Jacksonville’s “Citizens on Patrol” — the Citizen’s Police Academy — will help out tired attendees at the 34th annual Tomato Fest with their popular shuttle transportation service thanks to a generous donation from the Jacksonville Progress.
Tomato Fest will include a “joyful noise” as the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce recently announced a gospel concert to be hosted by Central Baptist Church during Tomato Fest on June 6.
Jacksonville High School’s National Honor Society students challenge all other high schools to meet or beat their donations to Operation GRITS, which is collecting donations to send care packages to our troops overseas.
Tyler Junior College is “driven” to showcase its auto tech program. The area will receive a chance to see what TJC auto tech has to offer — as well as show their own car, truck or bike
East Texas Results Media is proud to announce the hire of Quinten Boyd as its news and sports director, disc jockey and sports broadcaster.
Cherokee and Smith counties each hosted Law Enforcement Memorial ceremonies to recognize National Police Week, observed May 14-18.
Cherokee County recognized and honored the men and women of law enforcement who lost their lives in the line of duty in 2017 during the annual Law Enforcement Memorial, held Monday morning at Jacksonville’s Norman Activity Center.
Jacksonville will soon get a renovated restaurant in which to say, “I’m lovin’ it,” – but that process will involve building from the ground up.
As Tomato Fest approaches, Jacksonville’s Chamber of Commerce and Jacksonville ISD’s elementary schools became part of the excitement with the 34th annual Tomato Fest Top Tomato poster contest, with winners announced at Joe Wright, East Side, West
More than 1,000 graduates will receive their degrees and certificates as Tyler Junior College holds its spring commencement ceremonies Friday, May 11.
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