Sailors from the Navy Recruiting District – Houston Division 4 assisted at Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore in Beaumont on Friday, Sept. 27, as their quarterly “Day in the District” volunteer program. 



After a lifetime of hard work and dedication, many senior citizens in Southeast Texas are falling prey to financial exploitation. 

Beaumont City Council


Calls to The Examiner’s office this week after the story of a 7.07 percent city property tax increase was adopted by unanimous vote of City Council took on a very similar theme, with over 90 percent of the calls stating they had not heard about the city even considering a raise in taxes – much less that they had done it – until reading The Examiner last week. 


In an effort to help Texas drivers keep their child passengers properly secured, the Texas Department of Transportation announced it is offering free, year-round child safety seat inspections conducted by certified technicians. The inspections are available by appointment at each of TxDOT’s 25 district offices.

Baby Faith Mason

Police in Port Arthur have arrested the parents of Baby Faith, a 10-week-old child who was severely injured and is still in critical condition at Texas Children's Hospital.

In a press release issued by PAPD spokesman Raymond Clark, police confirmed the two suspects in the case are Faith Mason's parents, Christine Johnson and Darrell Mason.

Xavier Rashad Lacy

The Hardin County Top Five Most Wanted for the week of Sept. 30 are as follows (name, age, charge, last known address): 

Xavier Rashad Lacy, 27, Burglary, 540 N. Ash, Kountze

Brittian Doyle Kerr, 29, Felony Criminal Mischief and Revocation of Probation on 2 counts of Forgery, 26406 HWY 105, Sour Lake

Joseph Dwayne Deal, 30, Possession of Controlled Substance 2 counts, 8000 Ronnie Ave., Beaumont