Active COVID-19 cases continue to increase in Ellis County, with the state’s Department of State Health Services reporting 380 active cases as of Monday evening – almost double last Tuesday’s count of 209. The count was 54 as of July 1.

Active COVID-19 cases have increased again in Ellis County and now top 200, according to the state’s Department of State Health Services data dashboard. As of Tuesday afternoon, the county’s active case count stood at 209, almost quadruple the 54 cases reported July 1.

COVID-19 cases have declined slightly in Ellis County, according to the state’s Department of State Health Services data dashboard. As of Monday evening, the county’s active case count stood at 139, still almost triple the 54 cases reported July 1. The county had hit the 175-mark last week.

COVID-19 cases continue to increase in Ellis County, according to the state’s Department of State Health Services data dashboard. As of Monday evening, the county’s active case count stood at 175, more than triple the 54 cases reported July 1.

Ellis County Sheriff Brad Norman discusses the fraudulent use of skimmers, especially those used in connection with gasoline pumps, and provides some tips on how people can protect themselves from the scam. A Waxahachie Sun production.

COVID-19 cases are on the rise in Ellis County, according to the state’s Department of State Health Services data dashboard. As of Thursday afternoon, July 15, the county’s active case count stood at 136.

The Waxahachie Sun announces an “extra special, extra sweet” promotion. Anyone purchasing an annual, digital subscription for $60 will receive their choice of six cookies from The Dessert Spot (an $18 value).

Beginning Friday, June 4, the Waxahachie Creek Hike and Bike Trail is closed at the old viaduct to allow for the demolition of the latter that is under way. This closure is expected to last several weeks. Trail users may still access the trail at Getzendaner Park to the viaduct, and from Rog…

The city of Waxahachie’s annual Drinking Water Quality Report for calendar year 2020 is now available. Read the PDF uploaded here, pick up a hard copy at City Hall, 401 S. Rogers St., or view a PDF on the city’s website at the following link:https://www.waxahachie.com/WQR-Waxahachie-TX-2021-…

The city of Waxahachie hosts a retirement celebration for recently retired city secretary Lori Cartwright from 3-5 p.m. Wednesday, June 9, in the council chambers at City Hall, 401 S. Rogers St. The community is invited to attend.

The Waxahachie ISD bookmobile will be at Wedgeworth Elementary, 405 Solon Road, from 11 a.m.-noon Thursdays, June 10, 17 and 24. Check out the bookmobile and pick out a free book.

AUSTIN – As part of ERCOT’s aggressive pre-summer preparation activities, the grid operator is verifying communications channels prior to summer and will test its automated emergency grid conditions communication system this evening, beginning at 7 p.m. Wednesday, May 26. 

According to Monday evening’s report from the Texas Department of State Health Services, Ellis County’s active COVID-19 case count has decreased to 77 from last week’s 92. Since the onset of the pandemic, Ellis County has posted 19,007 confirmed cases, 3,956 probable cases, 22,810 recoveries…

According to Monday evening’s report from the Texas Department of State Health Services, Ellis County’s active COVID-19 case count has increased to 92 from last week’s 77. Since the onset of the pandemic, Ellis County has posted 18,954 confirmed cases, 3,905 probable cases, 22,691 recoveries…

Weather permitting, the Texas Department of Transportation will implement a new traffic pattern on U.S. Highway 77 from South College Street to Royal Street at 7 p.m. May 25.

Question: How does the city of Waxahachie’s Outdoor Warning System work?

Question: I saw where Railyard Park recently flooded. Was this expected to happen?

Waxahachie Police Department detective Elizabeth Glidewell spoke with the Waxahachie Sun recently about the need for parents to monitor and be aware of their children's online activities, in particular, the apps they're using.

Waxahachie Police Department detective Meagan Gonzales spoke with the Waxahachie Sun recently about a number of fraud cases the department is investigating. During the interview, Gonzales gave some advice on steps people can take to prevent their becoming a fraud victim.

With the new trash service in Waxahachie switching to bins in April, when will citizens begin to see the new bins being delivered, and how will we know what our new service day is?

Do I need to register my dog if I’m a Waxahachie resident? If so, what do I need to do?

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Are water meters read every month? If my water bill increases dramatically, what should I do? Can I spread the increase out over several payments?