The city of Granbury is inviting the public to two events scheduled for Wednesday, May 18, and two events set for Saturday, May 21.
The May 7 special election is over, but now a runoff looms. Early voting for the May 24 runoff election will be May 16-20.
Granbury City Manager Chris Coffman hopes that the creation of a new position within the city will mean that economic development efforts will have stability and continuity, regardless of any partnerships with the chamber and county.
As the city and eager developers await word about the contested permit for a second wastewater treatment plant, opponents of the plant's Old Granbury Road location point to a legal brief from the Office of the Public Interest Counsel that states the city did not meet its burden of proof on two issues.
Junior third baseman Lillian Williams was named the Granbury Lady Pirates softball team's Most Valuable Player as fans and family gathered Wednesday to honor their athletes at the River View R…
BOYD — The Lipan softball season ended Monday at Boyd High School as the Lady Indians were unable to overcome Muenster despite outhitting the Lady Hornets in an 8-4 area-round playoff loss.
On Saturday, Granbury athletic trainer Andy Rankin had the unique challenge of feeding a group of teenage baseball players without making them sluggish between games two and three of the Pirat…
Lipan garnered eight hits, but they didn’t translate into the number of runs the Lady Indians needed in a 10-4 game one loss on Friday against Muenster at Godley High School.
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July 4th will be here before you know it, and slots are filling fast for the chamber's three-day "With Liberty & Justice for All" celebration. There are still some spaces left for arts and crafts vendors and the Hometown Parade, but they're going fast.
AUSTIN ─ Governor Greg Abbott today announced the Texas Music Office (TMO) and Visit Granbury―City of Granbury Convention & Visitors Bureau will cohost a Music Friendly Community workshop on Monday, May 2, at 4 pm.