The Pineywoods Community Academy Board of Directors voted to rescind their mask mandate at its regular board meeting Monday night.
Nacogdoches police are currently investigating a drive-by shooting in which one person was killed in the 1400 block of Dolph Street, according to a post on the department's Facebook page.
An update from Angelina County & Cities Health District Administrator Sharon Shaw provided analysis to the COVID-19 case trends Angelina County has seen in the last few months in relation to the latest wave.
Huntington residents are fighting back against home ordinances they believe are too restrictive to permit lower-income residents to stay in the city.
NACOGDOCHES — U.S. Rep. Louie Gohmert would no longer represent Angelina and Nacogdoches counties under a redistricting proposal released Monday by the Texas Legislature.
Due to an overwhelming demand, a second performance by comedian Rob Schneider has been added at The Pines Theater, according to the Angelina Arts Alliance.
While it isn’t unusual to see children running around Kiwanis Park, they were there for a specific reason Saturday morning: the Alcohol & Drug Abuse Council of Deep East Texas’s Recovery Day in the Park.
A Lufkin High School volleyball and basketball athlete became the queen of a different kind of court Friday night.
Lufkin police arrested a man for allegedly shooting at another man through a vehicle window around 2:30 p.m. Friday in the 200 block of Willow Bay Drive, according to the arrest report.
Lufkin police are investigating an incident in which a man was shot in the shoulder shortly after 5 p.m. in the 2200 block of Old Mill Road, according to detective JB Smith.
HUDSON — Daniel Burgess walked, leaning on a cane, into The Lufkin Daily Newsroom, uncomfortable, parched and frustrated. His water was out again.
East Texans can take advantage of the cooler fall temperatures during the first week of October at a variety of events offering activities for all ages. Here is a quick wrap-up:
NACOGDOCHES — The surge of COVID infections with the emergence of the Delta variant has jail staff focused on preventing the spread of the virus among the 258 people confined at the Nacogdoches County jail this week.
The Angelina National Forest and the Sabine National Forest are decommissioning several of the forest’s old, worn and closed camping loops, including closed loops at Caney Creek Boat Ramp, Sandy Creek Boat Ramp and Red Hill Lake.
Four new COVID-19-related fatalities were reported by the Texas Department of State Health Services in its Friday update, bringing the total fatality count to 354 people since the spring of 2020.
HUNTINGTON — The city of Huntington is making a concerted effort in infrastructural improvements, namely in the hiring of Jacob Smith — its first employee dedicated solely to road repairs.
Seven new fatalities related to COVID-19 were reported in Angelina County by the Texas Department of State Health Services Thursday.
The sound of children strumming guitars could be heard wafting through the halls of Abundant Life United Methodist Church’s Life Kids Center Wednesday afternoon following a donation of 10 guitars to the church.
Students of St. Cyprian’s Episcopal School gathered Wednesday morning in the courtyard of St. Cyprian’s Episcopal Church for See You at the Pole.
Community members and officials with Angelina College and Texas A&M University gathered in the Angelina Center of Arts Wednesday evening to announce a partnership between the two schools.
The Texas Department of State Health Services reported 15 new fatalities in Angelina County related to COVID-19 in its update on Wednesday.
The Lufkin City Council will permit city manager Bruce Green to move forward in attempting to purchase the property dividing Shepherd Street and Cotton Square to be razed to create public parking.
The Lufkin City Council on Tuesday approved a contract with the Angelina Arts Alliance as a part of the city’s move away from event planning and further into marketing, city manager Bruce Green said.
Community members turned out in force to support The Mosaic Center’s Hearts for Hope Tuesday night at the Pitser Garrison Convention Center.
A virtual pre-construction meeting was held in the Lufkin Area Office Friday signaling the start of a new construction project in Angelina County that will require a road closure to through traffic for the replacement of two bridges.
The Lufkin City Council during a meeting at 5 p.m. today will consider purchasing buildings at West Shepherd and Angelina streets to turn into public parking for downtown patrons.
An arrest affidavit issued by Justice of the Peace Billy Ball offers insight into the capital murder case lodged against Michael Eric Rodriguez, 28, who is charged in the slaying of Lufkin residents Carol Price and Cecil Sheffield.
Between 2017-19, around 1.4 million Texans were facing some kind of substance use disorder; that’s nearly 6% of the state’s residents over the age of 12, according to the 2017-19 National Survey on Drug Use and Health.
Gov. Greg Abbott on Sunday announced that the Texas Division of Emergency Management, in partnership with local officials, will launch a new COVID-19 therapeutic infusion center in Livingston.
Lufkin police arrested Michael “Mike” Rodriguez on Saturday in connection to the slayings of two elderly Lufkin residents.
Sisters Jazmin, Lily and Rossy Camarillo, of Lufkin, have turned the Panther Pride into a family affair, with each sister serving an officer role for the drill team starting in 2008 and continuing during the current school year.
The 74th annual United Way of Angelina County fundraising campaign kicked off Friday with a luncheon for volunteers and participating agencies at the Pitser Garrison Convention Center.
As the Texas State Forest Festival continues to entertain guests during its 37th year, it offers plenty of exciting experiences, including chocolate-covered bacon, carnival rides and a brand new Sea Lion Splash Show.
- Lufkin man charged with aggravated assault with deadly weapon for allegedly shooting at man through Lincoln window on Willow Bay
- Man shot in shoulder in incident on Old Mill Road
- Broadband breakthrough: Efforts to expand internet in county forcing Hudson residents to dial up water company
- State reports 15 new coronavirus fatalities since Sept. 15
- Affidavit reveals details in slaying of two Lufkin residents
- Lufkin looking to purchase property dividing Shepherd Street, Cotton Square
- Redistricting proposal shifts Angelina, Nacogdoches counties out of Gohmert’s district
- Angelina College announces new degree initiatives at ceremony
- Hudson student named semifinalist for National Merit Scholar
- Commissioners to consider bond for unit-road engineer