Hundreds of children are expected to take on the task of catching fish this week, during the 23rd Annual David Dickson Memorial Fishing Friday.
Two local amateur radio groups plan to test out the skills and equipment they would need in the event of a disaster, while reaching out to their counterparts across the world.
A proposed effort to assist people who are struggling financially with their utility bills and the donation of labor to help build electrical infrastructure at the Navajo Nation Native American territory will be among the topics discussed at Thursday’s GEUS Board of Trustees meeting.
An Oklahoma man is in custody at the Hunt County Detention Center, charged with allegedly producing and/or promoting pornography involving a Royse City child.
Discussions over the Greenville Independent School District’s proposed 2019-20 budget and about local property values will be among the items on the agenda for tonight’s meeting of the district’s board of trustees.
Opening arguments and the start of testimony are scheduled this morning in the trial of a Royse City woman accused of fatally shooting her husband, a University Park fire captain, in 2016.
As the three-year anniversary of a double homicide near Commerce approaches, the accused killer’s murder trial has been scheduled for September.
COMMERCE — More than a dozen headstones at the Rosemound Cemetery in Commerce were vandalized with paint and graffiti some time in the last two weeks, the Herald-Banner learned Friday – and some of the graffiti included references to a violent street gang.
Following a torrent of support from fans in and outside Royse City, the Zac Romo Band showed up to Sweetwater Grill in Royse City for a fundraiser dedicated in their name.
As the Greenville city manager and city staff develop a draft of the 2019-20 city budget, they plan to consider two requests in regard to local property taxes, both of which have been made in recent months by multiple city council members and Greenville residents.
No one was hurt as a result of an emergency landing made by a light aircraft Wednesday afternoon, which Greenville city officials said was making training maneuvers earlier in the day at Majors Field, the City of Greenville Municipal Airport.
Please note that this story has been corrected since it originally ran in the Thursday, June 13 issue of the Herald-Banner. It has been clarified that the killing of vultures is always prohibited be federal law.
Updated June 13 at 3:25 p.m.: This story has been updated to include that Cynthia Ann Stephens bonded out the same day she was arrested, according to family members.
This Week's Circulars
Bobby Ray Sparks, 64, formerly of Caddo Mills, passed away May 29, 2019 in Monterey, California. He was a proud U.S. Army Veteran. The committal service is June 26, 1 p.m. at the Dallas/Fort Worth National Cemetery.
Michael Mack, 68, of Greenville passed away June 10, 2019. Services are Thursday, June 20, 1 p.m., Love & Integrity Funeral Cremation Services. Visitation is June 19, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Love & Integrity Funeral Cremation Services.
- Grave markers vandalized at Commerce's Rosemound Cemetery
- Greenville firefighter and wife find joy in large family with 13 kids
- Wife of murder suspect indicted for witness tampering
- Band thanks community for support at fundraiser
- Capital murder trial starting in 2016 shooting death
- Two arrested for drugs, endangering children
- Beaver Nuggets fans: It's time to eat!
- Trial nearing in Commerce double-murder case, three years later
- American Legion Riders gaining steam in Royse City
- Indictment issued in theft at painting company