Longview's newest coffee shop opened today in The Crossing at Main and Main, at Eastman Road and Loop 281.
A possible zoning change for the Park Place Retail Center in northwest Longview would clear the way for an "upscale billiards hall" to locate there.
Texas strawberry producers have experienced an average season despite freezes, drought and temperature variability impacting yields, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service expert.
Thirty senior cottages would be added to the Parkview on Hollybrook senior living development in a proposal making its way through the city of Longview’s approval process.
Jocelyn's Mexican Grill is open for the last time today at 809 Pine Tree Road before moving to a new location sometime in June.
Before 9 a.m. Wednesday, East Texas’ interest in the new Gap Inc. e-fulfillment and distribution center was obvious.
Gap Inc. officials say they’ve already received “considerable interest” from job candidates in advance of a Wednesday hiring event in Longview.
For veteran-owned business Operation Unbroken, May 12 could have been described as one of those days of living in the best of times and the worst of times.
Gap Inc., which is building an e-commerce fulfillment and distribution center in Longview, has set a job fair for 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday at the Maude Cobb Convention and Activity Center, 100 Grand Boulevard.
The Harrison County Commissioners Court has set a public hearing at 9 a.m. June 21 to discuss a proposed tax abatement with Aviagen North America for a new facility in the Longview portion of the county.
After hearing from a slew of residents, the Longview City Council on Thursday approved a controversial zoning request related to a proposed sports complex and beer garden off Bill Owens Parkway.
As temperatures rise this summer, a new solar energy facility should keep power costs consistent for some East Texas customers.
The Longview Economic Development Corp. is once again looking for a buyer for a long vacant piece of land at Estes Parkway and Interstate 20.
Longview lawyers Doug Monsour and Katy Krottinger won a $2.2 million verdict on April 29 for a former U.S. Army soldier who suffered hearing loss and tinnitus as a result of a defective earplug made by 3M.
Almost every Gregg County taxing entity would see property values increase this year by between at least 3 percent to 15 percent, according to estimates released this past week by the Gregg Appraisal District.
A growing “Mexicajun” restaurant chain is preparing to locate in the former Johnny Cace’s Seafood and Steak House building in Longview.
A former gym in the shopping center at Johnston Street and Judson Road in Longview could become a restaurant and private club that serves alcohol.
East Texans' utility bills will see price increases in three ways in the coming months, with AEP-Southwestern Electric Power Co. announcing a new charge related to the February 2021 winter storm.
The Hallsville Chamber of Commerce celebrated another successful year for businesses in the city and heard about the city’s growth during Thursday's second annual State of the City dinner and awards banquet.