Dear QISD Families and Citizens of Hunt County,
I wish I could thank everyone individually who showed up and participated in the Veterans Day Parade on Saturday. The Greenville Police Department assisted everyone find their way down the route and back, The Greenville Fire Department was fantastic with the flag out for us, the Sheriff’s p…
A former resident, wounded two years ago during a hold-up and officer-involved shooting at a Commerce business, was sentenced Tuesday to life in prison without parole after being found guilty of capital murder in Tarrant County.
The current edition of the Hunt County grand jury is scheduled to meet again Friday and may hear evidence in an intoxication manslaughter incident and a second suspect charged with sexual assault of a child and trafficking, in addition to other cases.
A hearing is scheduled this week, as attorneys for a suspect charged in a reported double homicide near Commerce more than three years ago is seeking to have the capital murder indictment dismissed.
Students and staff with the Greenville Independent School District took some time to honor the sacrifices made by veterans at the district’s annual Veterans Day program Monday.
A state appeals court is scheduled in the coming week to consider the case of a local man sentenced to life in prison in connection with sexual assault a girl.
The public is invited to attend the Lakes Regional Community Center’s annual art and photography exhibition from 6-7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Fletcher Warren Civic Center. The awards from the juried show will take place at 7 p.m.
An agency dedicated to supporting domestic violence victims in Hunt and Rockwall counties is hoping to make sure a few dozen area families are able to enjoy a special dinner this holiday season.
On Tuesday, the Greenville City Council will consider entering a $244,900 agreement for the beginning stages of the city’s major road reconstruction project for Stonewall Street.
Visitors to next weekend’s Downtown Stroll Holiday Edition will have an opportunity to get a jump on their Christmas shopping and satisfy their appetites by trying out some of the new restaurants which have recently opened in the core of the city.
All three of the incumbents on the West Tawakoni City Council lost re-election bids during Tuesday’s voting, but there is talk of a possible recount in one of the contests which ended in an extremely close race.
This Week's Circulars
Services for Janiece Kendrick Miller, 86, of Greenville, will be held at 2 p.m. Monday, Nov. 11, 2019 at the Daingerfield Church of Christ with Tim Gibbs officiating. Burial will be in the Daingerfield Cemetery. Janiece was born in Shreveport, LA on Nov. 6, 1933 to Barney and Zora Mae Kendri…
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