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Rockwall Urgent Care offers $15 physicals with food donation to Helping Hands

Rockwall Urgent Care offers $15 physicals with food donation to Helping Hands
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ROCKWALL – Rockwall Urgent Care patients who donate three cans of food to the Rockwall County Helping Hands Food Pantry will receive $10 off their sports and camp physicals in August, reducing the price to $15. No appointment is necessary. Office hours are weekdays 9 am – 9 pm; Saturdays, 9 am -6 pm; and […]

Anthony Hale wanted for Aggravated Assault with Deadly Weapon after weekend shooting

Anthony Hale wanted for Aggravated Assault with Deadly Weapon after weekend shooting

ROCKWALL – The Rockwall County Sheriff’s Office has issued a warrant for Anthony Hale for Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon, a 2nd degree felony, after a shooting overnight Saturday or Sunday at a party in the 200 block of Pioneer Court in McClendon-Chisholm. The victim was driven by a friend to Rockwall Presbyterian Hospital […]

Missing woman Emily Sears found safe in Kansas

Missing woman Emily Sears found safe in Kansas

ROCKWALL – The Rockwall County Sheriff’s Office reported early yesterday morning that missing woman Emily Sears has been found safe in Kansas. No other details were offered and The Rockwall News is awaiting an answer from the Sheriff’s office if she was abducted or what the circumstances were about her disappearance. She was reported missing […]

Rubber Duck Regatta Sept. 25-26 to raise funds for Meals On Wheels, Boys & Girls Club

Rubber Duck Regatta Sept. 25-26 to raise funds for Meals On Wheels, Boys & Girls Club

ROCKWALL – Planners of the annual Rubber Duck Regatta fundraising event – benefiting Meals on Wheels Senior Services of Rockwall County and Boys & Girls Club of Rockwall County – have added some ducky new features to this year’s event. A $10,000 cash prize could be won by sponsoring a duck in the Glow Duck […]

Grand opening of City’s new Yellowjacket Park Aug. 8

Grand opening of City’s new Yellowjacket Park Aug. 8

ROCKWALL – The public is invited to attend the grand opening of the newest City of Rockwall park, barrier-free Yellowjacket Park, Aug. 8 at 995 Yellowjacket Ln. Snow cones, a puppet show and a ribbon cutting will begin at 10 am. According to a City news release, the redeveloped park includes a new barrier free […]

Lt. Kirk Aldridge named new Rockwall Assistant Police Chief

Lt. Kirk Aldridge named new Rockwall Assistant Police Chief

ROCKWALL – Rockwall Police Lt. Kirk Aldridge was named the new Assistant Chief of Police by Chief of Police Kirk Riggs at a ceremony held at the police department July 28. Chief Aldridge started his law enforcement career with the Rockwall Police Department in 1994 as a Patrol Officer and worked his way up to […]

Former Hawk pitcher Jake Thompson to Phillies in Cole Hamel trade

Former Hawk pitcher Jake Thompson to Phillies in Cole Hamel trade

ARLINGTON – Former Heath Hawk and now professional baseball player Jake Thompson was traded last night from the Texas Rangers organization to the Philadelphia Phillies as part of the Cole Hamel trade. The 2012 Heath High graduate was ranked by Baseball America as the No. 3 prospect in the Rangers system entering the 2015 season […]

Whataburger named best burger chain in America by Fast Company voters

Whataburger named best burger chain in America by Fast Company voters

NEW YORK CITY – Whataburger was named the best burger chain restaurant in America last week by readers of Fast Company magazine. Using brackets like in a sports playoff system, South champion Whataburger defeated East Coast champion Five Guys in the finals, after beating The Varsity in the first round and Checkers from Florida in […]

Kate Steinle’s father tells Rep. Ratcliffe he has not heard from Pres. Obama

Kate Steinle’s father tells Rep. Ratcliffe he has not heard from Pres. Obama

WASHINGTON D.C. – Jim Steinle, the father of Kate Steinle, the young woman recently killed by an illegal immigrant in San Francisco, told Congressman John Ratcliffe from Heath last week that he has not heard from nor received condolences from Pres. Obama. “I’m very sorry to hear that when there have been other very public […]

Dozens of best known Dallas Morning News reporters, editors leaving in buyouts

Dozens of best known Dallas Morning News reporters, editors leaving in buyouts

DALLAS – Some of The Dallas Morning News best known reporters and editors will be leaving this fall after a third round of buyouts since 2006 were recently offered to help the newspaper continue its transition from a printed publication to primarily a news website. Ownership remains the same. The buyouts allow the paper to […]

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