MARSHALL — After being closed because of an investigation into foodborne illness claims, Don Juan’s Mexican Restaurant in Marshall has reopened.
The East Texas Advanced Manufacturing Academy in Longview no longer just serves area high school students as the campus is adding an adult education class to its catalog.
Hallsville ISD trustees have hired Arrow Educational Services to conduct the district’s search to replace Hallsville ISD Superintendent Jeff Collum.
TYLER — Several members of the Smith County Democratic Party are asking for Michael Tolbert to resign as chairman, citing failures in the November election.
Public health officials on Wednesday announced 92 newly confirmed COVID-19 cases in Gregg County as the county’s community spread level remained the highest in a seven-county area. Hospitalizations from the virus in the region also remained above 15% for the 37th straight day.
A Longview man was sentenced to federal prison for trafficking in anabolic steroids. He also agreed to forfeit guns, a truck and nearly a half-million dollars.
Some COVID-19 patients in Longview soon will begin a clinical trial that could prevent serious illness and death from the virus.
Despite having portions of her business shut down for weeks during the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, owner Lori Wilcox says when Fountain of Youth Salon and Spa was allowed to reopen its doors, she needed a vacation.
The Historic Jefferson Hotel was abuzz with paranormal activity Saturday night as guests and special visitors gathered for a ghost hunt benefiting veterans and first responders.
Recoveries from COVID-19 in Gregg County residents have shot up by more than 400 since Friday as public health officials Tuesday also announced almost 160 newly confirmed cases and one new confirmed death from the virus.
A fourth civil lawsuit has been filed against a Longview doctor accused of sexually assaulting boys during counseling sessions.
The Smith County Sheriff’s Office said one person died and another is in critical condition after a shooting early Tuesday in the Chapel Hill area.
Federal agents used two East Texans’ own social media posts to arrest them in connection with the Jan. 6 riots at the U.S. Capitol. In those posts, one of the men tells other “patriots” to get their weapons and calls the riot “the second revolution.”
Temple “Tem” Carpenter III sees challenges ahead for the city of Longview, thanks to the ways COVID-19 has affected revenues. He hopes his “fresh eyes” will help the city as it addresses those issues.
Longtime volunteer and director Nathaniel Olson has been hired as ArtsView Children’s Theatre executive director and says he hopes to share his love of theater with East Texas.
Patrick Odom’s music and personality were famous at Tyler-area senior living homes and at the Alzheimer’s Alliance of Smith County. Through his strumming of the guitar and singing of the oldies over the years, he brought back memories and spurred happiness for local seniors.
Jefferson ISD trustees have accepted a donation to install a new scoreboard at the Bulldogs’ Stadium, Jefferson ISD Superintendent Rob Barnwell said Friday.
East Texas’ elite drill team, the Kilgore College Rangerettes are gearing up to perform in today’s virtual Presidential Inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris.
The latest state data show COVID-19 patients have taken up more than 15% of hospital capacity in a region that includes Longview and Tyler for 35 straight days; however, the rate has been dropping in recent days.
Through songs and testimony, church leaders across the community shared a message of love and unity Monday as they remembered and celebrated the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Two people were killed Saturday night in a two-vehicle crash near Henderson in which one of the vehicles caught fire, according to Texas Department of Public Safety spokeswoman Sgt. Jean Dark.
In Emmie Drueckhammer’s high school world history and U.S. history classes, students know they can express opinions, but they must be respectful of others. That understanding is key in a class that is discussing current events such as the Black Lives Matter movement and its relation to Marti…
From staff reports Sunny skies brought out Longview residents — and their best friends — outdoors Saturday to enjoy the city’s numerous parks, such as Stragent Dog Park off the Paul Boorman Trail. Those ideal outdoor conditions are expected to continue today and Monday before rain comes into…
For Derrick Floyd, education is about making students' dreams come true. In just a couple of weeks, he will be able to put that into action at Gladewater High School.
The city of Marshall has temporarily closed Don Juan’s Mexican Restaurant on Victory Drive because of an ongoing investigation into foodborne illness claims.
The Longview Chamber of Commerce has postponed its annual meeting and banquet to April 20 because of rising COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in the area.
The Kilgore City Council has given approval for the city's police department to move into Phase II of implementing a new body and dashboard camera system.
State health officials announced Saturday that no COVID-19 vaccines are scheduled for delivery this week to Gregg County providers.
WASHINGTON — By the busload and planeload, National Guard troops were pouring into the nation’s capital on Saturday, as governors answered the urgent pleas of U.S. defense officials for more troops to help safeguard Washington even as they keep anxious eyes on possible violent protests in th…
Pine Tree ISD Place 1 Trustee Adam Graves is hoping voters will give him another three years on the school board. Drew Seidel is aiming for a chance to serve the district in the Place 2 position.
For members of the Pine Tree High School color guard team, the season no longer ends at football season thanks to new coach Jared Cronk, who is preparing the team for winter guard competitions.
The Starrville Methodist Church has 12 members. On any given Sunday, some of those members might attend another church in the area or instead a Tuesday prayer group at the church.
NEW YORK— Francisco Lindor, Kris Bryant, Cody Bellinger and Corey Seager were among 112 players who agreed to one-year contracts Friday, leaving just 13 to swap salary arbitration figures during a slow offseason in the aftermath of the financial carnage caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
A man on death row convicted in the 2008 death of his girlfriend’s child in Rusk County has been granted a second stay of execution, the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals announced Friday.