Articles Tagged “Huntsville”

  • SHSU Apartment Hunting 101 Program

    Students still looking for their “place” in Huntsville can learn the basics of area housing today with the Student Money Management Center’s “Apartment Hunting 101″ beginning at 3:30 p.m. in the Student Affairs Annex Room…

  • Six Indicted in Walker County for Murder Last September

    The Huntsville Item reports that five members of a gang are now under indictment for a September murder in Walker County in which the skeletal remains of the victim were found off Grivich Drive. The…

  • Congressman Brady Holds Roundtable on Obamacare Issues in Huntsville

    Congressman Kevin Brady held a roundtable on Obamacare issues in Huntsville yesterday. Several local citizens were on hand to express their views. Dr. Timothy Deahl talked about the issues that arose for patients dealing with…

  • Congressman Brady in Huntsville Today

    U.S. Congressman Kevin Brady will be participating in an Affordable Care Act Roundtable Discussion in Huntsville today. This discussion will begin at 1:45 pm in the Blalock Room of the First National Bank Building at…

  • MLK Day Celebration Today in Huntsville

    The public is invited to the Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration today. It will be held at the Martin Luther King Jr. Recreation Center at noon. The commemorative speaker will be Reverend Roland Craig…

  • Blood Drive Saturday

    Area residents are invited to help build back up the blood bank’s supply by donating blood Saturday. Blood donations will be taken from 9 AM to 4 PM at the Gibbs Pre-K Center at 1800…

  • Congressman Brady on Ending “Death Tax”

    When Congressman Brady was in Huntsville recently explaining the new blueprint for simplifying and reducing taxes, he brought good news in regard to efforts to do away with the dreaded “Death Tax . . .…

  • Congressman Brady Comments on “Border Adjustability”

    When Congressman Brady visited Huntsville recently he talked about a number of things congress was working on—one of them is called “border adjustability . . . .”   Mr. Brady said, “By doing that, for…

  • Falk Trial Moved

    The Huntsville Item reports that Senior District Judge Bill McAdams has come to the decision that the capital murder trial of John Ray Falk, Jr. will be decided by an Angelina County jury. Falk is…

  • City to Construct Animal Shelter

    At last night’s regular city council session, the council approved an emergency ordinance which would allow City Manager Matt Benoit to initiate the building of an animal shelter for Huntsville. A $650,000 fund has been…