Grandview staff getting nearly $500K in raises
Top-level city workers are going to receive a total of nearly a half-million dollars in raises.
Groups needed to run future city festivals
Closing the local Chamber of Commerce is the focus of a meeting this afternoon.
Audrey Belt and Mark Baysinger, also known as American Honey, entertain last night during Tuesday Tunes at Centennial Square in Sunnyside.
Mayor Jim Restucci presents longtime Sunnyside public works employee Robert Cavasos a certificate of appreciation for 41 years of service during Monday night’s City Council meeting.
Two men are safe and unharmed after the U.S. Army rescued them yesterday near Bumping Lake.
Residents air concerns about proposal
After a two-hour public hearing, the City Council opted to wait two weeks before deciding on a controversial annexation request.
Church hosts community service
Prayers and reflection marked the atmosphere last night at a service for the victims of the shooting at Pulse Orlando in Orlando, Fla.
Resident agrees to 22 months for eluding officers
A local man agreed to serve 22 months in prison for crimes committed on Jan. 28.
A total of 209 graduates walk in ceremony
The class of 2016 is preparing for the future beyond high school.
Local woman ordered to pay more than $25,000
A woman charged with embezzling will have to pay a school more than $25,000 in restitution.
Crews still mopping up 300-acre blaze
Officials are trying to determine what caused a brush fire yesterday that burned 300 acres and closed state Highway 241 for four hours.
Dykstra stepping down after 17 years
A local district is searching for a new superintendent for the first time this century.
Former teacher faces Aug. 15 trial for child pornography
A former Granger elementary school teacher has been formally indicted on five federal charges.
Employment arbitration hearing set for tomorrow
A former employee is one step closer to concluding his disputes with the city.
National Weather Service issues alert
Early June is proving to be hotter than normal for the second year in a row.