Commerce – Hunt County Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward of up to $1,000 for information leading to the arrest of the person responsible for arson in Greenville.
The crime occurred in the fourteen-hundred block of Beauchamp St. between 11:45 PM on September 9th, and 12:10 AM, September 10th. The suspect set fire to the southeast side of a house. The house appeared to be vacant with no utilities connected.
Information can be reported anonymously by calling Hunt County Crime Stoppers at 903-457-2929.
commerce – The Radio-Television Department at A&M-Commerce and KETR present: The President's Table, with A&M-Commerce president, Dr. Dan Jones. This is the first of three episodes this semester, as Dr. Jones sits and talks with interesting University and Community personalities, exploring news, current events, and upcoming activities.
Commerce ISD Superintendent lone finalist named, A&M-Commerce Police Department releases 2007 Crime Statistics Report, Greenville to hold city-wide cleanup Saturday, local civil rights leader to be honored Friday, Hunt County Minor Care Clinic to hold ribbon cutting Thursday.
Greenville – A tribute is to be paid this week to a local civil rights leader. William B. Bill Glenn, of Greenville, is scheduled to be recognized during the Texas State NAACP's annual convention in San Antonio. The organization has named Friday's President's luncheon for Glenn. Glenn is well known for his efforts with both the local and state chapters of the NAACP. He is also remembered for his military service and involvement with the Greenville Independent School District, Hunt Memorial Hospital District and many other organizations.
Commerce – The University Police Department at A&M-Commerce has released its crime statistics for the 2007 calendar year. Under the Federal Clery Act, all colleges and universities that participate in federal financial aid programs are required to disclose information about crime on and near their respective campuses.
Types of offenses are placed into 10 different categories: Murder, manslaughter, forcible and non-forcible sex, robbery, aggravated assault, burglary, arson, motor vehicle theft and hate crimes.
National Night Out tonight in Commerce and Greenville, "President's Table" focuses on Alumni Relations, Economics, and Athletic Deparments, local man to serve prison time for sexual assault, charges dropped in robbery case of Denton County man, Greenville's Majors Field Municipal Airport to test rocket powered airplanes this month.