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Low voter turnout frustrates residents
There are 12,611 registered voters in the city of Greenville. Only 1,793 of them, or 14.22 percent voted in the May 11 elections.
Quinlan eyes reducing mayor’s authority
When most small-town mayors are elected, their first city council meeting is festive, featuring a routine swearing-in ceremony and smiles for local newspaper photographers.
Brown capital murder trial set to start
Trial begins Monday for a Greenville man, charged with capital murder in the 2011 shooting death of his ex-wife, a Caddo Mills school teacher.
A second day to honor heroes
Friday’s first day of the annual Audie Murphy Days celebration featured a variety of stirring tributes to veterans and patriotism.
Unemployment continues to slide
More than 200 people found jobs in Hunt County last month, as the local jobless figures remained at the lowest levels seen in five years.
City Council to meet in special session Monday
The Greenville City Council intends Monday to name a temporary replacement for former city manager Steven Alexander.
- City pledging to repair fire damage at Aunt Char's
- Audie Murphy Days starting today
City buys new computers for police
The City of Greenville is spending $59,000 to purchase replacement laptop computers for patrol officers in the Greenville Police Department.
Taking steps in fight against cancer
Hundreds of crusaders in the fight against cancer – survivors, people battling the disease, caregivers, friends and volunteers – will converge on T. A. “Cotton” Ford Stadium in Greenville tonight for the 2013 Relay For Life of Hunt County, sponsored by the American Cancer Society.
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