In light of the Texas Rose Festival Parade on Saturday, the Tyler Police Department will have traffic in the area stopped for a few hours.
As approximately 750 people gathered for the 86th Texas Rose Festival Distinguished Men’s Luncheon on Friday at The Cascades, the guest speaker told a story of his relationship with the one and only “Tyler Rose.”
Whitney Wolfe Herd co-founded the dating app Tinder in 2012, left in 2014, successfully sued the company for sexual harassment, and founded a rival app called Bumble.
Jacksonville Police Department was responding to a report of a fatal crash Friday just inside the city limits.
The new building for St. Mary Magdalene Catholic Church in Flint will become a gem of a church filled with visual richness and symbolism, according to the church’s pastor.
Three food establishments and a bakery have reopened at a Tyler shopping center after plumbing issues forced their temporary closure earlier this month.
Each Friday the Tyler Morning Telegraph runs a photo page called Best Shots. The page combines our favorite staff photographs of the week along with reader-submitted pictures.
Longtime friends bowed toward each other as they came together at Tyler City Hall.
Those who attended the Texas Rose Festival’s opening ceremony Thursday were encouraged to follow the example of women of inspiration and do what is right.
U.S. Army Vietnam War veteran Donny Ingram, of Tyler, was delighted to be a part of the 19th Brookshire’s and Super 1 Foods Heroes Flight.
Thirty-five thousand rosebushes put down roots in national history on Thursday, as local leaders unveiled a plaque declaring Tyler’s Municipal Rose Garden a National Historic Landmark.
The Tyler Police Department awarded badges to 11 new police recruits during a Thursday ceremony.
Get some food, set the table, don’t forget your cape. It’s time for the annual Jones Elementary School Rose Parade.
The Old Firehouse in Edom will present a nine-concert series of acoustic music beginning Saturday.
The Texas Rose Festival, Tyler's oldest and largest tradition, takes place today through Sunday.
The SPCA of East Texas' Dogtoberfest Craft Beer Festival and Animal Adoption Event, now in its fourth year, promises to be bigger than ever. The event is in a new location and has more participants.
A “mystery gown” is among gowns worn by ladies-in-waiting during past Texas Rose Festival coronations that are displayed during the 11th annual Festivals Gone By exhibition.
Bollywood is coming to Tyler.
There will be 10 amendments on the statewide ballot on Nov. 5.
Early voting begins Monday in Smith County for items that will be on the ballot Nov. 5.
After months of preparation, Tyler’s oldest and largest annual celebration will begin Thursday morning with the snip of a rose-covered ribbon.
The Tyler Junior College Steel Drum Line has been performing sounds of the Caribbean since its inception in fall of 2004.
Area veterans will be honored for their service with an all-expenses paid tour of Washington, D.C., memorials and monuments during the 19th Brookshire’s and Super 1 Foods Heroes Flight.
Dr. Shaadi Khademi, an occupational and environmental medicine physician, is scheduled to lead Thursday’s Walk With a Doc.
Van Zandt County lifted its burn ban Wednesday morning.
An Athens woman was arrested after midnight Wednesday when she admitted to having meth in her bra and meth was found in her purse during a Henderson County Sheriff’s Office traffic stop.
A Smith County commissioner earned a certificate from the County Judges and Commissioners Association of Texas for completing an advanced class on county government.
No injuries were reported after a church fire in Van Zandt County early Wednesday morning.
The University of Texas Health Science Center at Tyler’s academic and research programs could become part of the University of Texas at Tyler.
A federal grant that the city is seeking to revitalize downtown Tyler is causing controversy for the Smith County Commissioners Court with a prominent political action committee.
A state representative from Tyler is calling on the speaker of the Texas House of Representatives to resign his post in light of a tape made public on Tuesday.
The frenetic trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange came to life for hundreds of students on Tuesday.
Winn Morton’s eyes light up when the conversation turns to one of his favorite subjects — the circus.
John Anderson has been named editor of the Tyler Morning Telegraph. Publisher Justin Wilcox said the veteran journalist will take over management of the Tyler print and digital news operations.
Smith County officials will consider putting about $200,000 into a new set of bridge improvements in the southeastern part of the county.
The Smith County government has created a webpage with information related to the new courthouse the Commissioners Court is in the process of proposing.
Scrappy the Chihuahua was aggressive to most people, but with the help of an adoptive owner and a local nonprofit, he’s got a new home.
When Alexis Renee Smith needs good advice on being the Texas Rose Festival’s duchess of the rose growers, she doesn’t have to look far.
Cooper Dude is a handsome boy! He is a 56-pound American pit bull terrier mix that was relinquished from a puppy mill. Cooper already has been neutered, microchipped, completely vaccinated, and is on heartworm, flea and tick prevention. Cooper needs an active family and a home that has a 6 f…
A motion to have a separate jury hear evidence regarding intellectual disability concerning one of three men accused in a fatal January 2017 convenience store robbery was denied Monday in a Smith County court pretrial hearing.
A Tyler Independent School District trustee has been selected to become a Master Trustee.
Four Bishop Thomas K. Gorman Catholic School seniors have been named national merit scholars for their achievements on the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test.
The Tyler Police Department is searching for an armed man who carjacked a woman.
Starting Monday morning, visitors to tylerpaper.com will have to be subscribers to access most of the newspaper’s content. Print subscribers needn’t worry because digital access is included in the price of a subscription. The change will only affect those who regularly read the newspaper onl…
The sun was shining with a chill in the air as beep baseball teams from all over Texas gathered Saturday at Moore MST Magnet School in Tyler for the 11th annual Great Texas Shoot Out, an event intended to raise awareness for breast cancer and blindness.
When Elizabeth Anne Schoenbrun was a cute little preschooler, her grandfather, Ron, delighted in showing off his little princess backstage during the Rose Queen’s Coronation.
Nearly 100 kids from all over Texas, hanging by their fingers and toes, climbed the Tyler Rock Gym walls Saturday to compete in the Junior Competitive Climbing Association’s (JCCA) Bouldering Season Qualifier.
Appetizers are the new dinner party. Small plates, snacking and shared meals are all the rage as restaurantgoers and home diners alike turn away from overwhelming portions and look for something different.
The fridge. Frigerator. Some even called it, “The Frigidaire.” A few decades ago it had many names.
Thousands of people packed Blackberry Square in downtown Lindale Saturday to enjoy vendor booths, festival games, fresh barbecue and cool weather during the city’s annual CountryFest.