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HISD Board of Trustees discuss new technology plan, at-risk students
Huntsville Independent School District administrators on Thursday presented the Board of Trustees with a new technology plan designed to better engage students in the learning experience.
Councilman plans for resignation
At-large council member James Fitch confirmed Friday he plans to resign from his seat on the Huntsville City Council next week due to professional scheduling conflicts.
Tickets still available for Crawfest 2013
The most delicious fundraiser of the summer is almost here.
The SAAFE House annual Crawfest celebration will take place on Thursday at 6 p.m. at the Walker County Fairgrounds.
Charter Review Committee revisits conflict of interest
The Huntsville Charter Review Committee voted Tuesday to “express a level of concern” to City Council regarding conflict of interest standards in the City Charter.
Thieves target motorcycles over weekend
Law enforcement officials are investigating the work of what is believed to be a motorcycle theft ring that struck the Huntsville area over the weekend.
Three motorcycles were taken from three different apartment complexes and a fourth was damaged sometime during the night of June 7 and the early morning hours of June 8.