OC Judge candidates speak out at standing-room only debate
A standing room only crowd had the rare opportunity to hear the candidates seeking to become the next Orange County Judge speak out in a public forum earlier this week.
Burton seeks Commissioner Pct. 2 position
Attracting more families and businesses to the area is one goal of Barry Burton, a Republican running for Orange County Commissioner Pct. 2 position.
Republican Party to hold debate for OC Judge candidates
The March Primary election is only six weeks away and it will be very active for voters on the Republican ballot in Orange County.
West Orange Council votes no for supporting housing developers
City council voted no for a resolution supporting ITEX Developers, LLC which intends to apply for housing tax credits for Whispering Oaks, the fourth development mention in an introduction section of a Memorandum of Understanding for The Housing Authority of the city of Orange and ITEX Developers, LLC executed January 15, 2013, to be effective as of April 21, 2009.
Recognizing January as School Board Recognition Month
Dr. Pauline Hargrove, superintendent of LC-MCISD, stands at the podium with Dr. Stephen Patterson OISD superintendent, left, James Colbert Jr., superintendent of WO-C CISD, Dr. Jay Killgo, Vidor ISD superintendent, and Mike King, superintendent of BCISD, as the county judge reads a proclamation Monday declaring January as School Board Recognition Month.
Commissioners Court covers bases for possible grant
Orange County Commissioners Court is considering the creation of a County Energy Transportation Reinvestment Zone (CERTZ) for the SB 1747 Grant.
Orange County Commissioners Court to hold public hearing Monday
Orange County Commissioners Court is moving forward to meet the requirements for the receive $400,000 in grant funds for roads throughout the county.
Jefferson Refinery project moves forward
Orange County Commissioners Court approved the County Judge to sign a letter stating approval of the Jefferson Refinery development bonds.
Extended closings set for Christmas and New Year’s Day
Area residents may want to be mindful of the numerous closures about to take place with government entities and businesses in the next two weeks.
PH opts not joining Flood Map appeal
City Council opted to not join other entities in the area in the FEMA Flood Map appeal.
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