improvements

    We talked with Councilmember Don Johnson about various aspects of City activity on our “Around Town” program over the weekend. He filled us in on some future infrastructure improvements to our area . . .…

  • Mayor Mac Woodward On New Year

    The new year is upon us. City of Huntsville Mayor Mac Woodward has a positive outlook . . . .  

  • Boaters Rescued By NWVFD And Walker County EMS

    Over the weekend, New Waverly Firefighter Jimmy Williams reported to us that early Friday morning New Waverly Firefighters and Walker County EMS were dispatched following reports that a boat had sunk on the North end…

  • Councilmember Johnson Talks About Sales Tax Benefit To Economy

    Our guest on “Around Town” this weekend was Position #3 City Councilmember Don Johnson. One of the several areas Councilmember Johnson focuses on is economic development of the City. An emphasis on bringing retail and…

  • Alternative Spring Break For SHSU Students

    At Sam Houston State University, students have the opportunity to help out the surrounding communities through many of the student organizations and programs offered on campus. However, for students who wish to go the extra…

  • Christmas Tree Disposal

    The City of Huntsville’s Streets Department will pick up Christmas trees–not artificial ones–at the street’s edge from Monday, January 5, through Friday, January 9, only. All trees must be on the curb by Monday, January…