The Tyler ISD board of trustees on Monday reviewed the involvement of student voting on high school campuses and approved adding Bipolar Ionization to the heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems, which will reduce allergens and virus transmissions throughout school campuses.

It was a rewarding day for staff at the Christus Trinity Mother Frances Jacksonville Hospital as the team was surprised with the first-ever DAISY Team Award after a nomination from Jamie Maddox, chief nursing officer at the Jacksonville hospital.

Skip is a big lover boy! He was surrendered to Pets Fur People because of the health of his owner and is available for adoption at the Humane Society’s Pets Fur People in Tyler. Big Skip weighs about 80 pounds and has been neutered, is current on starting vaccinations including rabies and ha…

The “Old Rose" Open House was held on Saturday at the 1859 Goodman-LeGrand House and Museum as part of the Tyler's Rose Season and the Texas Rose Festival celebration.

Trixie was surrendered to the SPCA after her owner passed away. She is a 9.5-year-old Ridgeback mix. Trixie loves toys and going out for walks! She is potty trained and has never shown aggression towards other animals. Our vet removed several masses from her back, so her hair is growing back…

Each week, 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.

Surrounded by the beauty of the Tyler Rose garden, spectators gathered Saturday at the Texas Rose Festival Queen’s Tea in hopes of getting a close look at the queen and her court.

The Texas Rose Festival was back for the 88th time Saturday after last year's festivities were canceled because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Streets were lined with cheering families and smiling faces, excited to once again celebrate the Rose City.