For Waxahachie resident Nicole Mack, the Salvation Army Angel Tree program and the Waxahachie Fire Department’s Toy for Kids drive means Christmas for her family.
Waxahachie resident Jerry Seevers stands with his Australian Shepard named Gypsy, and a representative from the Dallas Police Department. Jerry was honored by the department two years ago for not only helping find the body of a missing 10-year-old boy, but helping police confirm evidence that sent the boy’s father to life in prison for murder. While not volunteering to help others, Seevers is more well known as the barber in the Rogers Hotel.
Fort Worth police had been looking for an elderly woman for about 12 hours. With scorching temperatures outside, police weren’t having any luck finding the missing woman, who was living in a retirement community with assisted living care. So, police called Waxahachie resident Jerry Seevers a…
An attic fire damaged a home Friday in Waxahachie. Emergency responders were dispatched at about 2:15 p.m. to the 200 block of Cumberland Road to a reported structure fire. Comments (0)
For the first time in 10 years, the Ennis Lions football team officially holds the title of state champions after setting up an 80-yard, game-winning drive to beat Cedar Park 38-35. Comments (0)
Waxahachie Independent School District administrators are investigating a “behavioral issue” on a school bus after the driver pulled over in Reagor Springs, outside of Waxahachie. Comments (0)
Susan G. Komen®Greater Fort Worth announced today that Erin Hayes has joined the nonprofit as the Affiliate’s Race and Events Manager. Comments (0)
Once upon a time, because that’s where these stories start, there was a wee little elf named Lolo. Lolo lived with her dad and mom along with her big sister and big brother at the North Pole. … Comments (0)
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