Britt Piccini was so cold she cried.
State Sen. Brian Birdwell, R-Granbury, filed Senate Joint Resolution 45 and Senate Bill 1025 on Thursday to rebalance the legislative and executive responsibilities in times of disaster and emergency.
History, family fun and community collide Friday and Saturday as the Chisholm Trail Outdoor Museum hosts “Remember the Alamo: A Texas Independence Day Celebration.”
Driving through Greenville on most days, many residents will come across potholes on their way to and from work and other activities.
Marie Tippit, the widow of former Dallas Police Department Officer JD Tippit, who was killed by Lee Harvey Oswald following the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy, has died.
The Greenville Golden Kiwanis restarted delivering Meals On Wheels (MOW) on Tuesday, March 2 for the Senior Center Resources and Public Transit/The Connection (SCRPT) after almost a year off due to COVID-19.
Texas school districts received an important waiver on Thursday when Gov. Greg Abbott and the Texas Education Agency announced they would “hold harmless’’ districts that saw declining enrollment due to the coronavirus pandemic.
In the wake of Gov. Greg Abbott’s executive order to rescind the state’s mask mandate starting on Wednesday, several businesses and institutions across Hunt County were keeping the requirements in place in an effort to slow the spread of coronavirus.
Gov. Greg Abbott’s decision to reopen Texas’ economy and repeal the state’s mask mandate is being met with praise, especially among anti-mask advocates, and scorn by those who say that the state is nowhere close to being free of the coronavirus pandemic.
Since Gov. Greg Abbott’s lifting of multiple state-mandated COVID-19 restrictions Tuesday, including the mask mandate and business capacity limits, the move has been the topic of much discussion among Texans of all walks of life.
The future of school funding in Texas could be in jeopardy if instability in the energy markets continues over the next 15 years — possibly costing the state billions in lost revenue earmarked for education.
A state appeals court intends next month to hear the case of a Royse City woman, who received the maximum punishment after being convicted of murder in connection with the shooting death of her husband.
The Texas Department of State Health Services has moved teachers and child care providers are being moved to the front of the line when it comes to receiving coronavirus vaccines.
A Delta County man is expected to be in court Wednesday, as he faces multiple counts of intoxication manslaughter in connection with an early Saturday morning fatal crash just south of Greenville.
This Week's Circulars
Barbara Glenn, 72, of Greenville, passed away on March 01, 2021. Her homegoing service will be at noon, Saturday, March 6 at Bethlehem Baptist Church, 3807 Lee St. in Greenville. Services planned with Love & Integrity Funeral Services.
- Charges filed in Saturday morning fatal crash
- Something's brewing: Inspired by that perfect cup of coffee, local couple starts business
- Commissioners push for enforcement against noise disturbances
- Hunt County Fair for 2021 still scheduled
- Arrest reported in indecent exposure case
- Owen scheduled to appear on intoxication manslaughter charges
- Capital murder indictment filed in Greenville death
- Ground broken on $28 million hospital expansion
- UPDATE: Abbott says he's rescinding statewide mask mandate, capacity limits on businesses
- Future of school funding in Texas could be in jeopardy