During the June 19, 2019 Commissioner's Court meeting, Kaufman County Commissioner Mike Hunt proposed that funds be allocated for needed repairs at the Kaufman County Fairgrounds.
During the Commissioners monthly workshop, Commissioner Hunt said "I put this on the agenda so we can discuss the fairgrounds. They've come to visit with me and they want to make some improvements to the grounds.READ MORE...
The Dallas Municipal Court at 2014 Main Street will be closed on Friday, June 28 for professional development and training.
All court appearances scheduled for Friday, June 28 have been rescheduled.
Are you an older adult (age 60 or older), caregiver of an older adult, or a person concerned about aging issues?
You are invited to attend a come-and-go public forum in the City of Forney, on Wednesday, July 10, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m., at the Forney Senior Center, 101 E. Main Street. Reservations are not necessary.
On Monday, June 24, the Forney ISD school board approved a district-wide pay increase for all employees for the coming 2019-2020 school year.
“We understand the importance of investing in our staff. By investing in them we are investing in our students and their futures,” said Forney ISD Superintendent Dr. Justin Terry. “Our board voted unanimously on the new compensation plan to show our appreciation in a way that matters to our employees and their families.”
Attorney General Ken Paxton, in cooperation with the Federal Trade Commission, recently announced a major crackdown on illegal robocalls, including nearly 100 actions targeting operations around the country responsible for more than one billion calls – pitching everything from fraudulent credit card services to auto warranty protection.
Attorney General Ken Paxton recently announced the launch of new partnerships between his office and cities across the state to educate and mobilize Texans in the fight against human trafficking.
The Citywide Immersive Training initiative kicked off in Beaumont last week and included human trafficking awareness
Approximately thirty voters turned out to listen to Rep. Bell speak openly and honestly about the intricacies of school finance in Texas, as well as about changes needed at Terrell State Hospital.