The initial stage of flood risk data collection efforts to support creation of the first-ever Regional Flood Plan for Texas’ Trinity River Basin will wrap up later this month. This critical effort is being undertaken by the Trinity Regional Flood Planning Group (Trinity RFPG), a group formed…
TYLER — Kelsey Chapin, Dejana Neskovic and Mackenzie Lunn of Rockwall have been named to the President’s Honor Roll for the 2015 fall semester at The University of Texas at Tyler. In order to qualify, a student must have completed, in one semester, 12 or more semester hours of undergraduate …
John and Krystle Coates are celebrating the first anniversary of their marriage. They were wed on Jan. 23, 2015. John writes, “We’ve come a long way since we met each other for the first time. Happy moments, sad times, nasty fights and crazy misunderstandings — we’ve been through it all. I h…
Hartman Elementary School students walk in Wednesday's Rockwall ISD parade to celebrate homecoming week. Hartman physical education coach Elizabeth Trowbridge and HES Principal Becky Reidling ride in the decorated Volkswagen Beetle while students hand out candy.
Kirk Riggs, Rockwall's new police chief, talks about why he became a police officer, retiring after a 25-year-career with another department and wanting to be the top law enforcement official in the city.
I will be on my seventh day with the Herald-Banner publications once you have read this. It is truly an honor and privilege for me to be the editor of the Rockwall County and Royse City Herald-Banners.
The Rockwall City Council has set public hearings for several proposed projects, including a church, daycare facility and single-family home developments tonight.
The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) was founded in 1890 to promote patriotism, preserve American history, and support better education for our nation’s children.
Make it 11 straight years for Williams Middle School, as WMS recently claimed UIL academic titles at the seventh and eighth grade levels once again, as well as the overall title for the 2014-2015 school year.
Cheri Grimes — a Rockwall ISD Instructional Technology Coach — is one of seven finalists competing for the chance to speak at the inaugural Extra Yard for Teachers Summit.
- Trial set in 2019 double homicide
- Fate Brought Us Here: The artist behind that mural
- Trick or treats planned at Halloween on the Square
- Number of active county cases falling; eight deaths reported
- Early voting starting Monday for elections
- Kaiden Allen found safe
- Number of active COVID-19 cases falling
- Council recognizes officers for response to July 4 parade incident
- Death penalty waived in capital murder case
- Cities see big jumps in sales tax rebate revenue
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