Articles Tagged “information”

  • Hot Fund Partnership Grant Available Online

    The City of Huntsville says they are proud to offer and enter into partnerships with prospective applicants to provide our community with rich and exciting cultural events. The 2017-18 Hotel Occupancy Tax (HOT) Partnership Grant application…

  • 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…

  • Police News

    Police News

    In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift Wednesday an unknown suspect was reported to have stolen money in the 1300 block of Sam Houston Avenue. At the intersection of Pine Street and Boettcher, a…

  • Prime Minister Netanyahu Responds to Kerry Speech

    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu responded to Secretary John Kerry’s speech on the U-S’s abstaining from a vote in the U-N on Israel, on Wednesday. . . .   Prime Minister Netanyahu said,, “We have…

  • Police News

    Police News

    Looking over the past several days in Huntsville Police news, on the day shift last Friday a theft was investigated in the 100 block of Essex Boulevard. On the night shift Friday, a vehicle burglary…

  • Basic Computer Skills Classes at Library Coming Up

    The Huntsville Public Library is offering free Basic Computer Skills classes. Classes will be held on Tuesdays or Fridays from 10 to 11 a.m. or on Tuesdays or Thursdays from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. starting…

  • 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…

  • Hourly Parking Rate Reduced

    The City Council has approved a reduction of the hourly rate on the MobileNOW! paid parking system along Bobby K. Marks Drive and Bearkat Boulevard. The new hourly fee was reduced from $1.25  to $1.00 per hour…

  • Senator Schwertner Files Hospital Bill

    Monday, Senator Charles Schwertner (R-Georgetown) filed Senate Bill 267, legislation that would give the state more options to protect community hospitals from closure as a result of fraud or mismanagement by a corrupt hospital administrator.…

  • Downtown Christmas Fair Rescheduled

    The City of Huntsville has rescheduled Huntsville’s Downtown Christmas Fair. Due to inclement weather, the Downtown Christmas Fair has been rescheduled to December 10th, from 11:30 am to 5:00 pm. There will be snow, train…