Greenville – Motorists traveling north along Wesley Street in Greenville may encounter traffic delays beginning this week.
The Texas Department of Transportation is beginning work on a milling and overlay project next on State Highway 34. The project, with an estimated cost of $308,800, will rehabilitate the existing roadway by milling approximately two inches of asphalt, applying a sealcoat and finishing with a new layer of hot mix.
One man arrested in connection to A&M-Commerce student's death on Easter; Census report released for area; Arraignments held in Hunt County oil and gas fruad case; Marijuana seizure along Interstate 30; Cumby ISD Superintendent lone finalist for school in Erath County; A&M-Commerce holds crisis drill Thursday.
Hunt County – There's been little change in the population of Hunt County cities over the past year.
Commerce was the only city in Hunt County to record a bump in population numbers, according to estimates released Thursday afternoon by the North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG). The city had an estimated population of 9,700 people at the start of the year, an increase of 50 people from beginning of last year.
Greenville's population of 26,600 people last year was unchanged.
Commerce – Former Dallas Cowboy Wide Receiver Drew Pearson was the featured speaker at Thursday's fourteenth annual Commerce Business and Industry Appreciation Luncheon held on the campus of Texas A&M University-Commerce.
Pearson, a member of the 1978 Super Bowl Champion Cowboys, also helped the team advance to two other Super Bowls during his ten years in the league.