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At the city of Orange’s Jan. 25 meeting, elected leaders were bombarded by pleas from several residents to make a 3.5 mile stretch of the city a designated “quiet zone” for train horns. And, although council representatives were prohibited by law from responding to the comments, city staffers indicated the proposal was already being explored. On March 8, an answer to the citizen plights was given in the form of a quiet zone that spans an area from Main Avenue to Cordrey Avenue and shutting off W. John Avenue, W. Orange Avenue and W. Pine Avenue crossings.

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On Sunday, March 6,  at 5 p.m., Beaumont police officers were sent to investigate a reported assault at Parkdale Mall near the food court.

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The Port Arthur, Beaumont and Groves Police Departments were busy Tuesday, March 8th as part of the Texas Warrant Round-Up initiative as the three departments joined forces to apprehend motorists with outstanding fines and warrants to the tune of 34 arrests, clearing 140 warrants, according to Lt. Steve Brinson, Asst. Division Commander of Port Arthur's Field Operations Divsion.

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The Port Arthur, Beaumont and Groves Police Departments were busy Tuesday, March 8th as part of the Texas Warrant Round-Up initiative as the three departments joined forces to apprehend motorists with outstanding fines and warrants to the tune of 34 arrests, clearing 140 warrants, according to Lt. Steve Brinson, Asst. Division Commander of Port Arthur's Field Operations Divsion.

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Members of the Texas Society of Paranormal Investigators are after one thing: answers.

When the group hosted the inaugural Texas Ghost Show last year, a crowd of more than 500 people came out to see what all the fuss was about — indicating that perhaps others have a few questions, as well.

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