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.
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.
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.
Two co-workers and friends plan to open Dos Amigos Taco Shop in the restaurant where Firenza Pizza and Smashburger previously were located, at 3080 N. Eastman Road, No. 115, in Longview.
The city of Marshall is working to make itself a key location to entrepreneurs and start-ups with the creation of the Cradle of Entrepreneurship Program.
Five years ago, on the second weekend of May, John Oglesbee first opened the doors of Longview’s downtown brewery and sold out of his product in a single day.
As pitmaster Bryan Bingham departs Longview’s iconic Bodacious on Mobberly to start his own barbecue venture, the longtime restaurant is temporarily closing its doors to make repairs and updates to its building.
Estimates released by the Gregg Appraisal District this month show more than half of the county’s taxing entities could face decreased property valuations as budget season approaches.
Dr. Jorge Massare picked up a golden sledgehammer Tuesday to take the first swing at a wall that will be knocked down as Longview Regional Medical Center begins a multi-million dollar expansion of its cardiac care services.
A bill before the Texas House of Representatives hasn’t stopped plans for a new Gap Inc. e-commerce and distribution center in Longview.
Giuseppe “Joseph” Filippazzo says he feels blessed that his family, more than four decades later, is still able to share its Italian heritage and culture by serving up excellent food in a memorable atmosphere at their two East Texas restaurants.
The Crossing at Main and Main, at Loop 281 and U.S. 259 in Longview, could ultimately include multiple restaurants, multi-family housing and a variety of retail businesses.
Restaurants, retailers and multi-family housing are in the works at a new development at U.S. 259 and Loop 281 in Longview — The Crossing at Main and Main.
Longview Regional Medical Center is making a $4.4 million investment to expand and renovate its cardiac service areas.
Freda Wobberton will focus on turkey legs, stuffed turkey legs and loaded baked potatoes when she opens her new Longview restaurant, Fre’Duh’s Scratch Kitchen.
Two Longview Chamber of Commerce honored two local businesses and a leader in the community this past week during its annual meeting and awards ceremony.
Christus Health and Texas Oncology leaders Friday celebrated the start of the collaborative Northeast Texas Cancer and Research Institute with a groundbreaking ceremony.
A temporary change related to the COVID-19 pandemic that expanded where food trucks may operate in Longview could become permanent.
Rich Seymour and his business partners hope to recreate the atmosphere of the McCann Street Grill in a family friendly way when they open Rico's Kitchen and Cantina in its former location on McCann Road in Longview.
Good atmosphere, good Mexican food and good people. Three longtime friends say those ingredients will be the key to the success of s new restaurant they’re planning to open in a couple of months in the former McCann Street Grill at 1217 McCann Road in Longview.
A proposed bill in the Texas House could “decimate” city and county budgets across the state and is threatening economic development projects, according to area officials. Those projects at risk include a planned Gap Inc. distribution center in Longview that would generate millions of dollar…
The first phase of Flugers — a bicycle sales and service shop and niche retail clothing store — is marking its grand opening from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. today and tomorrow at 1232 W. Marshall Ave. in Longview.
The Marshall Economic Development Corp. has approved a $50,000 incentive for Thumper Fabrication, an ATV/UTV aftermarket accessory company based in Marshall.