A follow-up to a story first reported by the East Texas News.
The help Cindy Bridges received in correcting a muddy mess at her driveway entrance came just in time. A neighbor found Bridges in a diabetic coma Wednesday morning. Ambulance drivers were able to drive right up to her house and now Bridges is resting comfortably.
The day before crews fixed the entrance that was blocked after the Melrose Water Department did some repairs back in November. After our call the problem was taken care of.
The private roads in her neighborhood do not have adequate drainage. The county has offered to take over the roads, but many of the low income residents living there are not willing to pay for culverts that would bring the roads up to county specifications.
It's true that the essential efforts for a successful university include marketing and fundraising. Stephen F. Austin State University Regents moved forward in both areas Tuesday following a three-day board and committee meeting.More >>
The Angelina County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in finding new information about the death of Franklin Donald Cox, 73. Cox’s body was found outside his home in the River Crest community on March 24.More >>
Deputies with the Angelina County Sheriff’s Office arrested a 47-year-old man Monday in connection to allegations he used his vehicle to block a friend of his estranged wife from driving home after he set fire to the man’s yard on June 20.More >>
A new building for Stephen F. Austin State University sits across from Johnson Coliseum on University Drive. It houses the Residence Life Operations Unit and the University Printing Services.More >>
The jury trial for a Center man accused of sexually assaulting two boys back in 2011 started Tuesday morning.More >>