Attorney Jeff Weinstein discusses the importance of a medical life plan for those who have been injured in accidents.
The City of Athens is looking to increase its police force including officers at Athens ISD, improve the Emergency Notification System, and build a fire station on the east side of the City.
This information was part of an update given by Athens City Manager Philip Rodriguez during the City Council meeting Monday, March 13, as he explained the 2017 Strategic Map.
Athens City Manager Philip Rodriguez gave an update on the Cain Center project during the City Council meeting Monday, March 13. The update came as part of an explanation of the 2017 Strategic Map.
Rodriguez discussed the Cain Center pool and the possibility of opening the top floor of the Cain Center by the end of 2017 or early 2018.
Henderson County Now's Michael V. Hannigan sits down with Gordon Mayhall and Chris Jumper to talk about the 2nd Annual Celebrating the Texan event scheduled for April 1 on the square in Athens.
Social Media Coach Michael Hannigan speaks with Shayne and Cheramie Surls of Athens Army Navy and Pawn about how they've grown their business through video on Facebook.
If you are interested in talking to Michael about your social media, email him at email@example.com or call him at 903-594-8411.
Athens City Manager Philip Rodriguez gave a presentation to the City Council Monday, Feb. 13, reviewing the city's budget for the first quarter of the fiscal year. There is a lot of important information in this recording for Athens residents.
On today's show, Michael and Jeff talk about the Malakoff Tigers, upcoming Christmas events, the Athens Public Education Foundation and the Athens Kiwanis Club food drive. .... Originally broadcast live on the Henderson County Now Facebook page.
It's the week of Thanksgiving and the Malakoff Tigers are still playing football! The Tigers will take on Rockdale 1:30 p.m. Friday, November 25, in Waco. Our Michael V. Hannigan (@mvhannigan) sat down with Coach Driskell to talk about the game.