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Election filing begins Saturday

Election filing begins Saturday

The mayor’s position and two seats on the Princeton City Council are coming up for election this fall along with three seats on the Princeton Independent School District (PISD) Board of Trustees. The city council comprises the mayor and seven council members and there...

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Council fields questions from citizens

Council fields questions from citizens

City department heads met one-on-one with Princeton residents attending a town hall meeting. Residents had a variety of questions for the Princeton City Council during a town hall on the proposed budget. Questions at the Monday, July 8, meeting ranged from animal...

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Fire Station No. 2 now open for business

Fire Station No. 2 now open for business

Princeton’s newest fire station located at the corner of Beauchamp and Monte Carlo Boulevards is now open and ready to serve residents. Photo: John Kanelis As Princeton continues to grow, the demand for more municipal services increases.  On July 3, the Princeton...

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Swatting suspect identified

Swatting suspect identified

A juvenile suspect in East Texas is believed responsible for numerous bomb threats and “swatting” hoaxes across multiple states, the Collin County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) said. The investigation began in May when the suspect initiated a swatting incident at a...

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Notice of violation for luxury apartments

Notice of violation for luxury apartments

City inspectors are preparing a site analysis of The Princeton Luxury Apartments east of Walmart on U.S. 380, prior to scheduling a hearing on a violation notice issued May 17, Princeton Marketing & Communications Director Erin Mudie said.Developers had been given...

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Plans unveiled for historic Farmersville school 

Plans unveiled for historic Farmersville school 

The Welford School was known as Farmersville Colored School when it opened in 1904. The two-room schoolhouse accommodated first grade through eighth grade classes. A third classroom was added in the 1950s. Fundraisers are planned to help raise money for the...

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Fundraising under the stars 

Fundraising under the stars 

Kerrville rock and roll band The Blandelles have Heard Museum patrons dancing in the dark at the Night Out fundraiser, Saturday, June 22. It was hot and humid, but that didn’t stop Heard Museum patrons from dancing at the first of two Night Out fundraisers. More than...

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City seeks to align revenue, expenses

City seeks to align revenue, expenses

Scouts raise the flag on Flag Day, Friday, June 14, as VFW Bois D’Arc Post 9167 dedicates a new flagpole at Lois Nelson Public Library. Princeton’s long-range planning includes two possible ways of helping to reduce traffic.  Deputy City Manager John Land told a...

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Veterans celebrated at Audie Murphy event

Veterans celebrated at Audie Murphy event

Area veterans ride in the annual Audie Murphy Day parade in Farmersville Saturday, June 15. The life of Audie Leon Murphy, and all the lives of all the brave men and women that unselfishly and faithfully served our country were remembered and celebrated last weekend...

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