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Do Arts and Culture Really Matter?

Do Arts and Culture Really Matter? By Kimberly Fish Recent buzz in Longview has surrounded the development of a Cultural Arts District. The question a lot...

Go-Giver Gala soars: Funds to tackle Highway 80

Go-Giver Gala soars: Funds to tackle Highway 80  by Joycelyne Fadojutimi The first Go-Giver Gala to benefit Longview's homeless residents was a sterling success. But wait,...

ICYMI – Railroad Commission of Texas Releases 2015 Year in Review

AUSTIN -The Railroad Commission of Texas today released the agency's 2015 Year in Review highlighting the accomplishments, milestones and improvements achieved at the agency...

Community to host “Farewell Roast” for Longview Regional CEO, Jim Kendrick

CEO Jim KendrickThree hundred members of the community, such as local area businesses, physicians, friends and community leaders have rallied together to organize an...

From the President’s Desk

As your Chamber prepares to close out another fiscal year, I reflect back over the many powerful successes we have experienced. The purposeful activities...

Ambassadors Keeping It Local

Longview Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors is a unique group of leaders who are devoted to welcoming new Chamber businesses via ribbon cuttings. They also...

Banking with Trust

Story and Photos by Joycelyne Fadojutimi Texas Bank & Trust was awarded Texas Family Business of the Year award for 2014. Given by Baylor University's...

Gregg County Sheriff Upholds Long, Noble Tradition

HISTORY OF THE OFFICE In medieval England, municipalities were divided into what were called "shires." Law enforcement officers responsible for maintaining order in these parcels...

State of the City Packs House

Longview economic engines gathered at the Pine Crest Country Club for the State of the City Luncheon hosted by the Longview Chamber of Commerce....