A local organization is joining forces with the local police department to improve relationships and understanding between law enforcement and the public at large.
Some faculty members at Texas A&M University-Commerce had the chance of a lifetime last week, getting to perform with a world-renowned operatic singer in front of thousands of fans.
Ever since John Weatherford stepped down from his seat on the Commerce City Council earlier this year, there has been a mad dash to fill in his position, as six people have filed to run in an election for the single spot.
The online speculation had been in full force since the announcement that National Championship-winning coach Colby Carthel would be leaving the Texas A&M University-Commerce football program last weekend, but the wait was over Sunday when the university officially announced David Bailif…
Thanks to a grant, the Northeast Texas Children’s Museum has been taking its giant inflatable “MEGALung” to schools throughout Hunt County to teach children about lung health and the dangers of smoking.
Band students at Commerce High School competed in TMEA All-Region auditions on Monday, and 10 will be advancing to the next round of tryouts.
A reception is being held at the home of Bob and Sherry Johnson in Commerce, and the Commerce Community Action Program will award its most valued volunteer at the event.
The Commerce City Council met in special session Monday afternoon and passed a resolution appointing Lana Adams as a part-time associate judge for the city’s municipal court.
While plenty of people in Commerce like to spread some Christmas cheer with some holiday decorations, some residents go beyond just light strips and wreaths on their door.
The Commerce Independent School District Police Department released information regarding what appears to be a self-harm incident involving a 4th grade student at A.C. Williams Elementary School on Tuesday.
The public is invited to witness a Christmas music extravaganza soon as the Texas A&M University-Commerce Music Department hosts its annual Holiday Gala Concert.
For many, Thanksgiving Day is about family, friends, football and food. But for some, the day is also about getting in some exercise, enjoying the outdoors, and supporting a good cause.
Commerce High School Band Director Kara Wallace has been invited by a music sorority at Texas A&M University-Commerce to speak about her experiences and give advice as a woman in the field of music.
The Commerce City Council last Tuesday discussed how to move forward regarding a 2017 state law that allows companies to install small cell tower-like “network nodes” within city limits.
CAMPBELL — The entire northbound side of a portion of State Highway 24 in Campbell was shut down for more than an hour late Tuesday morningwhile emergency responders attended to a major vehicle accident involving five A&M-Commerce students, three of which were taken to area hospitals.
As Thanksgiving week approached, Commerce Journal reporter Ryan Scott quizzed dozens of Commerce-area residents, asking each, “What are you thankful for this year?” It is our hope that reading all the replies will remind each of us to slow down enough in the course of our fast-paced lives th…
A large number of students were recognized last week at a meeting of the Commerce Independent School District Board of Trustees.
Avid runners or those who wish for a place to play with their four-legged friends have an opportunity to raise money for a potential dog park in the city.
There’s a good chance that if someone has been involved in Commerce High School sports in any way in the last 30 years, they are familiar with Jeff Davidson.
Since its first production at Covent Garden on March 15, 1773 audiences have been able to experience the hilarity of Oliver Goldsmith’s best known comedy “She Stoops to Conquer.”
As Veteran’s Day comes nearer, many in America take time to reflect and honor those who have served in the nation’s military forces. But one Hunt County veteran has the needs of people like him on his mind more than just one day out of the year.
It’s been no secret that traffic in the city has been affected by an ongoing sidewalk project, but the Commerce City Manager said Monday that the entirety of the project is close to two-thirds of the way finished.
Maci DeForest, left, and Bennett Brock were winners of a competition on the Commerce Journal Facebook page for the most popular Halloween costume.
Those looking for homemade gift ideas, Christmas ornaments or other items can once again look no further than right here in town, as Texas A&M University-Commerce will host its annual Holiday Market for the third consecutive year.
Since 1975, the Greenville and greater Hunt County community has been visited by the symphonic sounds of orchestral music from Dallas, and one current symphony member recalls his time growing up in Greenville and how the music he witnessed helped guide his path in life.
The Commerce High School Roaring Tiger Band showed its talent on Monday at the UIL Marching Contest at Mesquite’s Memorial Stadium, receiving the highest possible rating from judges.
A tradition more than a quarter-century in the making will be observed next week, as the 27th annual Veteran’s Vigil will take place on the Texas A&M University-Commerce campus.
The Commerce Public Library will be a bit safer moving forward, as a recent grant is allowing the library to purchase a defibrillator to be housed on site.
Texas A&M University-Commerce will host another guest as part of the Sam Rayburn Speaker Series as Dr. Michael Eric Dyson comes to Commerce to speak.
About 50 local business owners gathered at city hall on the night of Oct. 18, arguing they have been harassed by panhandlers, transients and scam artists on a daily basis.
UPDATE: The Chamber of Commerce announced Tuesday that the event will be moved indoors to the Commerce Parks and Recreation Gym due to expected inclement weather. The gym is located at 1503 Pecan Street, just south of the Fire Station.
For the second year, the Commerce Community Action Program is selling tickets to a Texas holiday tradition as part of a fundraising effort by the organization.
- A&M-C faculty perform in concert with Andrea Bocelli
- Council election preview: Get to know your Commerce council candidates
- ‘Luckiest band director in the world’ speaks to A&M-C students
- Former Rice, Texas State coach Bailiff named to head A&M-Commerce position
- Carthel leaving A&M-Commerce, will take head position at SFA
- Police respond to possible self-harm incident at A.C. Williams Tuesday
- Commerce resident’s impressive Christmas decorations shine bright
- Defending champs too much for Commerce as Lady Tigers fall 86-27
- Tigers lose consolation final in tough tourney, beat VA at home
- Former Commerce Police Chief appointed as judge