Paris – Paris Police are led on a high speed chase through the city Sunday after responding to a call of shots fired.
The incident occurred in the area of 5th NE Street and Tudor Streets at around 8:45 p.m. Officers were advised the shots may have been coming from a white SUV in that area. Two vehicles matching the description were spotted.
Lone Oak – A Lone Oak man is reportedly killed following a one vehicle accident Sunday north of the city.
State Troopers say Richard Todd Hamilton was killed when he lost control of his motorcycle on a curve on County Road 3214. The bike was sent skidding on its side, and Hamilton reportedly became airborne, hitting a tree.
No additional information was immediately available.
A&M-Commerce and L-3 Communications to announce agreement Monday regarding new master's level-degree; Quinlan man could receive more time in child sexual assault case than originally issued; Greenville to consider household hazardous waste site; Greenville could extent noise ordinance times; Hopkins County considering housing excess inmates in Rains County; Commerce to hold second public budget workshop Monday.
Greenville – A vote by the Greenville City Council could allow more noise later downtown.
Main Street Manager Doyle Dick is to ask the council Tuesday to consider amending the city's amplified noise ordinance during the early morning hours. The ordinance currently prohibits any "loud, disturbing or unnecessary noise" from disrupting the peace of local residents, between 10 p.m. and 7 a.m. daily.
Quinlan – A lengthy prison sentenced ordered for a Quinlan man could get even worse.
A judge will decide Tuesday whether to stack 31-year-old Harold Donnie Halbrook's four life sentences on convictions for aggravated sexual assault of a child, along with maximum punishments for convictions on four additional felony charges.
Greenville – The City of Greenville is to consider a household hazardous waste site this week.
The City Council intends during Tuesday's meeting to show support for a proposed sustainable Hunt County Household Hazardous Waste Collection Center.
A 2009 class of Leadership Hunt County recommended all Hunt County cities join together to develop the site. Hunt County would be the first county within the North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) to establish a permanent and sustainable collection program.