Bridge demo accomplished without a hitch
The scheduled two-night demolition of Gainesville’s Star Street Bridge became a single night’s work spanning Tuesday into Wednesday, with much of the bridge busted away ahead of plan.
Sharp discusses tax revenue, city development
Executive Director Kent Sharp of the Gainesville Economic Development Corporation (GEDC) discussed tax revenue and rebates at the Wednesday Lion’s Club meeting.
- FBI agent visits Rotary
Stanford House to benefit from Butterfield show
Tickets remain available for Thursday’s benefit performance of “The Prisoner of Second Avenue,” a comedy by playwright legend Neil Simon.
Graduates honored at spring 2013 commencement
Family and friends packed Lions Fieldhouse on the North Central Texas College Gainesville campus Thursday and Friday to honor and recognize the graduating class of 2013.
County carnival to help fight domestic violence
A fundraiser carnival set for early June will benefit the Abigail’s Arms crisis center and pay tribute to the month of June itself, which is “Domestic Violence Awareness Month” in Cooke County.
Task force to clean up, improve city safety
Having brought visible progress to one area of Gainesville, a recently formed civic improvement committee has sights set on another.
- GHS elects council officers
NCTC offers business management program
FLOWER MOUND – North Central Texas College offers many degree plans and certifications including one in business management.
City Council approves smoking ban
A smoking ban ordinance was approved during Tuesday’s regular Gainesville City Council meeting, set to take effect within 30 days.
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