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  1. North Richland Hills residents worry about losing trees if new homes are built

    ...hearings, and on Dec. 19, the Planning and Zoning Commission voted unanimously to allow the change, and the city council will make the final decision during its meeting at 7 p.m. Monday at 4301 City Point Drive....

  2. Clute City Council amends ordinances

    CLUTE — City Council amended an ordinance about political signage at its meeting, editing the length of time signs can go up before election day. Mayor Calvin Shiflet said the council had inadvertently...

  3. El Paso Water OKs 5% rate increase

    ...priorities have changed. “You may recall that a few years ago, we were under a lot of pressure from City Council to move Downtown” Shubert said. “That seems to have sort of evaporated. “There may still...

  4. A new rodeo arena, new Stockyards shops: Fort Worth seeks the ’21st-century cowboy’

    ...represent cowboys going forward — we’re looking at the Fort Worth of the next generation,” he said. Mayor Betsy Price, 70, said visitors will love the new arena and new Stockyards shops. “People have been...

  5. City green lights new pavilion for Roseland Park

    ...a new pavilion is in the works and construction could be completed by the end of summer. Baytown City Manager Rick Davis said the city is replacing the structure because of its age and low elevation. ...

  6. Gala raises more than $220,000 for new Teague Park entryway into Longview

    A three-year-old philanthropy that started with the goal of alleviating Longview’s long-term homeless problem is helping to revitalize a stretch of Marshall Avenue near Teague Park. Saturday’s third annual Go-Giver Gala raised $223,200 in donations...

  7. Coppell recognized for National Night Out efforts

    ...it (ranking No. 1) says how much everyone cares about our community. Everybody is on board from the city manager to the citizens. I believe it also indicates we have established a real relationship with the...

  8. Rowlett recognizes retiring library director

    Rowlett Deputy City Manager Paul Stevens presented retiring library director Kathy Freiheit with a plaque for her years of service. video still courtesy of the Jan. 7 Rowlett City Council meeting The...

  9. New Summerfiled City Council to discuss police body cameras

    ...as consider the replacement of police body cameras during a 6:30 p.m. meeting of the New Summerfield City Council on Tuesday, Jan. 14, at the 13280 State Highway 110 North at the city hall. The council also...

  10. The Colony wins financial excellence award

    David Cranford, the city’s director of finance, and Mayor Pro Tem David Terre For the 23rd year in a row, the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting has been awarded to the city...

  11. City Council, Economic Development Corporation work to bring automotive plant to New Braunfels

    ...Economic Development Corp. are working to bring a $110 million investment to the area. New Braunfels City Council on Dec. 9 approved a $5.5 million EDC incentive package for Continental Automotive Systems...

  12. Mayor delivers State of City address

    Close Lufkin Mayor Bob Brown speaks at the Lufkin/Angelina County Chamber of Commerce’s First Friday Luncheon at Pitser Garrison Convention Center on Friday. JOEL ANDREWS/The Lufkin Daily News Lufkin...

  13. Converse police chief stepping down

    ...Fidel Villegas submitted his resignation this week. He has been with the city since April 2016. The city manager confirmed his last day on the force will be Jan. 17. Assistant Police Chief Pam Hunt will...

  14. Hudson Oaks city administrator to step down

    After serving the City of Hudson Oaks for almost 13 years, City Administrator Patrick Lawler will be stepping down from his post to work full time as a partner for his own consulting firm. “Hudson Oaks...

  15. Prosper mayor issues fitness challenges

    ...philosopher Lao Tzu, that a journey of a thousand miles begins with one step certainly applies to the 2020 Mayor’s Fitness Challenge. With that first step, officially starting on Jan. 15, Challenge participants...

  16. Kingsville city commissioners may serve longer terms under proposed changes

    ...that, if placed on the ballot and approved by voters in the May general election, would stagger the mayor and commission seats in the biennial elections and extend office terms to four years, according to...

  17. Gun Barrel EDC director steps down

    ...as the Executive Director of the Gun Barrel City Economic Development Corporation. Gun Barrel City Mayor David Skains confirmed Peterson's resignation was effective Monday. Skains did not give a reason...

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