Greenville – A group of area residents got a glimpse Tuesday night of what the future may hold for an area west of Greenville.
One of the first ideas that consultants with Freese and Nichols feel should be implemented is the creation of an overlay zoning district along both the Interstate 30 corridor and the Monty Stratton Parkway.
Greenville – A court hearing is Wednesday for four remaining defendants in an alleged oil field fraud scheme.
Chad Hayes, of McKinney, was convicted and sentenced to prison last month on 17 counts, plus ordered to pay thousands in restitution. Prosecutors had claimed he was involved in a scheme to defraud people who invested in Fannin County oil wells, which were never drilled.
Greenville, TX – To honor and remember our nation's military heroes, Audie Murphy Days will kick off Friday, June 24th. The annual two day event, which is free and open to the public, is hosted by the Audie Murphy/American Cotton Museum in conjunction with local military service organizations to celebrate Audie Leon Murphy, the most decorated soldier of World War II, as well as military veterans and those currently serving our country.
Hunt County – On Wednesday, June 29, Texas AgriLife Extension Service in Hunt and Rockwall Counties will sponsor a training that will allow private, non-commercial, and commercial applicators, with a license from the Texas Department of Agriculture to receive 5 hours of CEU's. Certified Crop Advisors will also receive 5 CEU hours.
Dallas, TX – Organizers of the North Texas March for Equality announced today that international fashion photographer Matt Spencer will bring his record-breaking photo documentary, the 'I AM EQUAL' project, to Dallas during the annual march from the JFK Memorial in honor of the 42nd anniversary of the Stonewall Riots.
Greenville – A Garland man pleads not guilty to testing almost three times the legal limit of alcohol while driving through Hunt County.
Steven Bruce Roberts entered the plea Monday. A tentative trial date was set for August 15.
The alleged offense occurred in November, 2009, when authorities received a report of a man changing a flat tire along Interstate 30 and occasionally entering the lane of traffic. The indictment against Roberts listed three prior felony DWI convictions.