- Local News
Royalty visits St. Mary Catholic School
St. Mary Catholic School was honored to have royalty on its campus this past week.
Pigs Aplenty, Pigs Galore!
Itty Bitty Story Time was held on Thursday, Feb. 20, at the Vidor Public Library.
Mardi Gras festivities begin Thursday in Port Arthur
There’s a fever going on with Southeast Texas Mardi Gras this year. “Island Fever.”
Man sentenced to life in murder case
Rashawn Morris was sentenced to life for murder in court today.
LCJH Choir members earn honors at contest
On Friday, Feb. 21, 13 members of the Little Cypress Junior High Choir attended the Texas Music Educators Association (TMEA) Region 10 solo and ensemble contest.
Baby-sitter sentenced to probation in child shooting case
Melissa Ann Ringhardt, the baby-sitter charged with endangering a child following the self-inflcted shootind death of five-year-old John Read in October 2013, has been sentenced to four years probation.
Honoring local heroes
Gloria Anderson, historian for the Orange African American Museum, displays local heroes and pioneering families Saturday during an event to honor firsts from Orange.
Man dead following gunfire exchange
An attempt to search a felony search warrant ended with one man dead.
Thursday is Earl Thomas III Day in West Orange
Earl Thomas III is kicking off his Guardian Angel Foundation 5 p.m. - 7 p.m. Thursday at Granger Chevrolet located at 2611 MacArthur Drive in West Orange.
2014 Mardi Gras parade
Krewe de Bon Amis had one of the most intriguing floats in the 2014 Mardi Gras parade this past Saturday as the “House of Voodoo” rolled through the streets of Orange tossing beads to thousands in attendance.
- More Local News Headlines
- Royalty visits St. Mary Catholic School