Greenville – Two Northeast Texas representatives in Austin plan to give a recap of the recent legislative session.
The latest Wake Up to the Issues breakfast in Greenville features District 2 State Senator Bob Deuell, of Greenville, and District 2 State Representative Dan Flynn, of Van. The two combined to tackle issues in both the House and Senate chambers like a school finance package, a state budget and redistricting.
Greenville – The crime occurred just after 1 a.m. Saturday at 1600 North Joe Ramsey, Apartment A204.
The victim was transported to Hunt Regional Medical Center and later Parkland Hospital in Dallas where he died from his multiple gunshot wounds. The man's name has still not been released pending notification of next of kin.
Witnesses to the shooting have named 25-year-olds Devin Eugene Royal and Antonio Derrance Fletcher, both of Greenville, as suspects. I
Greenville – An agreement has been reached as to who will manage Hunt Regional Healthcare's new cardiovascular services center when it opens next year. The hospital this week finalized negotiations with Baylor's Jack and Jane Hamilton Heart and Vascular Hospital.
"We are elated to announce this important partnership," said Richard Carter, CEO of Hunt Regional Healthcare. "It will be very meaningful for us to be able to draw on the experience of a premier heart center as we build our new program in cardiac care."
Commerce – Northeast Texas Children's Museum has announced plans for its Saturday, October 15 transformation into a market for a holiday gift sale.
As a fundraiser for the Children's Museum, fees from booth space and tickets for entry will benefit the museum. Vendor applications are now available at www.netxcm.com and should be completed and returned to the Museum by July 15.
A vendor jury will evaluate the applications to provide both quality and variety for the event. Areas have been marked for up to 39 booths for this inaugural event.