Tyler Junior College formally announced its newest team of Apache Belles.
Tyler Police Officer Johnny Green was recognized with the Blueprint Blue Ribbon Award recently at a City Council meeting for his intense commitment to helping others in need and his dedication to the residents of Tyler, according to a news release from the city.
A new viral giving campaign to help teachers has swept the nation, and one local business is making teachers’ dreams come true.
This happy smiling girl is Ruby. She is available for adoption at the Humane Society’s Pets Fur People in Tyler. Ruby is 2 years old and a bit shy. Because of her shyness Ruby has been at Pets Fur People since she was a puppy. Once Ruby feels comfortable with you she is very affectionate and…
My wife left town to visit relatives, so I had the fridge and TV all to myself.
The journey to a new headquarters for The Mentoring Alliance didn’t find its legs until leadership made the decision to just start walking and see where God would lead them.
Families across Tyler got the opportunity to get the school year started off on the right foot.
Tyler Junior College has named Dr. Deana Sheppard as the college’s new provost and vice president for academic and student affairs. She begins her duties at TJC on Oct. 1.
The Smith County Peace Officers Association will receive more than $44,000 in contributions to renovate its training center.
The Tyler Police Department is investigating an overnight burglary at Best Buy that is believed to be related to a series of burglaries at the electronics retailer across the state.
Adopting a theme for the new school year of “find a way to win,” Tyler ISD employees flocked in for a general convocation Thursday to the beat of a drum line welcoming them at the door.
A judge has extended the plea agreement deadline in the murder case against a 25-year-old Tyler man accused of fatally shooting another man at a local shopping center in December.
The city of Whitehouse is proposing to keep its property tax rate level going into the upcoming fiscal year.
Smith County school districts showed they are above average with seven of eight earning an A or B rating from the state for overall performance last school year. The state released its accountability ratings for the 2018-19 school year on Thursday.
The adjutant general of Texas, Maj. Gen. Tracy R. Norris, presided over the retirement ceremony of Maj. Gen. James K. “Red” Brown, of Lindale, the deputy commanding general of Army National Guard.
The University of Texas at Tyler is enacting a tri-semester system this year in its nursing program, officials announced Thursday.
Tickets to the Texas Rose Festival will go on sale Sept. 1, providing the public the first chance to secure a seat at some of the celebration’s most popular events.
The Tyler Police Department is investigating an aggravated sexual assault at a Tyler apartment complex.
A UT Health East Texas AIR 1 emergency helicopter has a new home base: UT Health Quitman.
Five members of Dental Health Command Europe traveled to Latvia recently to provide dental support to members of the 1st Combat Aviation Brigade who are deployed on a nine-month aviation rotation from Fort Riley, Kansas, as part of Atlantic Resolve.
Vandals damaged dozens of tombstones in a rural cemetery near Eustace, Henderson County Sheriff Botie Hillhouse said.
Tens of thousands of people visit Tyler State Park each year but only a small percentage of visitors take time to explore its many miles of trails, post oak savanna and beaver pond, Boyd Sanders, park ranger, said.
Kansas band bassist Billy Greer has noticed something interesting as the band prepares to head to Longview on Sept. 1.
Organizers of the ninth annual Art of Peace festival Sept. 14-22 in Tyler have announced activities ranging from an art show to a community meal as ways to promote the cause of peace.
The Center for Earth & Space Science Education, 1411 E. Lake St. at Tyler Junior College, will present "Rock N Roll Saturday" on Saturday.
School isn’t back in session yet for Tyler Independent School District, but that didn’t stop thousands of families all over the district from going to middle school this week.
Rex Covington, also known as Lone Star Rider, found his way to Tyler on Wednesday as he rides his motorcycle around the U.S., seeking to raise $90,000 to help fund research by the American Diabetes Association to find a cure for diabetes.
The Tyler City Council has proposed raising property taxes from a rate of 24.4452 cents per $100 of property valuation to 25.99 cents.
BULLARD, Texas — Bullard High School head softball coach Megan Dobrinski has passed away after being diagnosed with cancer.
City Manager Ed Broussard is proposing a budget that increases property taxes and water fees and spends more on roads, police, fire and other services.
A new school year has begun at Bishop Thomas K. Gorman Catholic School, and with it comes a new principal.
The Democratic Club of Smith County is hosting the TDP Voter ID 101 Training at 5 p.m. Tuesday in the Genecov Room, at the Tyler Chamber of Commerce, 315 N. Broadway Ave.
An East Texas real estate group joined the voices of Smith County residents who are asking the Smith County Commissioners Court not to raise their taxes.
Smith County officials on Tuesday released the name of the man who died in a Monday house fire.
A former city councilman and current candidate for Tyler mayor has joined a city panel that makes infrastructure recommendations to the City Council.
The governing body that oversees the electric grid in Texas is asking residents to limit their use of electricity during peak hours.
Hundreds of families came out to a new event offering free healthy produce and information about community resources.
The blood shortage in East Texas is no longer at a critical stage, a representative of the blood bank that serves the area said Tuesday.
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After three years of seeking to have the Commissioners Court raise her salary and getting less than she asked for, the Smith County Treasurer has filed a formal grievance.
The Tyler City Council will consider the upcoming budget and may propose a property tax rate at a meeting on Wednesday.
BULLARD — Carolyn Welty, a senior at The Brook Hill School in Bullard, plans to study international business in college. She says being a business owner could be in her future.
Tyler Independent School District expects to move up a full letter grade when the state releases accountability ratings later this week.
Chris Bell, a candidate for the U.S. Senate, announced that he will campaign in Tyler on Tuesday.
The Tyler Junior College Board of Trustees will hold a public hearing on its 2019-2020 fiscal year proposed tax rate at 11 a.m. Thursday in the White Administrative Services Center on the main campus.
An Elkhart woman was killed Saturday in a one-car accident, the Department of Public Safety said.
Tyler Independent School District has been honored for its commitment to the arts.
Some people say a uniquely different invention of George Arthur Spencer on his property in the Cross Roads community near Athens looks like an alien antenna. Spencer jokes that it is a feeder for giraffes.
Tyler ISD hosted its Summer Graduation ceremony at the district’s Career and Technology Center on Friday.