L-3 talks set during council executive session

Feb 21, 2012

GREENVILLE - The Greenville City Council meets Thursday in a follow-up to last week’s decision to offer a settlement proposal to L-3 in an effort to end the two side’s lengthy legal dispute.

Meeting to address housing concerns

Feb 20, 2012

GREENVILLE - A plan to save dilapidated houses in Greenville is the subject of a public forum Monday night as officials consider an ordinance and establishment of a residential inspection program.

GREENVILLE - The fourth annual Battle of the Badges Blood Drive, which pits three Hunt County law enforcement groups against one another, is scheduled for this week.

Amnesty period extended ahead of warrant round-up

Feb 17, 2012

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.

City votes to resolve outstanding issues with L-3

Feb 16, 2012

GREENVILLE - But that doesn’t mean the costly dispute that has raged for months is any closer to being over. 

Agreement reached to begin sidewalk planning

Feb 15, 2012

GREENVILLE - Landscapes around local school districts will soon begin to take shape as part of the Safe Routes to Schools Program.

GREENVILLE -  The move comes two weeks after the county transportation committee and North Central Texas Council of Governments held public forums introducing the plan. 

GREENVILLE - There’s still a chance for scofflaws to avoid having their name appear in print this weekend. 

GREENVILLE - The Greenville Police Department will soon begin an aggressive warrant round-up for individuals with outstanding municipal court warrants.

GREENVILLE - A lack of enrollment is forcing the Greenville Police Department to cancel the spring session Citizen Police Academy, which was scheduled to begin this month. 

Two injured in hit and run

Feb 2, 2012

GREENVILLE  - A mother and her infant son were hospitalized after a reported hit and run Wednesday while they were walking in a Greenville street.

Cities to address dilapidated structures

Feb 1, 2012

A task force to help guide the creation of a residential inspection ordinance for the City of Greenville meets this week.

Greenville rest home to close due to economy

Feb 1, 2012

GREENVILLE -  After giving notice in mid-January; the Pythian Guest Home on Sayle Street is preparing to close its doors on March 1.

Photo by Scott Harvey

GREENVILLE - Work is officially underway on the $26 million expansion at Weatherford Artificial Lift Systems in Greenville following Tuesday’s groundbreaking ceremony.

GREENVILLE - Developers wanting to create a new reservoir lake in Hunt County may now know where the water will come from.

Customers taking to Twitter to seek help, express outrage

Igloo Coolers to host job fair Saturday

Jan 30, 2012

GREENVILLE - A weekend job fair could help Northeast Texans who are considering relocating for work. 

Greenville monthly newsletter for now available

Jan 28, 2012

GREENVILLE - City Manager Steven Alexander sends a newsletter to the City Council each month.  The newsletters are now available online.

You can view the newsletter here.


DALLAS - Greenville’s Firefighter Combat Challenge Team RackSolutions will be competing in the Big D Stair Climb Saturday morning in Dallas.

GREENVILLE - Greenville City Attorney Brent Money plans to file a brief with the Texas Supreme Court concerning the recent judicially created sales tax exemption.

Company eyes jobs boost as groundbreaking nears

Jan 24, 2012

GREENVILLE - The anticipated $26 million expansion of a Greenville manufacturing facility is set to get underway Tuesday.

City returns to Stage 2 water conservation measures

Jan 21, 2012

GREENVILLE - City Manager Steven Alexander has announced the return to Stage 2 water conservation measures for the City of Greenville.

GREENVILLE - Greenville Fire Marshal Greg McDonald is asking citizens to check any Honeywell portable electric heaters they may be using, due to a safety recall issued by the Consumer Products Safety Commission (CPSC).

GREENVILLE - The Greenville Police Department is now accepting applications through January 23rd, for the Citizens Police Academy scheduled to start February 6.

One of three suspects identified in local robbery

Jan 12, 2012

GREENVILLE - Suspects were being sought Wednesday in connection to a home invasion robbery south of Greenville the night before.

Photo submitted by Commerce resident Katy King

GREENVILLE - Crews have reopened a five mile section of westbound Interstate 30 after a semi hauling synthetic plastic overturned near the 97 mile marker at around 7 a.m. Tuesday. 

GREENVILLE - Greenville city officials intend to take the first steps toward establishing a residential inspection program.

Franklin to forgo another term on council

Jan 10, 2012

GREENVILLE - Greenville City Council member Betty Franklin has announced she will not be running for another term this spring.

Arrests made in string of recent burglaries

Jan 8, 2012

GREENVILLE - A special investigation by Greenville Police has led to the arrest of two persons in connection with a string of recent burglaries.

City receives approval for council redistricting

Jan 8, 2012

GREENVILLE - The City of Greenville has received approval from the Department of Justice to implement its approved redistricting of City Council Districts.