The SPCA of Texas is reporting the seizure Monday of four dogs near Greenville.
As of Monday evening’s unofficial results, Greenville High School’s Iron Lions solar car team is poised to make first place in one division and third or fourth in another at this week’s Solar Car Challenge at Texas Motor Speedway.
In addition to another review of its prospective 2019-20 budget, the Greenville Independent School District Board of Trustees also plans to consider actions at its meeting tonight that include:
Merchants and restaurants in Historic Downtown Greenville are staying open a little later for Third Thursday, while shoppers will get a chance to enjoy the sesquicentennial of the Herald-Banner and enjoy a new art display.
“I still have trouble calling myself an artist, but I’ve never been scared of failure,” Damon Rogers said of the first songwriter’s retreat he reluctantly took part in in Fredericksburg, Texas two years ago. “I thought, ‘those are real writers and I’m just a pretend writer,’ but I’ve always …
CAMPBELL — The Campbell Volunteer Fire Department will be celebrating 50 years of service, and it wants the community to join in the fun.
An infant child with local connections will be in a hospital in Houston again in the coming week, after already having gone through a lot during his first four months of life.
Makerspace Greenville, a non-profit community workshop and creative laboratory where people can – for a small monthly fee – use high tech machines like 3D printers and laser cutters for their projects, is in the process of expanding at its location into the former Habitat for Humanity Restor…
At the end of Tuesday’s Greenville City Council meeting, Councilman Al Atkins requested placing a discussion to consider freezing the property tax amount for residents aged 65 or older on the agenda for the council’s next meeting.
“Please, be our guest...” Who can refuse an invitation from a singing candelabra, a teapot, a mantle clock, a wardrobe and a feather duster?
COMMERCE — The Northeast Texas Children’s Museum is wrapping up its time in its current building, and is closing out this current chapter with special events before moving to new digs in the fall.
This Week's Circulars
Jack Leslie Paris, Jr. of Greenville, passed away July 16, 2019. A funeral mass is Friday, 10 a.m. at Coker-Mathews Funeral Home. A rosary will be Thursday, 6 p.m. at the funeral home with visitation after.
Eulalia Doris Torris, 90, of Greenville, passed away July 13, 2019 in Plano. Funeral services will be 10 a.m., Wednesday, July 17 at Coker-Mathews Funeral Home Chapel. Burial is in Bethel Cemetery. Visitation will be 9-10 a.m.
Paul Thaxton of Royse City, Texas passed away July 12, 2019. Arrangements are currently pending with Lynch Funeral Home in Caddo Mills, Texas.
J. Frank Willingham, Jr. of Farmersville, Texas passed away on July 11, 2019. Arrangements are pending with Lynch Funeral Service in Greenville, Texas.
- Fire destroys downtown Greenville business
- Guilty plea given in family violence assualt case
- Construction to begin soon on Royse City beer garden
- Guilty plea made in 2017 fatal accident
- Four dogs seized near Greenville
- Six people hurt in crash on Wesley Street
- Guilty plea given in 2016 fatal accident
- Makerspace Greenville expands to offer affordable access to creative technology
- Cause of downtown fire Saturday still under investigation
- A&M-Commerce announces parking fee increase