Simon & Garfunkel once began a song with the words, “Cecilia, you’re breaking my heart.”
The cost of owning a car begins after the purchase. Whether you’re dealing with an oil change or have major repairs to take care of, it’s important to use a mechanic or auto shop who is worthy of your trust.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Farm Service Agency (FSA) reminds dairy producers that the deadline to enroll in the Dairy Margin Coverage (DMC) program for 2019 is Sept. 20.
A Tyler businessman is helping the city forge a new partnership with a fast changing Central Asian nation.
With the school year just underway for East Texas schools, scammers will stand outside supermarkets or other neighborhood stores asking for donations to help the local football team, band or other causes. They may even knock on doors in your neighborhood.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Farm Service Agency (FSA) is expanding its payment options to now accept debit cards and Automated Clearing House (ACH) debit.
The Texas Transportation Commission approved TxDOT’s 10-year transportation plan that includes more than $77 billion dedicated to improving safety, addressing congestion and connectivity, and preserving roadways for Texas drivers.
An environmental group has filed notice it will sue the EPA if the agency does not enforce a 2016 Clean Air Act finding that the Martin Lake Power Plant threatens local health with excess sulfur dioxide emissions.
Texas State Technical College’s 2019 SkillsUSA champions from around the state took a final victory lap at a special luncheon held in their honor on Monday at TSTC’s Waco campus.
Some Marshall ISD special needs students spent their summer earning money by working at area businesses thanks to a Texas Workforce Commission program.
As the high school class of 2019 begins the next chapter of their lives, they will contend with an abundance of exciting new challenges and opportunities, and it’s important that they are prepared. Whether your high school grad is looking for work, learning how to juggle work and school and/or living on their own for the first time, the Better Business Bureau reminds young adults to make wise choices by making educated decisions, as scam artists are looking for opportunities to take advantage of their lack of life experiences.
The Greater Marshall Chamber of Commerce announced Monday the appointment of Stacia Runnels as its new executive director following an extensive two-month search.
AAON Coil Products Inc. executives and longtime employees turned soil Thursday at the site of what will be the company’s 422,000-square-foot expansion on Gum Springs Road.
In the market for some new wheels? Whether you’re looking for your first car or something more family-friendly, buying a used car, while more economically friendly, can be a hassle if done incorrectly.
The 2019 growing season bestowed blessing and curse for Texas vineyards, with a challenging growing year culminating in lower yields but the promise of exceptional wines from Texas wine grapes.
Wagner Tuning was at a crossroads – with rising costs of production in California, CEO Carsten Wagner and his team had to plan for the future of their high-end auto parts operation. In the end, for the German manufacturer, there was no question. “We had to make a decision,” Wagner said, “and the decision was Kilgore."
Golden Meadow Honey Farms outside Carthage started with just two hives — owner Tanner Andrus started the bee farm as a hobby with his family in 2017.
The Better Business Bureau is warning seniors to be on the lookout for scam artists posing as DNA testers in an attempt to obtain Medicare numbers and other personal information.
A proposed extension of the Toll 49 corridor is projected to be built in about 15 years to provide another connection to Longview and Tyler, a North East Texas Regional Mobility Authority official said.
AUSTIN — Whether you’re in need of notebooks, rulers or running shoes, Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar is reminding shoppers they can save money on those and other items during the state’s sales tax holiday on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Running a successful business is tough enough without throwing fraud into the mix. According to the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, small businesses have a fraud rate of nearly 32%.
A tax abatement agreement between Sharps Environmental and the City of Carthage would see the company paying 60 percent of taxes over a five-year period.
Employment scams are common and have been around for several years, however, with the unemployment rate at record lows, those looking for employment should take extra precautions to make sure postings are legitimate.
Marshall’s newest inflatable attraction, Salty’z Spot “Where All the Fun Happenz”, will host a grand opening, this Tuesday, July 30, offering families a load of indoor and outdoor play.
When Mandy Glasscock received her barber’s license 15 years ago, she did what most beginning stylists do. She worked at shops owned by others and cut the hair of whoever came through the door.
Winning a sweepstakes, dream vacation, large amounts of money, a new car, shopping spree or new technology sounds great, especially if you didn’t enter to win.
JEFFERSON — The Jefferson community came out full force on Wednesday in support of its newest downtown stores which are expansions from a Harleton hotspot.
East Texans got a chance to beat the blazing summer heat on Saturday during the first of its kind Ice Cream Social and Contest at Bear Creek Smokehouse in Marshall.
Fall armyworms could follow rainfall delivered by Tropical Storm Barry, warns a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service expert.
JEFFERSON — Enoch’s will soon provide Jefferson residents and visitors with every beverage they need from sun up to sun down with the grand opening of its new downtown location which includes a coffee shop and wine cellar.
More consumers are turning to the internet to purchase anything and everything. With the increase of online stores, we are seeing an increase in complaints, negative reviews and scams.