Former Mesquite Mayor Bob Beard Passes AwayBeard served as City Council member from 1967 - 1973 and as Mayor from 1973 - 1977.
Mesquite Drops The Gavel, Takes 'Aggressive' Moves To Stop New Year’s Eve Gunfire, Fireworks & DWIAs 2021 quickly approaches officials in the City of Mesquite have a message for residents and visitors -- “We will make arrests, we will issue citations and we will be visible on New Year’s Eve.”
Mesquite Plucks New Fire Chief From Katy, Was Once Assistant Chief In IrvingRussell “Rusty” Wilson will become Mesquite's next fire chief on Sunday, November 1.
North Texas Efforts To Help Gulf Coast Evacuees Change During COVID-19 PandemicSome Gulf Coast residents are making their way to North Texas as mandatory hurricane evacuation orders are in effect for many areas.
Longtime Mesquite Fire Chief Mark Kerby Retiring To Take On New Role With CityMesquite Fire Chief Mark Kerby is set to retire on September 30 to begin a new role as the city's Special Projects Director.
$5.5 Million To Improve Downtown Mesquite Approved By City CouncilThe Front Street Station will add more than 80 new parking spaces and will create an event space, performance pavilion as well as a pocket park.
Mesquite Reveals Plans, Renderings For Veterans MemorialThe City of Mesquite released renderings on Monday for a Mesquite Veterans Memorial to be built near City Lake Park.
Flooding From Pipe Rupture Forces Temporary Closure Of Mesquite Animal Shelter; Animals Are SafeThe shelter said all the animals are safe, but there are no public adoption services Thursday.
New Mesquite Ordinance On Pets In The Heat Gets TestedThe city says its new ordinance aims to prevent dogs from being left outside in extremely hot weather for hours.
Mesquite City Manager Takes To Social Media After Annex FightIt seems the City of Mesquite can't quite let the annexation issue go.
Judge Kills Mesquite Plan To Annex Kaufman County PropertyA judge has squashed any plans the City of Mesquite had to annex about a dozen properties in Kaufman County before a Friday deadline.
94-Year-Old Shows Adrenaline Knows No Age LimitVivian Martin zip-lined as part of the city's Adult 50+ program "Adventure Camp."
Mesquite Paints Ball Fields PinkAll sports fields had the athletics lines painted pink and will remain pink for National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
City Getting Involved In Mesquite Apartments With No A/CThe problem stems from a massive leak in the chiller system at Hillcrest Apartments near North Galloway and Hillcrest Street.