City work crews have repaired two water main breaks that on Monday caused traffic to be rerouted at the intersections of Houston and Rucker streets and Pearl and Baker Streets.
The driver of a Jeep escaped serious injuries in a two-vehicle crash Monday afternoon on Highway 377 East near McDonald's.
Granbury City Council member Trish Reiner was taken to the hospital for observation following a car accident that occurred after she suffered some type of "medical episode," according to City Manag
Multiple crews from Granbury's Public Works Department worked two water main breaks and rerouted traffic in both areas Monday morning.
The city of Granbury's next Bulk Trash Clean-up Day will be Saturday (June 13). It was rescheduled from April due to COVID-19.
Diapers in sizes 4, 5 and 6 are needed, as well as baby wipes, for the Blessed Baby Diaper Ministry at Southside Baptist Church.
Get ready to sweat. Temperatures will mostly be in the upper 90s all week, according to the forecast. A mild break is expected on Tuesday with the thermometer reaching "only" 92.
A second Black Lives Matter rally on the square to protest police brutality was peaceful and incident-free Sunday, just as the one on Saturday had been.
In a parade to honor the Granbury Class of 2020, students passed by in decorated vehicles Wednesday night while spectators cheered along the route.
A protest against police brutality toward blacks drew about 150 people to the courthouse on the square Saturday, many of them carrying signs with messages such as "Black Lives Matter." The rally, o
We don’t see racism here; everyone here is so nice. Why do people have to bring skin color into it? Can’t we all just get along? We’re all human. I don’t see color. What about reverse racism?
Precinct 4 Commissioner Dave Eagle's motion to adopt his resolution declaring Hood County a sanctuary county for businesses went nowhere at the last Commissioners Court meeting, but he has placed i
Lou and Laura Campbell hope to get you on the dance floor.
The body of a 32-year man was found in the middle of a road Thursday night, an apparent victim of a hit-andrun, authorities said. Deputies responded about midnight to Holly Hills Cemetery Road and Del Prado Drive in Mesa Grande north of Granbury.
A Glen Rose nurse was killed when a speeding car collided with her vehicle, according to police and witnesses.
The Pecan Plantation Volunteer Fire Department/Emergency Medical Auxiliary happily announces that the group will meet collectively Monday evening.
A group of Granbury seniors found a fun way to close the year. They held a prom party at Celebration Hall complete with food, dancing and a chance to show their prom wear.
Two protests against police brutality are planned for the courthouse on the square this weekend, one on Saturday and one on Sunday.
Lou Campbell calls it “love to dance time, not show time.”
Members of the Granbury Class of 2020, including (from left) Leah D’Souza, Neesa McGuire and Delaney Dawson, were in the spotlight at the senior parade Wednesday evening. Parents and well-wishers lined the parade route along Crossland Road with cameras in hand. Seniors passed by in decorated vehicles, peering out of sunroofs and in trailers pulled by pickups. Some displayed paraphernalia from colleges they will be attending, and many shot video of the parade from their perspective. The parade was organized by Susie Makens to honor the class of 2020 since several senior class activities were canceled due to precautions for COVID-19.
Beaten to death; molested; deprived of food; tortured – when reading about violence against children, an inevitable question arises: What makes a person do this to a child?
DR. O’TOOLE LEFT A LEGACY
Kristen Babiash (center), a graduating senior at Granbury High School, was the winner of a $10,000 scholarship sponsored by Tom and Susan Durant through the Granbury ISD Education Foundation. Babiash is pictured with (from left) father Kevin, brother Konner, mother Lynette, and GEF board members Stacy Mitchell, Sara Galvan and Jeremy Glenn.
The city of Granbury has reduced the admission price for the Dana Vollmer Municipal Swim Center.
The Granbury Opera House will open at 50% capacity on Friday, June 12 – opening night for the Granbury Theatre Company’s “Legally Blonde.”