SILSBEE — Two local families filed a lawsuit against the City of Silsbee claiming that Rufus and French Roads are public roads.
The Kirby Hill House Educational Foundation Inc., hosted its first-ever Art Extravaganza on Saturday, May 8.
KIRBYVILLE — Kirbyville Police Chief Paul Brister told KJAS.com that a female suspect was in jail following a bizarre incident that occurred there on May 18.
AUSTIN – The Texas Commission of Licensing and Regulation held an emergency meeting May 18 in response to an imminent threat to public health and safety.
BEAUMONT — The Jefferson County Bar Association is sponsoring free monthly telephonic legal advice appointments to veterans the last Wednesday of every month through August 2021.
JASPER — Two people have died and at least two others were injured in a two vehicle auto accident that occurred shortly after 2 p.m. on May 21 on Highway 96, just north of Jasper.
Summer Reading Program is June 1 to July 26
SILSBEE — The Silsbee Public Library will host a Summer Reading Program from June 1 to July 26, and children are urged to sign up.
SILSBEE — The Silsbee City Council, whose meeting was postponed until May 24, tackled a long agenda that included an array of action items.
AUSTIN — Gov. Greg Abbott today May 20 that the Texas Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) has received approval from the U.S.
SILSBEE — Silsbee FFA member Heather McMillan has found a future career and passion for the art of floral design in the agricultural education classroom.