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For anyone needing more holiday spirit, in addition to all of the Christmas parades scheduled next week, there are also several benefit events and toy drives set in locations across Hunt County.

The official start of the holiday season in Greenville is scheduled next Friday, Dec. 3, with the return of the Christmas Parade of Lights.

LONE OAK — There will be a wide variety of camping and recreational vehicles on display along the shores of Lake Tawakoni next weekend, as the 17th annual Turkey Drag takes place at Wind Point Park, 6553 State Park Road.

One of Greenville’s most popular holiday traditions is set return this year to offer a leisurely tour through what is traditionally one of the city’s most elaborately decorated neighborhoods.

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BRUNSWICK, Ga.— After more than 11 hours of deliberation, jurors — 11 white and one Black —delivered guilty murder verdicts Wednesday on three white men accused of killing a Black man jogging in the street of their Brunswick, Georgia neighborhood.

AUSTIN – Governor Greg Abbott today officially filed for re-election in Austin. Joined by Texas First Lady Cecilia Abbott and their daughter Audrey, the Governor thanked supporters in a video and urged Texans across the state to rally together from now through Election Day to secure conserva…

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