The oldest business in Hunt County, the Herald-Banner was founded on April 14, 1869 as the Greenville Herald by John C. Bayne. Almost a century later, the paper merged with the Greenville Evening Banner and became known as the Greenville Herald-Banner.
Today, the newspaper, the Herald-Banner, is owned by CNHI LLC, publishes five days a week and also produces three weekly newspapers: Rockwall County Herald-Banner, Royse City Herald-Banner and The Commerce Journal. The Herald-Banner also publishes a quarterly lifestyles magazine called Greenville Life.
This Week's Circulars
Stephen Hill, 60, of Caddo Mills, Texas passed away July 10, 2020. Visitation will be Tuesday, July 14, at Lynch Funeral Service in Greenville, from 6-8 p.m. The funeral service will be Wednesday, July 15, at 10 a.m.
BETTY ANN HARRISON 70,LONGTIME HUNT COUNTY RESIDENT PASSED AWAY MAY 25TH IN HOUSTON TEXAS.,SHE WILL HAVE GRAVESIDE SERVICE AT TIDWELL CEMETARY IN WOLFE CITY SAT JULY 11TH AT 10 AM.
Michael Don Gregory passed away March 29, 2020 in Sulphur Springs, Texas. Service Time: 10 a.m., Saturday, July 11 at McWright Cemetery. Family and friends are encouraged to bring food and chairs for a picnic following the service.
Joseph Dean Johnson, 88, of Greenville, passed away June 29,2020 in Dallas. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there will be no visitation. A virtual service is planned for Saturday, July 11. Cozine & Tarver Funeral Home
- Earl Thomas, one of three Greenville brothers that played in the NFL, passes at age 71
- Abbott warns if spread of COVID-19 doesn’t slow, ‘the next step would have to be a lockdown’
- Court orders COVID-19 patient to stay home
- Confederate soldier memorial removed from museum grounds
- Greenville ISD offering families three options for instruction in 2020-21
- Big jumps in COVID-19 numbers; updates reported after holiday lull
- County reporting huge surge in COVID-19 recoveries
- Governor extends statewide COVID-19 disaster declaration
- Museum considering future plans for Confederate memorial
- Commissioners to consider renewing COVID-19 resolution