The Liberty City Council Tuesday night gave its approval for an economic development agreement with Sleep Inn & Suites that plans to build a 54-room, three-story hotel on North Main.
SASEBO, Japan – Airman Apprentice Jordan Ranges, a native of Dayton, Texas, said generations of his family had served in the military and he wanted to keep the tradition alive.
LUNENBURG — When hundreds of miles separated a fallen soldier’s daughter and the commemorative POW bracelet made in his honor, a Lunenburg man stepped in to help. “I want to
A domestic conflict that has been on-going escalated late Wednesday evening, May 16, resulting in the shooting death of 46-year-old Carl Dee Lueck by 18-year-old Isaiah Jacob Kopeski at their
Work began Tuesday on the first Harvey-damaged home in Liberty County to be demolished and replaced through the Texas General Land Office’s Homeowner Assistance Program. Early in the afternoon workers
After an extensive follow-up investigation by the Liberty County Sheriff’s Office, Cleveland ISD Police Department, Department of Public Safety and Texas Rangers into the school shooting threat to the Cleveland
EXTRA OFFICERS ON PATROL The Liberty Police Department announced Wednesday it will have extra patrol officers this Memorial Day weekend. Extra officers will focus on DWIs. In the State of
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