When Luther Slay became founding director of the Shepherd’s Storehouse 30 years ago, he couldn’t help but remember the golden advice his father had given him as a child.

“I was a young boy growing up in Mississippi,” Slay said. “My dad died when I was 14 years old. I ca...

Somewhere in the imaginary snow-capped mountains of Pilot Point, the grumpy old Grinch is stomping his feet in disapproval of the town’s sudden display of Christmas spirit. Over the weekend, several store owners transformed their storefronts into colorful depictions of...

A gas leak prompted the evacuation of students from Monaco Elementary School in Providence Village early Tuesday morning.

    

Staff members led students out of the school and escorted them across Cape Cod Boulevard into the Providence Homeowners Associati...

Veterans and Pilot Point residents will gather on The Square Saturday for the reveal of a long-awaited World War I monument.

The memorial project began four years and was spearheaded by Bob Albrecht, owner of Lowbrows Beer and Wine Garden, who died in June. Albrecht’s...

Future residents in developments along FM 2931 in Aubrey’s extraterritorial jurisdiction, including Silverado, will have roughly $1 billion in water district debt to pay back.

     

Five people voted on four propositions about debt The Lakes Fresh Wat...

Lindsey True took sibling rivalry to a new level – one that has helped her and other students at Pilot Point High School.

     

Lindsey is part of the Pilot Point High School robotics team advancing to the Boosting Engineering Science and Technology R...

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