Work is set to begin on an expansion at U-Haul Moving and Storage at Marshall Avenue and Whaley Street in Longview.
Ten or so years ago, when Jessica Holmes first started working in real estate, on any given day there might be more than 100 homes for sale in Kilgore.
Longview lawyer Doug Monsour won a $22.5 million federal court verdict in December for a former U.S. Army infantryman who suffered hearing loss as a result of a defective hearing protector made by 3M.
Amtrak has gained needed support for possible expansion of passenger rail service between Dallas and Meridian, Mississippi, which would include the Texas Eagle route through Longview and Marshall.
Farmers in Gregg County and other area counties may be eligible for emergency loans from the U.S. Department of Agriculture for producers recovering from natural disasters.
While the downtown apartment complex Alton Plaza did not make its expected first loan payment to the city of Longview this past summer, a company principal said the property is leased up and financially doing well.
DALLAS — William Alvin Moncrief Jr., a Texas wildcatter who helped build a father-son venture into an oil and gas empire over more than 70 years in the industry, has died. He was 101.
Anthracite Realty Partners President Laura Bird has worked in downtown Fort Worth since 1991. She has witnessed it grow and develop across those three decades; almost four years ago, she and her husband’s company added to the iconic skyline by building the Frost Tower.
Shoppers looking for specific spirits for their New Year’s celebrations might need to embrace this theme: You can’t always get what you want.
A long beloved south Longview restaurant will exist only in the city’s memory with the demolition this week of the Dari Creme building on High Street.
When Quannah Ludlow took one of the top jobs at a manufacturing plant in Longview he didn’t expect such a hard time finding a place to live.
Jack’s Natural Food Store applied for a building permit this week for its new home, which will be constructed in the Crossing at Main and Main, at Eastman Road and Loop 281.
Just because they’re still here doesn’t mean everything has returned to normal for locally owned restaurants that have survived COVID-19 disruptions.
A partner in a Longview law firm has been selected to serve as the second U.S. magistrate judge for the Waco division of the Western District of Texas.
The 80 Acre Market was closed on a recent Tuesday, but the former residence of the Smallwood family between Longview and Gilmer was bustling with activity.
KILGORE — Exciting and amazing is how Kilgore Economic Development Corp. Executive Director Lisa Denton described a deal expected to bring a new $45 million manufacturing facility to the city.