CITY WELCOMES HOLIDAYS
Hundreds of thousands of LED lights lit up the Harrison County Historical Courthouse on Wednesday night, marking the beginning of the 28th annual Wonderland of Lights.
‘Leslie’s Lions’ offer courage to other cancer patients
Officials: Candle sparks morning apartment fire
An unattended candle started a Wednesday-morning fire at a Longview apartment complex, Fire Marshal Johnny Zackary said.
Longview family celebrates new heart for 2-year-old
Salem Novak is thankful she’s in the hospital.
Craddock releases book of columns
Longtime News-Journal columnist Van Craddock is releasing a new collection of LNJ columns in time for Christmas. He will be signing copies Saturday in Longview.
Hallsville ISD continues food projectto provide meals to hungry students
It was a young girl who brought to reality the lack of nutritious meals for a number of children and teens in the Hallsville ISD.
Police up patrols, offer tips
As Thanksgiving Day shoppers look to trump Black Friday deals, Longview police are planning to increase patrols in heavy traffic areas and are encouraging shoppers to remain alert.
Downtown Marshall was aglow Wednesday night during the opening of the Wonderland of Lights at the Harrison County Historical Courthouse.
School superintendents thankful for community
As of August, Texas has more than 1,247 public school districts, with more than 5 million students enrolled overall.
Angel tree to provide gifts to area foster children
When Brooke Carter began fostering children, she realized many of them had never experienced the joy of Christmas.
Auxiliary comes to the aidof firefighters, community
Behind every firefighter in Hallsville stands a Firecats auxiliary member ready to step in when times are tough.
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