Voters will head to the polls again next week as early voting in the upcoming May 7 local elections gets underway, along with a pair of constitutional amendments.
Dayton is home to some of the finest people around, and it is a place, so many of us love to call our home.
City of Dayton officials have been hard at work in an effort to tighten the purse strings after City Manager Steve Floyd informed both council and the public that the city is in dire financial shape.
In a shocking move, Monday evening, visiting Judge Michael Mayes declared the March 1 Republican Primary race for Liberty County Commissioner Pct. 4 null and void.
The Dayton Chamber of Commerce is inviting the community to join them for the Dayton City Council Candidate Forum.
A lifelong resident of the City of Liberty and second-generation business owner, Tommy Brents, is announcing his candidacy to serve on the town’s City Council.
On the ballot for the upcoming May 7th election are Dayton City Council positions 1 and 2. Janette Goulder-Frick is seeking election to position Pos. 2 occupied by incumbent Sherial Lawson.
The Dayton Train, or more specifically how to get around it, was the hot topic at the Dayton Community Center last Thursday evening as TxDOT shared plans and asked for public input from the community.
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