A week of Longview High School graduation ceremonies ended Friday night as seniors gathered in Lobo Stadium.
On Super Bowl Sunday, Pine Tree High School senior Nikema Williams was watching the game and preparing to take his mother for surgery the next week. During the third quarter, he got a call that changed his life.
Dalton Days is set to ride back into downtown Longview from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. today after being canceled last year because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Hallsville Chamber of Commerce on Thursday brought back a decades-old tradition as it held its first awards banquet and State of the City Address.
CARTHAGE — A renewed push to build a foundation of economic development is taking place at Carthage City Hall, with the Carthage Economic Development Corp. and the Carthage Improvement Corp. working to develop a plan to attract businesses to the area.
What started as research for a Spring Hill Junior High project ended with a campus-wide drive and boxes of supplies for Longview’s homeless community.
McKenzie Blaylock isn’t afraid to take bold leaps, whether it’s cutting her hair and dying it pink or moving to another state in the middle of the semester.
A reported fish kill at Lake Murvaul in Panola County appears to be over, but the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department said Wednesday that officials are still collecting water samples and investigating a potential cause.
The city of Jefferson’s Tourism Department and the Marion County Chamber of Commerce have teamed to offer their first Hot Air Balloon Mini-Glow event set for June 5 in Jefferson.
Spring Hill’s Sam Schott and Tatum’s Kendric Malone took home top honors Thursday after being selected as the East Texas Professional Credit Union Female and Male Athletes of the Year at the annual Best Preps/ETVarsity Awards.
McKINNEY (AP) — Jordan Spieth had his longest stretch all day of mere pars — a whopping four holes — on the besieged new home course of the AT&T Byron Nelson when the local favorite stepped over a 55-foot eagle putt on the par-5 18th.
Blake Whatley has advice for White Oak High School students who want to pursue a professional angling career: “You better love it if you’re going to chase it for a long time.”
Tickets are on sale for today's Hallsville Chamber of Commerce’s annual awards banquet dinner and State of the City Address with Hallsville Mayor Jesse Casey at the Hallsville High School cafeteria.
Theatre Longview will take the audience inside Truvy’s beauty shop during its production of “Steel Magnolias,” which opens Friday at Grace Crossing United Methodist Church.
In the early hours of May 3, packages headed for the Pine Tree area of Longview were loaded onto Daniel Carmical’s UPS truck, although his regular route takes him to Liberty City. Unbeknownst to the delivery driver, that logistical mistake put him in the right place at the right time.
In the past year, school nurses have been vital to keep schools open in the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition to their typical duties, Spring Hill ISD nurse Jaymie Walton said even more duties were added in the past year.
Registration is open for the Longview Public Library’s Summer Reading Club program, which will return this year as a hybrid program with in-person and online activities.
Hallsville filmmaker David Ford took on his biggest onscreen challenge yet while filming his latest movie, “Man vs. Bigfoot,” which premiered this past weekend at the Memorial City Hall Performance Center in Marshall.
Workforce Solutions East Texas is teaming with the Region VII Education Center for the first Youth Expo, a virtual job fair for teens 16 and older who are looking for summer jobs, paid internships or even a career.
Marshall ISD waived its mask requirement Tuesday, no longer requiring students, staff and visitors to wear face coverings on district campuses and inside buildings.
HONOLULU (AP) — Colt Brennan, a star quarterback at the University of Hawaii who finished third in the 2007 Heisman Trophy balloting, died early Tuesday, his father said. He was 37.
WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. employers posted a record number of available jobs in March, illustrating starkly the desperation of businesses trying to find new workers as the country emerges from the pandemic and the economy expands.
In 1977, recent high school graduate and newlywed Rita Fyffe started working for Gregg County as a data entry clerk.
Longview ISD trustees on Monday approved buying nearly two dozen new cameras for some of the district’s older buses among a variety of purchases meant to improve the district.
The first round of Longview High School graduates participated in smaller spring graduation ceremonies Monday leading up to a larger, more traditional commencement scheduled for Friday.
The Longview Fire Department said a UPS driver broke down the door to a home in the city to rescue a resident who was asleep inside the burning building.
After 49 years in the Longview-area new home construction business, the pressures of the current market have Tom Davis considering shifting his focus to large home remodeling projects.
Numbers paint a picture of declining demand for COVID-19 vaccines in Gregg County, with the future of the county’s vaccine hub being evaluated weekly.
Sabine High School scored more academic contest points than any other 3A school at the University Interscholastic League state meet. Sabine’s success was part of a strong showing at the contest by Longview-area districts.
Within his nearly two years of life, Coby Cochran has been both an answer to his parents' prayers and an example of God’s faithfulness, and he’s moved into the hearts of the East Texas community.