A Hunt County church is reaching out across the county to help a community stay warm through the winter with a coat drive.
A pair of students from Commerce High School will attend the All-Region Jazz Clinic and Concert next week, and will find out their All-State fate there as well.
The Commerce High School Cheerleading squad took home some hardware from the Universal Cheerleaders Association North Texas Regional Competition last weekend.
With the official start of filing for next year’s political party primaries just a few days away, one local longtime law enforcement officer has chosen to retire at the end of his current term.
A tradition that spans almost three decades continues at Texas A&M University-Commerce as the 28th Annual Veteran’s Vigil is scheduled for next week.
Several changes at Texas A&M University-Commerce were announced in an email from President Dr. Mark Rudin to students, staff and faculty.
Information from a witness pinpoints Brandon Ray Gonzales as the person who shot and killed two people early Sunday morning inside The Party Venue.
A local man has been arrested and charged with capital murder in connection with the shooting deaths of two individuals and wounding of six others at a crowded Hunt County event venue.
The Commerce Independent School District stated that it was inaccurate when saying that a lockdown of Commerce High School did not take place Monday morning.
The second fatality in a shooting at a Halloween party on Texas A&M University-Commerce Homecoming weekend Saturday night west of Greenville was identified to the Commerce Journal by family early Monday morning.
Gunshots range out through the air Sunday night at a vigil in Dallas for one of the victims of the mass shooting at a Halloween party on Texas A&M University-Commerce Homecoming weekend that occurred late Saturday.
A Dallas-area television station reportedly spoke with the mother of one of the two people killed in a deadly shooting west of Greenville and confirmed his identity.
The recent shooting at an event venue west if Greenville has received national attention. here's what some people are saying about the incident on social media:
The annual holiday fundraiser for the Commerce Community Action Program is underway, with tickets on sale for the annual candlelight tour of homes in Jefferson, Texas.
The Commerce Independent School District Board of Trustees received the district’s annual audit and approved several improvement plans at its regular October meeting Monday.
The Commerce Journal will cease printing after the release of its upcoming Oct. 31 issue and will instead become a part of the Herald-Banner publication.
Attorneys for a defendant charged in a reported double homicide near Commerce more than three years ago are seeking to have the pending capital murder indictment dismissed.
Just three years ago, Dallas first-grade teacher Eric Hale earned his master’s degree in education from Texas A&M University-Commerce to advance his career.
Country music artist and East Texas-native Cody Wayne will play in Commerce this weekend. But his upcoming performance holds special significance as he campaigns to raise money for U.S. veterans with his latest single.
The Commerce Rotary Club is raising funds to put an end to polio with a fundraising event at the Texas A&M University-Commerce Planetarium.
Tucked away in a couple of rooms in the back of the old Commerce Junior High Gym, model trains whir around through remarkable scenes and tracks that members of the East Texas Model Railroad Club have built and rebuilt throughout the years.
The University Police Department at Texas A&M University-Commerce will be hosting a free event for the community at National Night Out next week.
A class at Texas A&M University-Commerce has created a free four-week program designed to help “break the cycle” and inform people of mental health issues in the community and how to properly handle to topic.
For the second time in as many months, the Commerce City Council tabled a measure that would establish a lien forgiveness program on properties within the city on Tuesday, and it looks as if the city will be starting from square one.
Local women are invited to spend a day in fellowship and hear a renowned speaker at an upcoming women’s conference scheduled for the beginning of next month.
The Saint Louis Brass Quintet will bring their unique blend of virtuosic performance and comedic antics to the stage in Commerce later this month.
Those with an interest in regional history will have two opportunities this week to hear from an expert in railroad history.
Those who pay taxes in the Commerce area will have an extra day to do so as the substation in Commerce will now be open two days a week.
A third-grade teacher at A.C. Williams Elementary School in Commerce was a recipient of the “We Teach Texas” Leadership Fellow Scholarship.
Karen Sue Vickery, age 75, of Hot Springs Village, Arkansas, formerly of Commerce, Texas, passed away on September 22, 2019, in Ironton, Missouri. She was born in August of 1944 in Cardwell, Missouri, to Herman and Ludean Clark and is survived by her husband of 51 years, James L. "Jim" Vicke…
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