High school students from the Huntsville Independent School District are designing and building little homes with a lot of heart.
With fallout continuing in Texas from winter storm Uri, local businesses are collecting donations to help people who’ve been without power, food or water for days.
The chair of the agency that oversees electric generation and delivery in Texas announced her resignation hours after Lt. Governor Dan Patrick said that she should step down.
AUSTIN — The Texas State University System Board of Regents today elected Charlie Amato of San Antonio as chairman of the board, Duke Austin as first vice chairman, and Garry Crain as second vice chairman. All three were elected unanimously during the board's virtual quarterly meeting.
Career Services at Sam Houston State University offers many ways for Bearkats to prepare for their future professions including career fairs, hiring services, resume creation and more. In adjusting to new office safety and COVID-19 protocols, Career Services began exploring unique opportunities for Bearkats to fulfill internships by introducing the concept of micro-internships.
The Armatus Reintegration Program is back on track to help struggling veterans and members of the community find their places in the world after nearly having to shutter the non-profit, due to a lack of funding.
Huntsville government leaders on Tuesday are expected to move forward with a near $3 million plan to provide additional recreation opportunities to area youth.
Maple season is flowing. The annual Tree Tapping Day was held on Saturday at Sechler Sugar Shack, 7758 Kingwood Road, in Confluence in Somerset County.
About 10 mannequins, many without heads, stand in a darkened storefront on the second floor of the Johnstown Galleria.
The University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown stands by its partnership with Outlier.org, a company that offers online college courses, despite concerns from faculty at the university’s main campus in Pittsburgh’s Oakland neighborhood over course materials ownership, a lack of faculty input and the college credit transfer process.
There is a nondescript, vacant, grass-covered lot at 108 Fairfield Ave. in Johnstown’s West End. But, to those who live and own businesses on the street, the empty property represents a positive development and a possible reason for optimism about the future.
What was subtracted from downtown Meyersdale might be the business district’s biggest addition from 2020.
Construction of an acid mine drainage treatment plant designed to clean up 25 miles of long-polluted Blacklick Creek could begin before the end of the year, a spokeswoman for the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection said.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Advocates on Wednesday said state health officials are struggling to distribute COVID-19 vaccines to Black residents around the state.
Jeremy Carroll and Wade Roberts, sergeants with the Huntsville Police Department, recently graduated from the Leadership Command College – Class 88 of the Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas.