As if the year hasn’t been scary enough, one local business is trying to frighten their customers even more in the weekends leading up to Halloween. Gleaux Car Wash on South Broadway Avenue is hosting a “Fright Night” drive-thru car wash every Friday and Saturday night through Halloween.
Earlier this year, the event that put Tyler on the map was postponed. However, for the first time ever, The Texas Rose Festival is broadcasting a virtual presentation sponsored by Christus Trinity Mother Frances: a documentary about the history of the event and what it has done for Tyler.
What was once a place for people to catch a bus will eventually become a place to rest and lounge in Downtown Tyler as a former bus station receives a revamp.
Hiding in a hole-in-the-wall in downtown Hawkins lies Action Sound music store. The gray brick storefront is easy to miss; but once you open the door, the space opens up to reveal a musician’s nirvana.
Another 7-Eleven will be coming to Tyler soon.
The home of the original chicken sandwich is coming to Jacksonville after the sale of the former library site was finalized last week.
On the lonely corner of a four-way stop near the Holly Lake community sits a small computer shop that is making national waves.
While adhering to social distancing and safety guidelines, thousands came out Saturday afternoon in Lindale to support local businesses adversely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
After nine years of planning and construction, a new skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility in Bullard is ready to open its doors for patients and provide long-term care for the community.
Tyler Thrift co-owner Kayla Ivey doesn’t spend full price on anything, and her resale store is a testament to her low-cost living philosophy: almost every item at the shop is $2 or less.
Cineworld Group Plc is set to shutter its theaters in the U.K. and the U.S. as the coronavirus continues to heap pressure on the film industry
A small group of business owners and concerned community members met with outgoing state Rep. Dan Flynn on Thursday morning at Sundance Hall in Canton, touring its more than 10,000 square feet of space and envisioning the “high-end honky tonk” as it was meant to be – filled with live music a…
Through the development of a new facility, one Tyler RV dealership will be able to invest in the community by providing more jobs to local residents and respond to the growing demand for RVs.
A new restaurant is coming this fall to the downtown square in Tyler.
HENRY & PETERS MAKES NEW HIRES
Stefan Streckfus and Kemp Gregory trade trash talk across a ping-pong table in Palestine, their words flying over the net with every ball-to-paddle connection, and intensifying when one of the duo misses, and has to scramble after the ball before the game can resume.
Tyler native Will Hersey was looking forward to bringing high-quality housing to downtown Tyler as he hosted a groundbreaking ceremony Friday for an 18-unit townhome development at the former site of King Chevrolet.
Ben Turney and Lauren Burgess have long dedicated themselves to transforming lives through intensive outpatient therapy. But when their program at a local behavioral health clinic was disbanded, it removed an opportunity for East Texans “in need of a lot of help” to receive valuable – and so…
Polly Hitt remembers waking up the morning of June 2, bleary eyed and thinking her glasses were dirty, before she realized the brown smudges that filled her vision came not from unclean lenses, but a thick haze of rising smoke.
Tyler has a lot of unknown treasures, but hidden downtown within the Plaza Tower lobby is Gallery Main Street — an art exhibit promoting local artists that is sponsored by the city.
Vernon Webb, P.E., has been chosen by the Texas Department of Transportation as the new Tyler District Engineer, effective Sept. 1. Webb, a Jacksonville native, takes the helm of the eight-county Tyler District and its 316 employees.
For years, leaders at CHRISTUS Trinity Mother Frances and Texas Oncology met to come up with a partnership to help treat and care for cancer patients. With the new Louise Herrington Cancer Center on the fifth floor of the Bradley-Thompson Tower at Christus Mother Frances Hospital in Tyler op…
Steve Fitzpatrick had a chance to design an orthodontist clinic in 1986 and took the risk of opening his own firm, Fitzpatrick Architects. His first office was an easy commute. With three daughters, he moved one into a room with her sister and turned it into the corporate headquarters.
Two East Texas Baptist University students, senior Mylan Shed and junior Taylor Singleton, have been selected to receive scholarships provided by the Independent Colleges and Universities of Texas (ICUT) Foundation and its national partner, the Council of Independent Colleges (CIC).