As of Jan. 22, there will be a new bank name across East Texas. Citizens National Bank on that day will become VeraBank.
The Camera Shop Hallmark Cold Crown shop will end its 67-year presence in Longview in February because co-owner Bob Rodgers is retiring for health reasons.
Brooks Troxler is a small-business owner in North Carolina who’s known as “Trox the tech” for his ability to fix any computer problem. Business is growing and he had big plans to start 2019 by cutting the ribbon on a new property, but the partial U.S. government shutdown means he can’t finis…
Trade wars, China’s slowdown, erratic stock markets: The outlook is getting grimmer for an increasing number of companies across the globe.
Drillers in the Eagle Ford, Texas’ other shale oil patch, will likely scale back activity in 2019 as lower crude prices eat into cash flows, according to consulting firm Rystad Energy AS.
The chairwoman of the House Committee on Small Business is calling on President Donald Trump to restart small business lending as the government shutdown is about to become the longest ever.
Cattle prices are continuing to climb, reaching an 11-month high Friday above $1.25 per pound. Beef demand has been strong as the U.S. economy continues its steady expansion, giving consumers more confidence they can splurge on steaks.
Some Longview-area cities reported major gains in sales tax allocations from the state in January over the past year while others experienced minor gains or sharp drops, according to a report from Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar.
East Texas Advanced Manufacturing Academy, now in its second semester in Longview, held a grand opening celebration with a ribbon-cutting and tours Friday.
Moviegoers in one Longview theater will have the option of a beer or some wine with their popcorn after the Longview City Council unanimously approved a staff recommendation to allow Carmike Cinemas to remake AMC Classic Longview 10.
The chairman of the Upshur County Appraisal District board said Monday that trustees hope to hire a new chief appraiser by the end of March.
Sammy Brown Library will host an event entitled “How Money Works” to address people's financial issues and questions on Thursday, Jan. 10 at 6:30 p.m.
Daryl Atkinson had been a Shriner for about 16 years, dutifully raising funds and awareness for the fraternal order’s 22 children’s hospitals, including in Shreveport and Galveston.
Parkside Apartments, a 180-unit complex proposed at a former Kmart store property, is undergoing site review by the Longview Development Services Department.
Public schools should see the state’s share of education funding increase during the upcoming legislative session, superintendents learned Thursday during a conference call with state Rep. Jay Dean.
New equipment and machinery arrived Wednesday at the East Texas Advanced Manufacturing Academy, which enters its second semester with continued enthusiasm.
KILGORE — Because he loves baseball and coaching baseball, Tobi Duckworth studied kinesiology and general business at Stephen F. Austin State University.
The stock market’s gyrations have dominated headlines for a solid two weeks now, but things can’t be as bad as they sound. Or can they? We looked at the numbers to put this crazy time period in context.
An approved tax abatement agreement for a natural gas processing plant in Antioch includes a $1 million upfront payment to Panola County.
Several small independent retailers in Longview said Monday morning sales on Christmas Eve were “typical” to “busier” as shoppers made last-minute purchases in advance of Christmas Day today.
TYLER — New incentives are on the way for Hiland Dairy, tied to an expansion that would more than double the size of its plant just outside downtown Tyler.
The unemployment rate in the Longview area in November dipped to the lowest point since April 2008, according to the Texas Workforce Commission.