Greg Jaklewicz, ReporterNews

Greg Jaklewicz


Abilene, TX, United States

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Recent articles by Greg:

Abilene gyms such as Crunch, Firehouse Fitness reopen for workouts

Like returning to a fitness routine after a long break, Abilene gyms reopened Monday with restricted capacity and reduced services. → Read More

2019 tornado: The Del Rio family close to moving back into storm-damaged home

The family of six has been displaced since leaving with what they could carry on May 18, 2019, after a tornado struck their neighborhood. → Read More

Weekend sweep: No new COVID-19 cases in Taylor County both Saturday and Sunday

Local numbers are declining with state numbers on the rise. → Read More

Taylor County Sunday coronavirus report: No new cases, no new tests reported

Sunday statistics mirror those reported Saturday locally, statewide. → Read More

No new coronavirus cases reported Saturday for Taylor County

Total still at 208 with one person hospitalized. → Read More

Taylor County coronavirus total again rises by 1 case announced Friday

Callahan County reports first virus-related death. → Read More

Abilene barbers cut to the chase Friday

Abilenians came out for haircuts Friday on the first day those businesses could reopen since the statewide pandemic lockdown began. → Read More

One coronavirus case added to new Taylor County total, which now is 207

Still no breakdown of cases after Wednesday's downsizing of total that was nearing 400. → Read More

Dyess senior airman who evaded law enforcement for two weeks is captured

He is in Taylor County Jail after FBI nabs him Thursday in the Dalllas-Fort Worth area → Read More

Hendrick Health System acquiring Abilene Regional, Brownwood Regional

Sale announced Monday by Community Health Systems. → Read More

Life is what we make it during these coronavirus times

Our pace has slowed, and that's a welcome break from our fast-paced lives. → Read More

We can see clearly now, the hotel is gone: Abilene's Civic Plaza just rubble

North Fifth-North Sixth street area now wide open for viewing. → Read More

Taylor County reports two new cases of coronavirus

Weekend total is six; recoveries up to 11. → Read More

First Central's Stewart leads off online Holy Week sermon series

The Reporter-News is presenting the Holy Week recorded sermons Monday through Thursday to maintain the spirit of the series. First up: Cliff Stewart. → Read More

Razing the roof: Demolition begins at downtown Abilene's Civic Plaza Hotel

It takes an entire city block, so work will take a while. → Read More

Four more confirmed coronavirus cases brings Taylor County count to seven

Five cases tied to Disability Resources Inc. → Read More

Dyess AFB: Positive test for coronavirus at base

Dyess working with other agencies in coronavirus effort. → Read More

Brown County reports second confirmed coronavirus case, this time a male

Patient did not travel internationally. → Read More

Missing college and senior drivers, Abilene's Meals on Wheels program seeks volunteers

Caution encouraged in interaction between volunteers and recipients → Read More

Outlaws & Legends still is on for Abilene next weekend but Willie is out

86-year-old singer's health a concern during coronavirus spread, and he has cancelled other shows before his scheduled Abilene visit. → Read More