Articles Tagged “Huntsville”

  • Jalen Overstreet Indicted

    The Huntsville Item reports that SHSU Bearkat running back Jalen Overstreet, who was in 14 games last season, has been indicted by a Walker County grand jury on the state jail felony charge of credit…

  • Preventing Vehicle Theft

    With the thousands of vehicles parked on the streets of Huntsville at any given moment, many vehicles fall prey to burglars. There are ways to help prevent vehicle burglaries. HPD Lt. Jim Barnes recently gave…

  • Cinco de Mayo Saturday

    LULAC of Huntsville representative John Escobedo tells us that the organization and the Walker County Unidos would like to invite the community to come out and celebrate their fifth annual Cinco de Mayo Festival this…

  • Special Election Coming Up

    The City of Huntsville will hold a special election on Saturday, May 7th to elect a Councilmember-At-Large for Position #1. Early voting will be conducted at the Walker County Annex at 1301 Sam Houston Avenue,…

  • Second Annual Susan Canfield Softball Tournament Coming Up

    On Saturday, April 23rd, 2016, at 9:00 am, at the Josey Softball Field off of Sam Houston Ave. in Huntsville, TX, the Wynne Unit will be hosting the 2nd Annual Susan Canfield Softball Tournament. All…

  • “Autism Speaks–Light It Up Blue” Event Tonight

    The Holiday Inn Express in Huntsville is hosting its annual “Autism Speaks–Light It Up Blue” event tonight from six to eight. They would like to invite the community to come participate in autism awareness. They…

  • Two House Fires in ESD #2 over Weekend

    Firefighters from New Waverly responded to two house fires Saturday in Walker County Emergency Services District #2. The first fire broke out Saturday morning on the front porch of a home on Dorrell Rd in…

  • Parade Tonight

    Don’t forget the Walker County Fair & Rodeo parade is scheduled for tonight in Huntsville beginning at seven.

  • Professor Mike Yawn on Upcoming Glen Frankel Presentation

    SHSU’s Center for Law, Engagement and Politics is bringing in a well-known author and journalist to Huntsville tomorrow. Political Science professor Mike Yawn tells us all about it . . . .

  • “Pitch, Hit and Run” Tomorrow in Huntsville

    You and your kids are invited to join the City of Huntsville Parks & Recreation Department on Saturday, March 26th, for the Scotts Major League Baseball “Pitch, Hit & Run Competition” at Kate Barr Ross…