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Good child care is good for business. When parents have a safe, nurturing place to leave their children, they can concentrate on their work, says Sharon Kale, president of the board for Longview Child Development Center that serves low income families.

Every year, thousands of East Texans descend upon Longview for various forms of entertainment and nightlife throughout the summer, which is not a lot of other East Texas cities can boast.

Hot air balloons, fireworks and music. Lots of music. Every year, thousands of East Texans descend on Longview for various forms of entertainment and nightlife throughout the summer.

April brings the arrival of two fundraisers that invite attendees to mix their Texas with some bling and help out a couple of good causes: Denim and Diamonds by Junior Achievement of East Texas and Blue Jeans & Ball Gowns by East Texas CASA.


When the Kilgore to Longview Run first began in 1976, the Longview Running Club didn’t expect it to become so popular. But by the late 1980s, the race brought in more than 600 runners and was a big hit with the surrounding communities. Every year, people came in droves to run the 11 miles al…


Volunteering is a wonderful way for people of all ages to give back to their communities. While volunteers generally offer their time and skills in an attempt to help others, volunteering also helps the volunteers in various ways.


The financial industry has changed over the last half decade, and middle class men and women looking to grow their money have no doubt experienced that change firsthand. Unlike in years past when large financial firms welcomed middle class investors with open arms, many firms now take no suc…


PictureThis Photos from the Unity Honors Luncheon held at the Maude Cobb Convention and Activity Complex on February 22, 2017.


View the PictureThis! Photos from Longview Habitat for Humanity's Raisin the Roof fundraiser on February 18th, 2017.


East Texans had the opportunity to experience an interactive Kentucky Bourbon Trail and a Texas Bourbon Trail complete with master distillers during the annual Bourbon & Bowties fundraiser. The annual event raises money to support Longview World of Wonders, a hands-on children's museum.


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