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…

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Individuals and organizations are again being recruited to assist the Herald-Banner in providing food for needy families in the community through the 17th annual Cares and Shares Food Drive with Hunt County Shared Ministries/FISH.

A group of friends and supporters of the late Dennis Strickland plan to gather this evening and prove that in Greenville “its always five o’clock.”

The recent wave of COVID-19 cases in Hunt County continued unabated, with another 57 people reported coming down with the virus since the past weekend.

Forming an emotional bond with an animal is far from unusual for most people, but for the last 15 years, R.C. Bridges of Quinlan has nurtured a unique relationship with his buffalo, WildThing, whose species even Bridges admits “isn’t usually trainable.”

Trial has been scheduled next summer for a former Greenville Independent School District official indicted in connection with the alleged theft of thousands of dollars from the district.

WASHINGTON — The General Services Administration ascertained Monday that President-elect Joe Biden is the “apparent winner” of the Nov. 3 election, clearing the way for the start of the transition from President Donald Trump’s administration and allowing Biden to coordinate with federal agen…

Health care workers will be the first people in Texas to receive a COVID-19 vaccine once one receives emergency approval from the U.S. government, and on Monday a state panel of vaccine experts and politicians revealed which workers in the health field will receive top priority.

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A Quinlan man has been sentenced to prison after pleading guilty to an indictment on a charge of intoxication manslaughter in connection with a four-vehicle accident in April which claimed the life of a West Tawakoni resident.

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