Drivers should expect traffic delays next week.
Monday is National Firefighter Day, and the Friends of Memorial Lane committee is asking Hood Countians to wear red (representing fire) and blue (representing water) all week to honor firefighters.
Although Granbury city officials can’t force County Attorney Matt Mills to prosecute those who violate the governor’s orders pertaining to the COVID-19 pandemic, they still have a couple of moves on the chess board.
County Court-at-Law Judge Vincent Messina has appointed a special prosecutor to do what County Attorney Matt Mills refuses to do: prosecute violators of the governor’s executive orders related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Granbury city officials said this week that County Attorney Matt Mills’ refusal to prosecute violators of the governor’s COVID-19-related executive orders has put police officers and the public at risk and threatened the city’s enforcement ability.
City and county officials received confirmation from the attorney general's office Friday evening that Texas Executive Order GA-18 signed by the governor carries "the force and effect of law," per
Several Granbury restaurants opened Friday, the first day they could open with not more than 50 percent capacity based on Friday's positive count criteria for COVID-19.
Due to COVID-19, the city had to cancel its spring Bulk Trash Cleanup Day, but a new date of Saturday, June 13 has been announced.
Two utility vehicles with a total value of $11,000 were stolen from Oak Trail Shores.
News might be coming soon from the Granbury Theatre Company about when it plans to start stage performances again at the Granbury Opera House.
When I was growing up near Acton we had no electricity and no indoor plumbing.
Four Granbury High School student athletes announced college plans during staggered signing ceremonies Thursday.
Granbury school district Teachers and Paraprofessionals of the Year have been named.
Our amazing AMS kiddos,
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Firefighters freed a woman trapped in her vehicle after a rollover Monday afternoon on Highway 377 between Tolar and Bluff Dale. The woman lost control of her vehicle after a tire blew out, she said on Facebook. She said she was bruised, but “I am fine thanks to the almighty God above.” Her sister, who was a passenger, had a broken wrist, her sister said.
Together, we are walking through unchartered territory.
The annual Memorial Day weekend Field of Flags display will go on as planned, according to co-chairs Chaplain Doug Pruitt and Cathy Castro.
The county and the city of Granbury will be open for business Friday, based on decisions that were made just as the HCN was going to press Tuesday morning.
Chamber president and CEO Mike Scott said Monday that he will make a decision by June 1 on the Old Fashioned 4th of July Celebration.
Hood Countians’ opinions vary in response to Gov. Greg Abbott’s announcement that stores, restaurants and movie theaters may reopen Friday with 25 percent occupancy.
The city of Granbury has won a legal challenge to controversial involuntary annexations that took place last year.