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  1. City Council to consider multiple requests from Greenville Police Department Tuesday

    The council is scheduled to vote on approving dozens of bullet-resistant shields to help protect officers with the Greenville Police Department, as well as additional body-worn video cameras for use by the officers. The council is also set to seek...

  2. Greenbelt development to be added to TIRZ No. 1

    Greenville - Organizers say it will include hike-and-bike trails, a disc golf course, family-friendly parks, water features and natural wooded areas and is bordered by Interstate 30, Monty Stratton Parkway, State Highway 34/Wesley Street and FM 1570.

  3. El Paso extends migrant emergency despite drop in apprehensions, releases

    “We don’t want to pat ourselves on the back because we don’t know the unknown. We don’t know what’s coming in. (But) we are prepared if the situation does change and we will continue to get prepared,” Leeser said.

  4. Missouri City unemployment down, housing availability up as signs of recession loom

    ...unemployment rate the city experienced in 2020. “I think the bottom line is that we're growing,” said Mayor Robin J. Elackatt. “I rather have our citizens spend their money in their own city where it helps...

  5. City of Dallas preparing to scale back plans for new convention center

    The city of Dallas is preparing to scale back plans for the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center. Next month, Dallas City Council members will be asked to approve a smaller bond package than originally planned.

  6. Deal to widen State Highway 158 in front of city leaders

    The Midland City Council will have the opportunity to vote on an agreement between the Midland Development Corp. and Kimley-Horn and Associates related to the widening and improving of State Highway 158 from Wadley Avenue to Sinclair Avenue and from...

  7. City of Victoria interested in buying library

    Purchasing the building would allow the city to better implement its library master plan, City Manager Jesús Garza said. The master plan, which the Victoria City Council approved in April, lays out future additions to the library over the 10-30...

  8. Collaborative robots & EV Chargers: Plano's high-tech revolution booms

    “We’ve seen a real uptick of interest in tech here in Plano over the last few years,” Plano Director of Economic Development Doug McDonald said. “I think that in Plano, we’re providing the quality of life that these companies are looking for.”

  9. Roanoke council approves public art master plan

    According to city documents, the public art master plan is a tool the Roanoke Art & History Trail Committee will use in an effort to cultivate and develop a comprehensive culture of art while honoring the history and enriching the community of...

  10. Argyle town leaders examine short-term rentals

    A Town Council agenda memo stated staff investigated the option of setting up a registration program for STRs, as staff had received inquiries about this matter and discovered there are several homes within Argyle that are listed on short-term rental...

  11. New Marble Falls fire engine on multi-state journey home

    A new fire engine is on a 1,292-mile trek through multiple states toward its final destination in Marble Falls. It will arrive at the Marble Falls Fire Rescue station in about two weeks after a pitstop at a repair shop in Manor.

  12. Houston approves additional $1.95M for Houston Forensic Science Center

    ...already agreed to chip in to the center for a total of $4.95 million. The announcement comes after Mayor Sylvester Turner released the city's proposed budget for fiscal year 2023-24. By the numbers The...

  13. San Antonio just got another $5.2 million for rental assistance. Here's how you can get help.

    Last week the City Council accepted a $5.2 million grant from the U.S. Department of the Treasury that brought the city's total fiscal year 2023 rental assistance budget to about $18.5 million. The additional funds will be used to support about 2,000...

  14. Irving City Council to Consider Proposed BYOB Ordinance

    The Irving City Council is considering an ordinance essentially requiring BYOB (“bring your own bottle” or “bring your own beverage”) venues to operate similarly to businesses licensed to sell alcohol. The proposed ordinance will be presented for...

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