Articles Tagged “Facebook”

  • Trinity Police Tweet Goes Viral

    A photo, originally sent out as a tweet by the Trinity Texas Police Department, has gone viral on the internet. The photo shows Trinity Police Chief Steven Jones and Officer Donald Givens, a white and…

  • FEMA Says Walker County May Now Apply for Disaster Aid Funds

    According to a press release from FEMA Wednesday, the agency has extended federal disaster aid to include 51 additional Texas counties. This amendment provides for supplemental funding for infrastructure repairs in the wake of May’s…

  • City Issues Press Release On Sonic Drive-in Issue

    On Tuesday, June 2, the City of Huntsville Health Division received a complaint via the City’s online Report It! system, concerning a Facebook post about a banana shake containing parasites, purchased from the Sonic on…

  • City Accepting Photo Submissions

    The City of Huntsville reminds everyone that it’s now time to think about their 2015-2016 calendar, and they’d like you to help with it. Submit photos taken in City parks, at City events, or of…

  • Storms Leave Behind Damage In Walker County

    Flooding and high winds left damage in their wake as they swept through Walker County Monday morning. The huge overhead metal canopy over the pumps at the Bearkat Junction gas station on Sam Houston Avenue…

  • Huntsville Beautification Golf Tournament Scheduled

    It’s time to start getting up teams for the Huntsville Beautification Golf Tournament coming up. Spokesperson Penny Joiner has the information . . . .   Ms. Joiner also says to follow them on Facebook.com\cohrecservices

  • 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 .…

  • Hatchet Attack On New York City Officers

    Mid-day Thursday in the Queens borough of New York City a man attacked NYPD officers with a hatchet. In response, officers killed the attacker who has been identified as 32-year-old Zale Thompson. The man had…

  • Verd’ika Corps For Kids At Library Today

    On September 8th at 4:00 PM, the Huntsville Public Library welcomes the return of the Star Wars Costume Club: The Mandalorian Mercs, who will host a new kind of space adventure for children aged 4-18…

  • EMC Butch Davis Comments on Facebook Success

    Walker County Emergency Management Coordinator Butch Davis reported to Commissioners at their meeting Monday that in regard to their Facebook page they “have the most ‘likes’ of any Emergency Management Facebook in the HGAC region.”…