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Christmas spirit comes to town with Holiday Market
A visit to Holiday Market activities Saturday in downtown Royse City may be what it takes for city and area residents who are wanting to catch the Christmas spirit.
CDC calls proposed apartments a 'tax credit' community
An apartment complex that has been discussed for Royse City is “what’s called tax credit apartments — not low-income housing, not subsidized housing.”
That’s the short description provided by Larry Lott, executive director of the Royse City Community Development Corporation, during the Nov. 26 meeting of the CDC’s Board of Directors.
Davis student wins honor of lighting City Hall tree
Isela Garcia, a fourth grader at Davis Elementary School, will flip the switch at Royse City’s tree-lighting ceremony at City Hall on Dec. 7.
Turkey Trot a success despite winter weather
Kelly Margot and Lisa Pogue were sweating last week.
Their sweating, however, wasn’t heat related.
City council to receive tech upgrade
City officials are taking a technological step that is expected to save time and money, and keep residents informed about what’s going on during city council meetings.
- Christmas spirit comes to town with Holiday Market
RC hoops squads set to host Bowers tournament
The gymnasiums at Royse City High School and Royse City Middle School will be pretty busy this weekend when a total of 61 teams will compete from Dec. 5-7 in the 2nd Annual Craig Bowers Memorial Basketball Tournament, with games taking place on three gyms at the high school and two at the middle school.
- Bulldogs drop three straight on the road
- Lady Bulldogs fall to Melissa, Rockwall-Heath
- RC girls split pair against Garland schools
- Bulldogs open hoops season with win over Forney
- RC hoops squads set to host Bowers tournament