Articles Posted in the News Category

  • Free Tax Preparation Is Back

    Free tax prep will be available again this year from the AARP Tax-Aide Program. Spokesperson Dick Morton tells us that this year they’ll be operating out of the University Heights Baptist Church at 2400 Sycamore…

  • Representative Otto’s Legislative Update

    Representative John Otto in his legislative update from Austin informs us that the Texas Veterans Commission held a screening of American Sniper for members and invited Taya Kyle to speak before the movie. Ms. Kyle,…

  • Citizenship Course Scheduled

    The SHSU Law, Engagement and Politics Center and Huntsville Public Library are offering a Citizenship Preparation Course. The course is scheduled for Thursdays, April 2nd through April 30th, 6 to 8:30 PM, in the Library…

  • Zumba Classes Are Back

    If your New Year’s resolutions included improving your health or just having more fun, you may want to join Zumba. Recreation Assistant for the City of Huntsville Recreation Service, Natalie Reid, tells us more .…

  • SHSU Career Services Career Fair Tomorrow

    Sam Houston State University’s Career Services will give students and alumni who are interested in entering the fields of agricultural sciences, engineering technology, biological sciences, computer science geology and geography, and mathematics–statistics and physics the…

  • 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 at 5 PM, they will have a work session to hear and discuss proposed…

  • SHSU Mass Notification Test Today

    Sam Houston State University Officials will be implementing a special notification test today. University Police Chief Kevin Morris explains . . . .

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police News, on the day shift Friday an unknown vehicle struck another and fled the scene in the 5000 block of Sam Houston Avenue. On the night Shift Friday, an unknown suspect struck…

  • Texas.Gov Website For Government Tasks Online

    With the new year upon us, Texas.gov is a great way to meet your resolution of being more organized. In just a few simple clicks, you can take care of many government tasks online. While…

  • SHSU Presentation On Terrorism Coming Up

    SHSU’s Criminal Justice Publications Coordinator Beth Kuhles informs us that a special presentation on terrorism is scheduled for this week at the University . . . .   Again, that’s this Friday.