1. COL News Heritage Plaza

    Residents Urged to Donate Blood

    Carter BloodCare is urging Texans to give blood after this past week's storms helped lead to a very limited blood supply, following a yearlong viral pandemic. Read on...
  2. Gap Map

    Gap Inc. to Build New Distribution Center in Longview

    The $140 million investment will help Gap Inc. meet the rising customer demand for online shopping and reach its future plans for digital growth Read on...
  3. Canceled White Letters

    Longview 150 Parade: The Grand Sesquicentennial Trek Canceled

    Due to the ongoing fight against COVID-19 in our community the Longview 150 Parade has been officially canceled. The parade was originally scheduled for April 18, 2020, but was rescheduled for fall 2020, but again changed to April 17, 2021. Read on...
  4. City of Longview News

    UPDATE - Longview Area Added to FEMA Disaster Declaration

    Gregg and Harrison counties have been added to the President's Major Disaster Declaration for Individual Assistance to allow for FEMA Federal Emergency Management Agency assistance following this past weeks winter weather event. Read on...
  5. My Shot Now News Release

    UPDATE - Vaccine Clinic Appointments Currently Filled

    As of Friday, Feb. 5, all appointments for the Gregg County Mega Vaccination Hub are currently full. Read on...
  6. City Elections News Flash

    UPDATE - Candidates File for May Election

    As of 5 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 12, the following candidates filed to run in the 2021 General Election. Read on...
  7. UDC News Release

    Adams, Greenwaldt Named 2021 Unity Honorees

    The City of Longview Partners in Prevention’s Unity and Diversity Committee announces Mrs. Shalonda Adams and Mr. Carroll Greenwaldt as the 2021 Unity Honors recipients. Read on...
  8. Warrant Roundup

    Municipal Court Offers Warrant Amnesty Program

    The Longview Municipal Court is offering a warrant amnesty program from Jan. 1 through April 30, 2021. Read on...
  9. Open Business Sign

    Forgivable Loans for Longview Small Businesses

    Longview small business and nonprofit organizations that have been negatively impacted by COVID-19 are encouraged to apply for a federally-funded grant program that will provide zero-interest forgivable loans of up to $30,000. Read on...
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