Military catering contracts have taken much of Divine Catering Owner Kevin Hawkins’ full attention in recent months.
Longview-based BOSS Crane & Rigging expanded into the wind energy business in October and is working on two projects with two others in the works, the company’s director of wind energy said.
Tele’s Mexican Restaurant is moving into a remodeled building next to its existing location in Diana that will double its seating. It plans to open Monday and conduct a grand opening Friday, General Manager Christina Castillo said.
Marshall citizens are without access to an immediate Intensive Care Unit after CHRISTUS Good Shepherd Medical Center in Marshall closed down its ICU Nov. 18.
The OPEC oil-producing countries and ally Russia said Friday they have agreed to cut crude production, prompting a surge in global crude prices that they hope to sustain into next year.
In 2005, U.S. dependence on foreign oil hit its peak when the United States imported more than 14 million barrels per day of foreign oil and petroleum products, like diesel fuel and gasoline.
Revenues grew at a percentage rate higher than the state average for Longview-area hotels during the third quarter compared with a year ago, and the occupancy rate increased, too, according to a report issued by a hotel consultancy firm.
As demolition of a former restaurant has begun, developers working to transform the site into a Starbucks coffeehouse are seeking artists to install a mural on the proposed store’s facade.
For the past year, Saudi Arabia has largely turned a blind eye to cheaters within the OPEC+ alliance, cutting its own output more than agreed to offset over-production from the likes of Iraq and even Russia. Now, Riyadh’s had enough.
On Wednesday, President Donald Trump signed legislation in support of Hong Kong’s pro-democracy protesters, a move that is angering mainland China. The Chinese government is accusing the United States of meddling in its domestic affairs.
An 180-unit, three-story apartment complex is under construction at the parking lot at the former Kmart site at 1100 McCann Road.
OMAHA, Neb. — Union Pacific wants a court to invalidate an 1872 pact requiring it to keep a certain number of jobs in the city of Palestine indefinitely.
Marshall Economic Development Corporation is pleased to announce the Gateway Park Completion Ceremony and cordially invites the public to attend the ribbon cutting event held on the grounds next week.
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — Louisiana’s sugar cane farmers struggled with extreme weather and flooding this year, which could make a dent in the nation’s sugar crop.
Small Business Saturday, a national shopping holiday that encourages shoppers to patronize locally owned brick-and-mortar businesses, has expanded in East Texas to include restaurants, tattoo parlors, hair salons, jewelers, veterinary hospitals and other businesses in Longview and nearby cities.
Major retailers in Longview have prepared for today and Black Friday — generally regarded as the busiest days for shopping during the year nationwide — for higher sales than on the same days in 2018 as consumers seek bargains on clothing, appliances and other merchandise.
Larry and Carol Foster of New Auburn, Wisconsin, decided to beat the Thanksgiving travel rush by boarding the eastbound Texas Eagle train Tuesday evening in Longview.
JEFFERSON — The members of the Jefferson Economic Development Corp. met with a group from Texas A&M University recently to learn how to develop a strategy to help the city develop its industries.
DaVita Kidney Care has moved from its longtime home in Longview to a more visible location with more space on H.G. Mosley Parkway.
Divine Catering & Restaurant is closing the restaurant it opened this past November within the Scotties 2.0 convenience store at 1188 E. Hawkins Parkway in North Longview, with plans to focus more on catering.
CLAYTON TOWNSHIP, Mich. — Dave Crabill and two business partners started small for their first foray into farming hemp, growing two strains of the now-legal cousin of marijuana on an acre along a dirt road outside the industrial city of Flint.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s interim final hemp production rules are now available. They were published Oct. 31 in the Federal Register and public comment will be allowed for 60 days on the USDA website.
As the member countries of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries, better known as OPEC, prepare for their important meeting in Vienna on Dec. 5-6, questions will be raised about its future.
When Samuel E. Dean Sr. founded his milk company at a processing facility in Illinois, milkmen still delivered pints to homes all over the United States and children dutifully drank three glasses a day.
When New York’s climate change lawsuit against Exxon Mobil went on trial last month in a Manhattan courtroom, the energy giant’s lead lawyer took great pains to emphasize that the state’s allegations weren’t really about climate change.
Dairy prices are bubbling higher, nearing a five-year high. The widely-followed Class III milk futures, which is used to make hard cheeses, recently topped 20 cents per pound for the first time since 2014. Prices are rallying due to stagnating production and renewed hopes for increased dairy…