Author Archives: Editor

Former Councilman Chris Rich On The New Apartments Coming Soon

December 17th, 2019 by

At tonight’s Aubrey City Council Meeting, Deborah Goin, Gary Hammett, and Oscar Pearson voted to approve a zoning change request to allow a 135 Apartment complex to be built in Aubrey behind Sonic and Point Bank. In opposition to a zoning ordinance that requires multi-family be 1500 feet from other multi-family, while the apartments behind […]

Would you like to host an exchange student?

January 31st, 2019 by

Host families needed in Aubrey and surrounding area . Ef High School Exchange Year connects 15 to 18 yr old international students with caring host families across the United States. Host Families have support throughout the Exchange Year. Students cover their own expenses and insurance . Families provides a loving home, meals and transportation as […]

Women Empowerment Be PV Spring Fling

April 23rd, 2018 by

Women Empowerment Be PV Spring Fling 5/5/2018 Come shop, explore, and pamper yourself at an all-female small business owner fair in Providence Village. A variety of small businesses in clothing, make-up, photography, health and much more coming together to shop local, empower each other and others and to pamper a week before Mother’s Day. Come […]

Councilman Jeff Miller Opposes Tax Increase

September 9th, 2017 by

In my first major ​letter as an Aubrey city council member, I want to take the time to communicate my views on the proposed budget and tax rate for the fiscal year 2017-18. The budget has been the council’s primary focus for the last several weeks, and we’ll be voting on it very soon. Why […]

Help Cleanup Efforts For Victims of Harvey

September 6th, 2017 by

“They didn’t wait for help. They became the help, and in so doing they inspired a nation.” This is the true embodiment of Texas culture. Coy Johnson, Aubrey resident, did just that. He went to help with evacuation and rescue efforts and he needs our assistance to continue helping with the devastation that has hit […]

High School Football Injury Makes For Fulfilling Career

July 14th, 2017 by

Folks in north Texas know that high school football is big. To dedicated young athletes with division one aspirations it often feels like everything.  You can imagine the severe disappointment that the young Dr. Wes McFall, P.T.,D.P.T. experienced then when he suffered a career ending injury in the middle of his senior season. It was […]

Aubrey Mayor Pro Tem Challenges Pilot Point Mayor

July 6th, 2017 by

Looks like we have a friendly wager between Aubrey and Pilot Point.  Aubrey’s Mayor Pro Tem, Jeff Perry and Pilot Point Mayor, Shea Dane Patterson have bet on this year’s varsity football game. The loser will wear the opposing teams jersey to the next month’s council meeting. “I ran into the awesome Honorable Shea Dane […]

Incoming Councilman, Jeff Miller, Addresses Council and Citizens

April 25th, 2017 by

Mayor, council, and fellow citizens of Aubrey, My name is Jeff M. Miller, and I live on Highmeadow Road. I want to take this last opportunity to address the council as a private citizen before I am sworn in for the Place 4 seat on the council next month. My family and I have been […]

Councilman Rich Refutes Mayor’s Claim

March 20th, 2017 by

This is an open letter from Aubrey councilman Chris Rich, place 2. Why I got Involved When the City entered into the Development Agreement for Jackson Ridge a few years ago, the city’s goal was to expand its water system into the ETJ.  At the time, that was a solid plan that had no known […]

Now Hiring!

February 21st, 2017 by

Aubrey news is looking for an energetic individual for a part-time reporter position. The hours are 10-20 hours a week. Aubrey is a wonderful place to live and raise a family. If you would like to learn more about Aubrey and share it with with our readers contact us today. Aubrey News started as a […]