Traffic stop leads to multiple arrests

Jan 6, 2012

GREENVILLE - Greenville Police say a Thursday traffic stop in the city resulted in the arrest of two individuals in connection with a burglary that occurred just minutes earlier.

Severe Weather Training from NWS

Jan 3, 2012

Winter weather is prevalent today, but chances are severe thunderstorms could arrive as soon as a few weeks from now.

With a Return to School comes a Reminder for Safety

Jan 2, 2012

Students of the Greenville Independent School District will be returning to school tomorrow, and so will students of most area public and private schools.

Mayor's Post up for Grabs

Jan 2, 2012

The City of Greenville’s Mayor’s post and two city council seats are scheduled to be on the ballot for the May 12 municipal election.

Greenville Adding Corporals to the Ranks

Jan 2, 2012

The Greenville Police Department is preparing to name its first corporals in its history next month, and with that announcement will come room for one or more entry level officers on the local squad.


The use of all fireworks within the city limits of Greenville and all incorporated cities in Hunt County is illegal, according to Greenville Police Chief Daniel J. Busken.

Dry Year for Greenville

Dec 29, 2011

2011 has been one of the driest years ever for the City of Greenville.

City of Greenville loses worthy citizen

Dec 20, 2011
Louisville Courier-Journal

GREENVILLE - Bill Thomas, who served as a state representative from 1989-1993, was a noted author and decorated serviceman. 

By Chase Gladdin

GREENVILLE - We're all familiar with the concept of libraries. But each one is different.

GREENVILLE - A former seedy motel in Greenville that was the site of a major drug bust one year ago will now be put to good use. 

Arrests made in weekend chase, shooting

Dec 14, 2011

GREENVILLE -  It was the second such occurrence in Hunt County in as many days, the first coming Friday in Commerce.

Monday earthquake suspected, but unconfirmed

Dec 13, 2011

HUNT COUNTY - Individuals from Campbell, Celeste,  Greenville and Lone Oak were among those to report the suspicious rumbling at around 4 p.m. Monday. 

Greenville offers bullying resources

Dec 10, 2011

GREENVILLE - The City of Greenville has added a number of resources to its website for parents, teachers and others in the community to become more informed and take a stand against bullying.

Greenville City Manager Steven Alexander has released a statement regarding the announcement made by Rubbermaid that the Greenville plant will be closing in 2012.

GREENVILLE - The Greenville Chamber of Commerce Convention and Visitors Bureau in partnership with the Greenville Board of Development is proud to announce that Eric Nadel will be the speaker for the 2012 Annual Banquet. 

Hundreds to Lose Jobs as Plant Announces Closure

Dec 6, 2011
Jerrod Knight

GREENVILLE - Tough news for the local economy as officials with Greenville’s Newell Rubbermaid plant say they intend to close their doors next year. 

Documents to be released in response to AG letter

Nov 24, 2011

GREENVILLE - The Texas Attorney General’s office has determined that the City of Greenville must release three of the 570 documents requested by L-3 last year.

Christmas tree arrives, holiday events planned

Nov 22, 2011

GREENVILLE - It's beginning to look a lot more like Christmas in downtown Greenville.

Two injured in aggravated robbery

Nov 18, 2011

GREENVILLE - Greenville authorities say two people were hospitalized Friday evening after an apparent aggravated robbery along Wesley St.

Possible zoning change for bakery

Nov 7, 2011

City of Greenville officials still intend to meet this month to consider a zoning change for a Collin Street Bakery.

The Planning and Zoning Commission and the City Council had previously been scheduled to convene in a joint session November 8 to consider the request, for a site situated near Interstate 30 and Moulton Street.

The plan now is for the Planning and Zoning Commission to conduct a public hearing November 21.

Graham Park could get bigger

Nov 7, 2011

Just north of Graham Park in Greenville is a stretch of undeveloped property which stretches from Sockwell Boulevard almost to the Municipal Reservoir System.

The Greenville City Council intends to vote Tuesday to keep the land just the way it is, forever, and to add it into Graham Park as part of the project to renovate the facility.

The vote to dedicate the open space park land is scheduled during Tuesday’s regular session, starting at 6 p.m. in the Municipal Building downtown.


Police suspect connection in shooting, wreck

Oct 10, 2011

GREENVILLE - The Greenville Police Department is investigating a possible relation between a shooting and traffic accident early Sunday morning.

GREENVILLE - A Saturday concert in Greenville aims to raise funds for the “Imagine No Malaria” campaign, designed to provide mosquito nets for children in Africa. 

Greenville taking additional steps to save water

Oct 5, 2011

GREENVILLE - The continued dry conditions have forced City of Greenville officials to implement Stage 3 of its Water Conservation Plan.

Greenville monthly newsletter now available

Oct 4, 2011

Greenville City Manager Steven Alexander publishes a monthly newsletter to members of the City Council. The newsletter is now available to view online at

L-3 Communications

GREENVILLE - Yet another lawsuit has been filed by L-3 against the City of Greenville, claiming Majors Field Municipal Airport is in violation of regulations dating back more than 60 years.

Greenville city budget, tax rate approved

Sep 28, 2011

GREENVILLE - An unexpected windfall from GEUS led to debate Tuesday among council on how to use the extra money.