On July 29, The Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary Unit 81 and the DAV Chapter 81, combined their talents and provided a free luncheon of various types of spaghetti, garlic breads, salads and desserts for the Greenville Police Department.
As our country moves back and forth through COVID-19 restrictions, we’re able to physically interact with others to a greater and lesser degrees than we have in months. Each phase of re-opening coincides with an increasing amount of physical vulnerability and risk. This is happening at the s…
To outsiders, Hunt County is just another small Texas town but if you’ve lived here, raised children here and dedicated yourself to this community, this is home. When tornadoes hit, you’ll find out just how easily we all come together. When businesses need support due to COVID closures, we s…
The Community Seeds of Lone Oak is again planning on distributing free food boxes in Greenville on Saturday but is moving the location of the giveaway a short distance away.
Hundreds of riders are expected in downtown Greenville on Saturday to participate in the 24th annual Cotton Patch Classic bicycle tour, hosted by the Noon Rotary Club of Greenville.
Gov. Greg Abbott announced Thursday that most of Texas will be able to loosen some coronavirus restrictions, including letting many businesses increase their capacity to 75%, as soon as Monday.Retail stores, restaurants and office buildings, which have been open at 50% capacity, will be perm…
The United States Postal Service postmaster for Greenville, Dewey Littleton, recently sent a request to the USPS Dallas District, seeking permission to close the post office at the Rolling Hills location at 6305 Wesley St.
Signs will soon be going up on a stretch of Interstate Highway 30 through Rockwall, designating it as the Ralph M. Hall Highway from the Dallas County line to Hunt County.
A successful local observance of a national program designed to encourage neighbors to gather and learn ways to fight crime in their community has been curtailed this year.
The Greenville Independent School District is reporting confirmed COVID-19 cases have been reported at Greenville High School and Lamar Elementary School.
Hunt County officials have recorded 18 more COVID-19 cases so far this week, along with a surprising spike in the amount of testing being reported.
WASHINGTON — The government outlined a sweeping plan Wednesday to make vaccines for COVID-19 available for free to all Americans, assuming a safe and effective shot is developed, even as top health officials faced questions about political interference with virus information reaching the public.
The City of Greenville Public Works Department will close a section of Traders Road, at the Stonewall Estates Phase II subdivision, through Monday, September 21 for sewer construction.
This Week's Circulars
Rufus Samuel Nobles, 72, of Quinlan, passed away on Sept. 15, 2020. Arrangements are pending with Lynch Funeral Home in Caddo Mills.
Christopher Andrew Kovar, 18, of Royse City, Texas, passed away Sept. 10, 2020. The funeral service will be 1 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 19, at Lynch Funeral Service Chapel in Greenville, with visitation one hour prior to the service.
- Greenville High School, Lamar Elementary report COVID-19 cases
- Postmaster requests closure of Rolling Hills post office
- Commerce man charged with online solicitation of child
- One killed in vehicle vs. pedestrian accident
- Truck falls off county bridge; no injuries reported
- Halloween on the Square, Haunted Landmark not planned this year
- Abbott loosens coronavirus restrictions for restaurants, other businesses in most regions of Texas
- Bowie Elementary closed for a week due to COVID-19
- Hunt County reports seven more COVID-19 cases, additional death
- Authorities release no new details in meth seizure, arrests