Dayton Community Development Corporation (DCDC), which is Dayton’s economic development entity, is pleased to announce the promotion of Tera Aguero to Economic Development Coordinator. In her new position, Tera will be responsibility business & community outreach, along with community development projects...Read more
Each year, Lamar University has the pleasure of honoring outstanding alumni leaders in community service and philanthropy, business and civic engagement. This year Mr. Larry Norwood has been selected to receive the highest award Lamar University bestows upon its graduates. He was honored on May 7...Read more
At the Liberty City Council meeting on Tuesday night, Liberty Mayor Carl Pickett proclaimed the month of May as Motorcycle Safety and Awareness Month.
The proclamation urges the community to become aware of the dangers...Read more
The face of leadership at the City of Plum Grove underwent a few changes Monday night, as they welcomed three new members and officially accepted the resignation of Mary Arrendell as Mayor and appointed her replacement to lead the community. They also held the first official meeting in their newly constructed city hall, a project that had been required after the original building was destroyed by Hurricane Harvey.Read more
City of Liberty officials took their oath of office at the Liberty City Council meeting on Tuesday night. Municipal Court Judge Michael R. Little administered the oaths of office to Liberty City Council members Libby Simonson and Diane Driggers, who were both re-elected to the positions as a part of the May 1, 2021, General Elections.Read more
At a Dayton Special Called City Council meeting on Monday, officials from the City of Dayton took the Oath of Office following the May 1, 2021, City Council and Mayor elections. Dayton Municipal Judge Alan D. Conner administered the oaths to newly elected officials, Caroline Wadzeck, who was re-elected...Read more