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Milestone birthday celebrated

Jercile Williams was surrounded by loved ones and treated to a grand celebration on her 100th birthday Tuesday in Beaumont. → Read More

Bishop Guillory releases statement about George Floyd killing

Bishop Curtis Guillory of the Catholic Diocese of Beaumont has released a statement about the May 25 killing of George Floyd while in the custody of Minneapolis police. → Read More

Phase 2 openings add fun to the mix

Social distancing doesn't mean hiding in the corner. With Gov. Abbott launching Phase 2 of the state's reopening in the coronavirus era, the bars are open, restaurants can serve up to 50 percent capacity and other diversions have begun to reopen their doors. Here are some businesses that can offer brief respite from the pandemic. Bowling alleys Star Bowling Bar & Grill will reopen today for… → Read More

Were you 'Seen' at the reopening of local bars?

Sierra Corbello and Alexis White were at Struggle Street Brewing Company on the first day of bars reopening throughout the state. Owner Scott Reeves says a supportive customer base helped them do as well as → Read More

Photos: Artistic photo app allows for creativity, timeless reflection

I visited McFadden Beach Saturday, April 25, taking over 6,500 steps, roughly three miles and some change, along the shore, stopping midway to sit upon a large piece of driftwood and stare out into the Gulf. Just listening, just watching. I was not just eager but needing to soak in the calm sound of waves crashing, the rhythmic repetition as the ocean surges to shore, then recedes, surges and… → Read More

Texas state parks reopen Monday for day use

Texas State Parks will begin reopening for day-use only April 20 as part of a broader effort to begin reopening the state of Texas. → Read More

Photos: Gardening can be good for body & soul

Jude Paredez tends his daughter Bette's garden plots at Lamar University's South Park Community Garden Tuesday. Paredez says working solo in the garden, he went without the mask and gloves that he has usually ... more Jude Paredez tended his daughter Bette's garden plots at Lamar University's South Park Community Garden Tuesday. Paredez says working solo in the garden, he went without the mask… → Read More

Photos : Pictures of the Week

Dr. Jaime Azios watches a student clinician and patient interactive session from an observation room. Azios is a researcher and instructor at Lamar University whose work focuses on people living with aphasia, ... more Each week, Enterprise photographers log thousands of photos in our visual journey, choosing among them the best for print, online and social media. Here are highlights from last… → Read More

Texas Artists Museum Reopens

Pam Trosclair hangs some final pieces as she prepares for Sunday's grand reopening of the Texas Artists Museum in Port Arthur. The museum has been closed since flooding during Tropical Storm Harvey while ... more PORT ARTHUR — The walls of the Texas Artists Museum, which stood barren for 2½ years, are filled with art again. A long-awaited reopening arrives today. Tropical Storm Harvey shuttered… → Read More

Photos: Lucas Pre-K honors Dr. King's legacy

Lucas Pre-K students, including Amiyah Whitaker, and staff celebrated Martin Luther King, Jr., and his legacy of peace, civil rights and freedom with an assembly and parade at the school Friday. Photo taken ... more Students and staff at Lucas Pre-K celebrated the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Friday with a spirited assembly and parade around the campus. Schools, banks and… → Read More

Imelda: Resources and ways to find help after the storm

From what to do with a soaked sofa to how to salvage your shoes, here are answers to some of the most pressing questions you're faced with after a flood. → Read More

Were you 'Seen' at Craft Beer Fest 2019?

Craft beer enthusiasts gather for the 2019 Craft Beer Fest at the Event Centre in Beaumont Saturday. The event once again sold out within the first hour of ticket sales. Photo taken Friday, September 14, 2019 ... more Our cameras were at Craft Beer Fest 2019. Did we see you there? Kim Brent is a Photojournalist for the Beaumont Enterprise. Contact her at KBrent@BeaumontEnterprise.com or on… → Read More

Were you 'Seen' at the 'Not So Newlywed Game'?

Guests gather at Samaritan Counseling Center of Southeast Texas' 3rd annual Not So Newlywed Game fundraising event Thursday at the Event Centre. The evening included dinner and drinks while watching "celebrity ... more Our cameras were at Samaritan Counseling Center of Southeast Texas' 3rd annual "Not So Newlywed Game" fundraiser. Did we see you there? Kim Brent is a Photojournalist for the… → Read More

Dine out for charity

The Giving Field will host its annual Farm to Table Dinners Nov. 1 and 2. → Read More

Were you 'Seen' at the Baby & Family Expo?

Our cameras were at the Cumulus Baby & Family Expo Saturday in Beaumont. Did we see you there? Kim Brent is a Photojournalist for the Beaumont Enterprise. Contact her at KBrent@BeaumontEnterprise.com or on Twitter by clicking here. Don't miss a thing: Sign up for our Daily Headlines newsletter. → Read More

Photos : Beaumont Food Truck Fly-in

Pilots and spectators make their way round the tarmac during the Fly Beaumont Food Truck Day at the Beaumont Municipal Airport Saturday. Several small craft and helicopters flew in for the event, allowing ... more Small aircraft enthusiasts and pilots gathered on the tarmac at Beaumont Municipal Airport Saturday for a "Fly Beaumont Food Truck Day." Helicopters, including an Air Rescue craft and… → Read More

People in Business: Representing Germer PLLC, PAEDC and Gather: Paleo Cafe and Market

The Beaumont Enterprise recognizes local business leaders. → Read More

O’Neal is Press Club’s Newsmaker of the Year

Paula O'Neal, the compassionate but tough-as-nails head of Beaumont's Some Other Place, was announced Friday as the Press Club of Southeast Texas' 2018 Newsmaker of the Year. → Read More

Were you 'Seen' at Taste of the Tony's?

Attendees make their way into the theater at Taste of the Tony's, the annual fundraiser for Beaumont Community Players Saturday at the Betty Greenberg Center for Performing Arts. This year's event featured ... more Our cameras were at Taste of the Tony's, Beaumont Community Players' annual fundraiser at the Betty Greenberg Center for Performing Arts. The event supports the theater group's… → Read More

Flags honor veterans for Memorial Day

Members of the American Legion Beaumont Post 33, the Boy Scouts and others turned out Saturday morning to place flags at veterans' graves in Forest Lawn Cemetery. → Read More