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.
Vidor tables talks on splash pad
The drain plug has been pulled on the idea of a new water attraction in Vidor.
David Bradley seeks reelection to the Texas State Board of Education
Long-time State Board of Education member David Bradley has considered the alluring prospect of representing Southeast Texas in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Commissioners Court denies exceptions for recycling company
Zoning changes possible for on Simmons Drive
Public hearings for proposed plans for the Monterrey, Fairway, 23rd Streets as well as for a request to rezone 122.81 acre tract on Simmons Drive, east of the Navy Park Subdivision, from a commercial zone to an industrial zone are on the agenda for the City of Orange Planing and Zoning Commission and City Council Meeting 5:30 p.m.
SRA presents Pinehurst with $10k grant
Repairs to the section of sewer lines on Whippoorwill Street are moving forward.
Orange County hires liaison for negotiations
Orange County Commissioners Court has hired a mediator for the Sheriff Union negotiations.
Council votes no objection for housing developments
Concerns that the federal government is holding a gun to the city’s head were expressed during the Orange City Council meeting.
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