Assumed names filed in Gregg County from Aug. 12 to Aug. 16:
Consultants wanting to add digital signs and redevelop the site of a vacant restaurant in Longview say they’re not giving up, despite a setback from a city panel this week.
An environmental group has filed notice it will sue the EPA if the agency does not enforce a 2016 Clean Air Act finding that the Martin Lake Power Plant threatens local health with excess sulfur dioxide emissions.
The Greater Marshall Chamber of Commerce announced Monday the appointment of Stacia Runnels as its new executive director following an extensive two-month search.
AEP-Southwestern Electric Power Co. staff continued Monday evening to try to find the cause of a massive power failure that affected about 85,000 of its customers Sunday throughout Northeast Texas, spokeswoman Carey Sullivan said.
ATHENS — Some people say a uniquely different invention of George Arthur Spencer on his property in the Cross Roads community near Athens looks like an alien antenna.
ENT Associates of East Texas has expanded its ear, nose and throat practice to Longview with an office at 323 E. Hawkins Parkway, Suite F, in the NorthPark Medical Plaza of Christus Good Shepherd Medical Center-Longview.
Wagner Tuning was at a crossroads – with rising costs of production in California, CEO Carsten Wagner and his team had to plan for the future of their high-end auto parts operation. In the end, for the German manufacturer, there was no question. “We had to make a decision,” Wagner said, “and the decision was Kilgore."
The unemployment rate in the three-county Longview Metropolitan Statistical Area increased in July to 4% while it held steady statewide at 3.4%, the Texas Workforce Commission reported Friday.
AAON Coil Products Inc. executives and longtime employees turned soil Thursday at the site of what will be the company’s 422,000-square-foot expansion on Gum Springs Road.
The state’s environmental agency has declared today as the first Ozone Action Day of the season for the Longview/Tyler area.
McDonald’s made a major effort Tuesday to recruit an estimated 3,000 employees to work at 361 locations throughout North Texas, including several in the Longview area.
Low mortgage rates and thriving employment should be the recipe for a strong housing market. Instead, they’re deepening America’s affordability crisis.
A top Pentagon contractor has agreed to sell its satellite communications company — including operations in Kilgore — to a California-based manufacturer of electronic components and systems.
The 2019 growing season bestowed blessing and curse for Texas vineyards, with a challenging growing year culminating in lower yields but the promise of exceptional wines from Texas wine grapes.
Real estate agents and brokers sold a record 345 homes in July in the 10-county region served by the Longview Area Association of Realtors. It was the most ever in a single month.
Eric Beringause, the new chief executive officer of Dean Foods, says he knows the dairy business so well that his friends tell him he must have milk running through his veins.
The 84-year-old, six-story Heritage Tower at 208 N. Green St. in Longview is undergoing a major conversion from being used for commerce to housing renters ages 55 and older.
James Abell, president and CEO of Maverick Well Service LLC in Kilgore, has been appointed to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission, which works to manage and conserve the state’s natural resources.
Longview homebuilders picked up far fewer permits for single-family homes in July than a year ago and are lagging in activity so far this year, according to city data.
An online petition in defense of seven mid-level health care providers barred from practicing locally after leaving Zeid Women’s Health Center had drawn almost 16,000 names by Sunday evening.
Regions Bank is nearing completion of a new branch at 722 W. Marshall Ave. with plans to close its downtown branch at 213 N. Fredonia St.