This year’s back-to-school season is unlike any we’ve experienced yet. On top of our normal excitement and anxieties, we’re confronting changes made necessary by the continued spread of the pandemic coronavirus.
The Hunt County Commissioners Court plans this week to review the funding for the county’s volunteer fire departments, after the creation of an emergency services district, or ESD, was put on hold earlier this year because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Each year a long line of walkers, dressed in pink, march into downtown Greenville and stop at the steps of the Hunt County Courthouse to celebrate October as Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Hunt County native and Greenville High School graduate Paul R. Beane will be inducted into the Texas Radio Hall of Fame on Nov. 7. Because of COVID-19, the induction ceremony, which recognizes 20 veteran Texas broadcasters, will be virtual. Beane’s career in radio spans 63 years.
Since March, nurses around the world have been actively fighting against COVID-19. And while the global health situation has put nurses in the spotlight for their tireless service, the virus is also forcing nursing schools to ready their students for these challenging times.
A Royse City woman has been indicted on a charge of intoxication manslaughter in connection with a fatal crash in July which kiiled a state appeals court judge.
It took a little longer than had been planned, but Greenville Police Department Sgt. Terry Robertson was recognized Thursday as the Police Officer of the Year.
Since running a story last Thursday about the possible closure of the Rolling Hills location of the United States Post Office at 6305 Wesley St., the Herald-Banner has heard a large amount of community support in favor of keeping the facility open, or – because of its central location – repl…
At a campaign event in Dallas on Thursday, Gov. Greg Abbott issued a string of new legislative proposals to raise penalties and create new crimes for offenses committed at protests.
- Greenville teenager reported missing
- Arrest on criminally negligent homicide charges reported
- GISD suspends bus service due to COVID-19 cases
- One killed when pickup, bicycle collide
- 100 salutes! Local WWII veteran to celebrate centennial birthday
- USPS: ‘Rolling Hills post office will remain open’
- Search for missing woman to continue
- County adds seven COVID-19 cases, TEA to report statistics by school district Monday
- GHS graduate to be inducted into Texas Radio Hall of Fame
- A&M-Commerce nursing program strives to prepare students amid COVID-19