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Trial set in shootings case
A local man is facing trial this week on multiple charges in connection with two shootings in Greenville last summer.
Blacklands Corridor meeting scheduled next month
Another public meeting has been scheduled to update plans addressing future transportation issues along the Blacklands Corridor between Greenville and the Dallas area.
Safely disposing of unwanted medications
The Greenville Police Department, GEUS and American Medical Response are teaming up to offer local residents a chance to safely dispose of their unused and/or outdated prescription medications.
Police to increase patrols after two incidents
Two incidents last week in Commerce should have residents on alert when walking through poorly-lit areas, according to Commerce Police Chief Kerry Crews.
Porter-Brathwaite to serve as new human resources director
City Manager Massoud Ebrahim has announced the hiring of Jaynice Porter- Brathwaite as the new Human Resources Director for the city. The appointment follows the retirement this winter of Barry Robinson after 33 years of service.
Keeping it 'green' in Greenville
Later this week, local school children will bring home a tree seedling, with plans to find a place for it in the back yard.
Registration deadline looms for May runoffs
Voters have only one more week to register if they want to have a say in the May 27 Democratic or Republican party runoff elections.
Grand jury scheduled to meet
The current edition of the Hunt County grand jury is scheduled to meet again this week.
What to do about water
It flows from our taps whenever we turn a knob, but there is not as much to go around these days.
Giving a Head Start
For students who grow up in a low-income household, the start of their education career can be difficult.
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