GREENVILLE - The Greenville Municipal Court announced today that the amnesty being offered prior to the upcoming warrant round-up will be extended until February 29, 2012.
GREENVILE - A Garland man, charged as part of a widespread identity theft scheme, has been sentence.
SULPHUR SPRINGS - Approximately 55 jobs will be phased out over the next few months as part of cuts planned at Morningsstar Foods in Sulphur Springs.
The company has announced they will close their Cultured Specialties plant located at 500 Jackson Street. Production is expected to end by May 24.
The company also operates a larger extended-shelf-life plant located at 300 E. Industrial Blvd in Sulphur Springs, which is not affected by this change.
COMMERCE - Dr. Vanessa Huse, instructor of mathematics at Texas A&M University-Commerce, Navarro College campus, has been selected to serve on a committee made up of experts.
SULPHUR SPRINGS - The new Sulphur Springs Middle School is now about 85 percent complete and should be ready for move in by the summer vacation.
GREENVILLE - Prosecutors intend to seek the death penalty in a murder case that alleges the suspect fatally shot his ex-wife.
AUSTIN - 30 Texas law enforcement officials have been honored by the Public Safety Commission for extraordinary demonstrations of heroism. Among the awards received by local officers were for acts of decisive action and lifesaving.
GREENVILLE - Mica Crawford Brown has pleaded not guilty to last summer’s shooting death of Caddo Mills school teacher Stella Michelle Ray, in what authorities say stemmed from a custody dispute.
GREENVILLE - But that doesn’t mean the costly dispute that has raged for months is any closer to being over.
GREENVILLE - The Community Development Department has launched a new web page devoted entirely to the development process in Greenville.