Articles Tagged “Christmas”

  • Equipment Stolen From Precinct #1 Barn

    The Huntsville Item reports that over the Christmas holidays equipment was stolen from the Precinct #1 Barn in the 300 block of Highway 75 North. On Christmas Eve when Precinct #1 Commissioner Danny Kuykendall went…

  • Local Church Gives Presents to City Employees

    A wonderful moment, fitting for Christmas, occurred at this week’s city council session. Just recently, as Mayor Andy Brauninger was visiting the Progressive Bible Church in Huntsville at the invitation of Reverend Jesse Chester and…

  • German Attack Update

    Police in Germany think that the driver who crashed a truck into a crowded Christmas market Monday in Berlin killing at least 12 and injuring nearly 50 others did so on purpose. It is being…

  • Head Start Program Needs Donations for Kids

    Fifty families in our area have been identified by Huntsville’s Head Start program in need of assistance for Christmas for their children. Donations should be taken to the Head Start headquarters by tomorrow. The facility…

  • Rita B Huff Donation Christmas Tree At Home Depot

    The Rita B Huff Humane Society is in need of your financial help in support of its no-kill humane shelter. We talked recently with Rita B Huff executive director Deborah Turner, and she told us…

  • Letters to Santa at Library

    As we head into the Christmas season, Jolly Ol’ St. Nick is ready for those kids cards and letters. Huntsville Public Library Children’s Coordinator Rachel McPhail tells us more . . . .

  • Holiday Trash and Recycling Collection Info

    With the holidays comes a reduction in trash and recycling collections in the city. The City of Huntsville Solid Waste Transfer Station and Recycling Drop-Off Center has set their schedules for the holidays with the…

  • Huntsville Lions Club Taking Float Entries

    The Huntsville Lions Club is taking float entries for this year’s Christmas parade, which will be held Saturday, December 3 at 6:30pm. This year’s theme is “Joy to the World.” Entry fee is $30 with…

  • YMCA Holiday Camps

    The holidays are right around the corner and for many parents that means finding activities for the kids. The Huntsville YMCA will be hosting their annual Thanksgiving and Christmas camps with lots of fun-filled activities.…

  • City Employees Share the Christmas Spirit

    The City of Huntsville Publication, “This Week in Huntsville,” reports that: “City employees raised $8,400 to donate to charity at this year’s bowling tournament. SAAFE House, the Senior Center of Walker County, the COME Center…