Healthy meal uses seasonal produce, maximizes flavor
My kids love pasta, but when they say they want pasta for dinner, they generally mean they want macaroni and cheese or spaghetti and meatballs.
Deck the Halls (WITH PHOTO GALLERY)
Tonya Sanford is a long-time fan of the annual Jacksonville Tour of Homes, visiting different residences not only to see how people dress up their homes for the holidays, but to get practical ideas, too.
On Sunday, members of Lookout Valley Church of the Nazarene will celebrate the church's 100th anniversary of founding, an event that member Nelda McCaig says is doubly endearing to her heart.
The Carnegie Libraries
Tyler’s historic Carnegie Library building reminds East Texans of the legacy Andrew Carnegie left before his death in 1919.
Preserving the Past
It’s a labor of love meant to give Bullard residents a glimpse into the city’s past through photos and mementos collected by long-time local physician Marjorie Ferrell Roper.
The Mystery Man
Daingerfield, the pleasant county seat of Morris County, was named for Captain London Daingerfield, supposedly a native of Nova Scotia, but beyond that and a few other facts, Captain Daingerfield remains a mystery man.
Boo-tiful Halloween carvings
This Halloween, why not put a fun twist on pumpkin carving by making some Jack O'Melons?
Mobile food trucks delight area diners, offer options
Just call Charla Frisinger the new kid in town. You know, the one with the bright yellow coffee bar located at the corner of Jackson and Larissa Streets.
Top 20 ‘Rites of Passage’ for growing up in Jacksonville
Jacksonville residents Whitney Graham Carter, Foster Carter and Ben Peacock compiled this list hoping you will use this as a checklist in order to remember to experience and share these really important ‘local’ things with your family; the things that kids from the ‘big city’ will never know; the things that make us really special; the free life lessons that make us who we are as adults who were raised in the best place in the world: Jacksonville.
Bob Bowman's East Texas: Casablanca’s East Texan
When you talk to East Texas movie buffs about their favorite all-time films, the one everyone places near the top is Casablanca, a seventy-year-old love story made in 1942 starring Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman.
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