Articles Posted in the News Category

  • City Council Meets Tonight

    The Huntsville City Council meets for a regular session this evening at six at City Hall. On tonight’s “Statutory Agenda” councilmembers will discuss possibly taking action on a contract for construction of the Sam Houston…

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift last Friday a vehicle was reported stolen in the 3000 block of Sam Houston Avenue. On the night shift Friday, Jordan Freeman was arrested at Avenue G…

  • Federal Government to Fund Texas Border Security Operation

    Governor Greg Abbott has announced that Texas will receive funding from the federal government in support of Operation Secure Texas. With the announcement, Texas National Guardsmen and women currently serving in support of Operation Secure…

  • Correctional Officer Found Dead of Apparent Self-inflicted Gunshot Wound

    According to a story on KTRK TV, early Sunday morning a correctional officer was found dead of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound at the Ferguson Unit in Midway, Texas. The name of the officer has…

  • Huntsville Pilot Killed in Small-Aircraft Accident

    Bobby Walls, a retired Southwest Airlines pilot and resident of Huntsville, was killed in an East Texas plane crash Thursday morning around 8 a.m.. Walls and an East Texas man from Brownsboro died in the…

  • HMH Board Chairman Mac Woodward Comments on Hospital’s Future

    Speculation over the future of Huntsville Memorial Hospital has many wondering whether the closure of the local hospital could become a reality. According to hospital officials, the answer is a definite “NO.” Mac Woodward, HMH…

  • HISD Re-registration

    Parents of returning students to Huntsville ISD will use the Home Access Center parent portal for student re-registration. According to the district, this process has been simplified and shortened and shouldn’t take very long to…

  • City Of Huntsville Seeking Help In Water Samplings

    The City of Huntsville is seeking help from residents to complete water quality sampling as required by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ). This program requires water…

  • Entergy’s Power To Care Program Kicked Off

    Air conditioners are wonderful, but electric fans can be a great, inexpensive way to stay cooler on these long summer days. ntergy Texas is sponsoring their 17th Annual Beat the Heat Fan Program. The program…

  • Liquor By The Drink Petition In New Waverly

    A group of local residents and business owners in the New Waverly area are collecting petition signatures aimed at putting an initiative allowing “liquor by the drink” on the ballot this fall for Walker County…