Hunt County native and former NFL star and Dallas Cowboys Assistant Coach Wade Wilson passed away at his home in Coppell on Friday at the age of 60.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Tim Tadlock and Chris Beard, two of Texas Tech’s most popular athletic figures, shared an enlightening moment earlier this month when detailing the stark contrast between the draft process in their respective sports.
Texas’ main power grid struggled to keep up with the demand for electricity Monday, prompting the operator to ask Texans to conserve power until Friday.
A Mineola man is in custody in Hunt County, after he was arrested over the weekend for allegedly having an improper relationship with a student.
In 2019, Robert Smith purchased a vintage building at the corner of Jordan and St. John Streets in downtown Greenville. He bought the building from Tim Kruse, who had used the large space for storing equipment for his job of rigging stadium shows and concerts.
Trial is scheduled for a Collin County woman, indicted on a charge of intoxication manslaughter for allegedly fatally striking a pedestrian with her vehicle in 2019.
Two months ago, the Texas A&M University System announced that the College of Business and the College of Education and Human Services at Texas A&M University-Commerce will spread part of their operations to North Dallas.
After navigating Hunt Regional Medical Center through its most challenging years, hospital President and CEO Richard Carter has decided to retire.
PARIS – Texas Department of Transportation officials today announced that work to improve Spur 264 in Quinlan, Texas, as part of the Quinlan Bypass will begin June 14. The work will extend along Spur 264 from Meyers Avenue to County Road 2304.
Multiple businesses and organizations in Hunt County are hosting blood drives with Carter BloodCare, due to the reported critical shortage of blood supplies heading into the summer months.
After more than two years of negotiations with the State of Texas, the Hunt County Commissioners Court voted this week to approve an agreement to open a new driver’s license in Greenville.
- It’s official, driver’s license office to return
- Arrest reported in alleged teacher/student relationship
- What’s ‘old’ is ‘new’ again at former Dr Pepper plant
- Festival bringing New Orleans to Greenville
- New Hunt County Jail being considered
- Terry Thomas elected to Place 1 of Greenville City Council
- WE SAY: Racism was real, it’s our burden
- Greenville's Summer of Fire began 25 years ago today
- Carter set to retire from Hunt Regional Medical Center in December
- Work to begin Monday on Spur 264 in Quinlan