Dallas vigil for Mumbai victims; Greenville ban on dog tethering and roadside sales; Plans for GEUS and Cobisa to work together; Texas Retailers hopes for Black Friday; Issue with Red Light Cameras; International Space Station Thanksgiving; Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign; Sulphur Springs Christmas Light Show Parade; Texas A&M-Commerce soft opening of new Sam Rayburn Memorial Student Center.
Commerce – Jason Terry secures big win for the Mavs; the A&M-Commerce Lions men post a huge upset over Tarleton State and the women edge Southern Arkansas; big Thanksgiving games in store for Texans; a look at Sulphur Springs football and other upcoming playoff action.
Commerce – Recent activity at a former Hi-Yield chemical site in Commerce prompts a meeting between concerned citizens and officials.
Approximately ten residents attended a public meeting last week, where representatives from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Volunteer Purchasing Groups, Inc. (VPG), and ENSAFE presented information regarding the onsite maintenance.
Hopkins County – The Hopkins County Commissioners Court is exploring options into how to permanently solve the problem of overcrowding in the county's jail.
Earlier this month, the county entered into an interlocal agreement with Franklin and Titus counties that allows for the transportation of county inmates to those facilities when capacity is exceeded. Now, Commissioners are looking to either build a new facility or add space to its existing one.
Greenville – Two individuals are arrested following a reported robbery Monday in Greenville.
At approximately 12:30 p.m., officers with the Greenville Police Department responded to a call of a possible robbery in at 6609 Wesley Street. Upon arrival, they discovered a male victim had been assaulted in a parking lot and money had been taken. The victim was transported to the hospital with unknown injuries.
Two arrested following Monday robbery in Greenville; Hunt County Regional Medical Center seeks support of Commerce City Council in smoking ban initiative; New details have emerged regarding proposed tax increment reinvestment zone in Greenville; Texas Department of Public Safety urges caution when driving this holiday season; Federal agency cites Tyler oil refinery for safety violations following last weeks explosion that killed one.