The First United Methodist Church of Commerce invites the community to a free Thanksgiving dinner on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 23, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the church located at 1709 Highway 24 across from Texas A&M University - Commerce. Everyone is invited to attend; those who are lonel…
Texas A&M University-Commerce has undergone plenty of construction in recent years, and that fact is remaining unchanged in the near future.
At least two contested races have developed in Hunt County, following the first few days of candidates filing for the March 6, 2018 political primary elections.
Two grand juries are scheduled to convene in Hunt County this week, one to continue its standard six-month term and a special panel to investigate the April death of a school crossing guard in Greenville.
News broke late last week that Texas A&M University-Commerce would be moving the programs housed at their Dallas campus to a new location starting next semester, and the news has not been received well by students.
Lisa Chappell, a veteran Texas newspaper executive, has been appointed publisher of the Weatherford Democrat and the Mineral Wells Index. She replaces Jeff Smith, who recently retired.
Commerce ISD will showcase students in a celebration of the visual and performing arts Dec. 7 at Commerce High School and the community is invited to attend.
The Texas A&M University-Commerce football team has enjoyed its best period of sustained success in the last five years, and while many players and coaches have helped to create the team’s winning culture, one of the team’s smallest members has been one of its biggest contributors.
A special grand jury will meet next week to investigate the April death of Christine Jewell Sandlin, a school crossing guard in Greenville, which followed an accident involving Hunt County District Attorney Noble D. Walker Jr.
The Commerce Public Library is hosting a program designed to better educate the public on usage and capabilities of smartphones and tablets.
Hunt County voters will be casting ballots tomorrow for a special election to decide the fate of seven proposed amendments to the Texas Constitution, as well as several local issues in certain municipalities.
Commerce Middle School will be hosting a Veteran's Day program in the CMS Auditorium on Nov. 10 at 9 a.m. The event is free and open to the public. A reception will immediately follow the program.
(RNN) - Community members gathered Sunday evening for a vigil near the Texas church that was the site of a mass shooting as details emerged about the alleged shooter's military service and discharge.
A Texas A&M University-Commerce administrator says that the student that died of an apparent suicide earlier this week did so by falling from a university residence hall.
A music-based fraternity at Texas A&M University-Commerce is hosting a recital at the end of the month with the aim of raising money and awareness for mental health improvement efforts.
The Commerce Public Library has just been awarded a $22,190 grant from the Ladd and Katherine Hancher Foundation to digitize the complete Commerce Journal from 1901 to the present. The Library will be mailing the microfilm to a company that will digitize the microfilm reels, index and make…
The winningest football coach in Texas A&M University-Commerce history will be honored this weekend at the final home game of the season as the football field will be renamed in his honor.
More than 500 jobs were added to the local County workforce between August and September, and the Hunt County unemployment rate remains at its lowest level in almost two decades, according to a report released Oct. 20 by the Texas Workforce Commission.
The City of Commerce and Texas A&M University-Commerce is gearing up to host a regional music competition slated to bring in hundreds of students, its first time doing so.
Veterans will be saluted in downtown Greenville next month during the annual Hunt County Veterans Day Parade, then will receive a free lunch courtesy of VITAS Healthcare.
A special grand jury will be set to investigate the April death of Christine Jewell Sandlin, a school crossing guard in Greenville, according to the special prosecutor handling the incident.
A Christmas tradition continues this year with the 35th annual Candlelight Tour of Homes, presented by the Commerce Community Action Program.
Local police were presented with a special gift while citizens and university students were honored at the October meeting of the Commerce City Council on Tuesday.
The newest Trustee was sworn in and multiple agreements with the university were passed at the October meeting of the Commerce Independent School District Board of Trustees on Monday
Vendors and shoppers in the area will have a chance to participate in the second annual Holiday Market next month at Texas A&M University-Commerce.
Commerce City Manager Darrek Ferrell sat down with the Commerce Journal on Tuesday to discuss progress on a proposed “residents only’ parking system as well as the search for a new city Police Chief.
The University Police Department spoke Tuesday about a robbery that occurred Monday on the Texas A&M University-Commerce campus.
The City of Commerce enjoyed another boost in sales tax rebate revenue this month, according to a report issued Wednesday by the Texas Comptroller’s Office.
Hunt County Shared Ministries (FISH), in partnership with the Hunt County Coalition, is accepting applications until October 31 for Thanksgiving and Christmas Food Baskets through the “Hunt County Gives” program. Those needing assistance for the upcoming holiday season may register at FISH l…
The Commerce Police Department released a statement earlier today regarding an attempted child abduction that occurred Wednesday in Commerce.
Adults with disabilities have an outlet to express their artistic side as a weekly program has sprung up in Commerce in the past month.