The Pier 1 Imports store at 307 W. Loop 281 is among as many as 450 stores the Fort Worth-based company has said it will close.
John Beckman said he lived on a sailboat for five years in Port of Los Angeles but realized he needed to return to dry ground and moved to Waxahachie.
A deadly coronavirus continues to spread in China, with a death toll of 25 people and more than 800 infected so far, according to Friday’s update from the Chinese National Health Commission.
A one-block site where Longview High School and T.G. Field Auditorium once sat is all but set to become the new home of Longview Economic Development Corp.
The Harrison County Commissioners Court on Wednesday approved the creation of a reinvestment zone around Eastman Chemical Co.-Texas Operations for a proposed expansion project.
The unemployment rate in the tri-county Longview Metropolitan Statistical Area area stayed the same in December at 3.7% while the statewide rate inched up from 3.4% to 3.5%, the Texas Workforce Commission reported Friday.
SHREVEPORT (AP) — An aviation maintenance and repair facility will open at a northwest Louisiana airport to serve commercial airline customers.
The East Texas Boat and RV Show, which has taken place for about 40 years, will dock once again today through Sunday at the Maude Cobb Convention and Activity Center, 100 Grand Blvd., Longview.
The oil and natural gas industry paid a record-setting $16.3 billion in taxes and royalties to local governments and the state in 2019, the Texas Oil and Gas Association reported last week.
Home sales jumped to another record during 2019 in the Longview area, pushing residential construction to a big increase in the city as well.
Filing taxes last year was a nightmare for taxpayers, their accountants and the Internal Revenue Service. This year might not be much better.
On Thursday the U.S. Senate overwhelmingly ratified the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, or USMCA, an update to the ‘90s-era North America Free Trad Agreement. The new pact is largely similar to NAFTA but has some key provisions to support U.S. auto manufacturers, protect the environment and up…
Officials from AEP-Southwestern Electric Power Co. were in Longview on Thursday to seek support for wind and solar energy and for reducing dependence on coal.
Gregg County led the way as several area jurisdictions faced double-digit drops in sales tax disbursements from the state this month. In a mixed-bag report from Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar, some cities saw minor increases, while one got news of a 70.5% increase.
Dallas-area entrepreneur Shenequa Miller has opened SCM Integrity First Cos. real estate office at 115 W. Tyler St. in downtown Gilmer to promote home sales in her new subdivision.
The oil and gas industry is fighting back: It’s throwing in big bucks to counter attacks from Sens. Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren that it’s contributing to climate change.
On Tuesday night, Iran retaliated against the United States with a series of missile strikes against Iraqi military bases that housed U.S. troops. The attack was in response to the U.S. assassination of the Iranian military leader, Qassem Soleimani, who was killed by a U.S. drone strike last week.
LOVING, N.M. (AP) — A Texas company is seeking to build a multi-mile conveyor belt system that could bring sand for hydraulic fracturing from West Texas into southeast New Mexico.
An Indiana-based transportation company has notified the Texas Workforce Commission about plans to lay off 91 employees in Longview because its operations are closing.
Five new oil pipelines are set to open in the Permian Basin through 2021, expanding a gap between production and takeaway capacity that’s already spurring midstream rate cuts and could mean cutthroat competition ahead.