Commerce – The two students involved in a one car accident in Commerce Tuesday night will reportedly be OK.
19-year-old Michael Swann has been released from Hunt Regional Medical Center in Greenville, while 20-year-old Joshua Perry is expected to be released Wednesday. The two Texas A&M University-Commerce students were crossing the street near the intersection of Culver and W Neal Street in front of Whitley Hall when they were struck by a car driven by 41-year-old Terry Pope.
Commerce – For the second time in the past month, a Commerce business has been approved for plans to build a new facility with drive-thur service.
Subway restaurant on Tuesday acquired a conditional use permit for 2012 Live Oak Street, which is the vacant lot adjacent to McDonalds and the former Sonic location. Last month, Braums was approved for the same permit, with their new drive-thru facility to be located adjacent to Dominos Pizza. Construction on both projects is to begin soon.
Commerce, TX – Mavs lose in Denver; Rangers try to keep the streak alive; trust fund is set for family of Cowboys staffer paralyzed; A&M Commerce golf wraps at tournament today; Greenville Christian School Eagles named to the TAPPS District 3-2A baseball team.