Hertz filed for bankruptcy protection Friday, unable to withstand the coronavirus pandemic that has crippled global travel and with it, the heavily indebted 102-year-old car rental company’s business.
The city of Tyler issued the following permits between May 15-21 for new construction.
Summer doesn’t begin until June 20, but the best time to check your home for electrical hazards is before temperatures reach triple digits. May is National Electrical Safety Month and the Better Business Bureau reminds consumers to be cautious with electrical wiring and equipment around your…
Bowlers lined every other lane Friday as Green Acres Bowling Center reopened after a two-month closure due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Tyler has the cheapest gas in the state, according to AAA Texas.
The outbreak of the coronavirus has dealt a shock to the global economy with unprecedented speed. Following are developments Thursday related to national and global response, the work place and the spread of the virus.
As bars open for the first time in over two months and restaurants raise their capacity, Tyler area owners and employees are taking extra sanitation and social distancing precautions for customers’ safety.
As a spa attendant at Hand and Stone Massage and Facial Spa, Marisa Rodgers has to do extra but essential sanitizing to ensure the safety of clients and employees.
A University of Texas at Tyler research group estimates that economies in Tyler and Longview areas lost hundreds of millions of dollars in April while stay-at-home orders were in place to slow the spread of COVID-19.
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City of Tyler building permits from May 8 to May 14
Moving is more than relocating your belongings to a new home. Whether moving across town or across the country, it requires time, patience, money and trust. Movers are one of the top categories of companies searched on the Better Business Bureau website, BBB.org, which has BBB Business Profi…
Dozens of medical clinics in East Texas received much needed personal protective equipment this week.
Manny’s Mucho Taco announced Wednesday it will close permanently.
Southside Bank names Jared Green regional president
While we are living in uncertain times, one thing is certain — small businesses are struggling. Many have lost several weeks of income and are dealing with the challenges of whether or not to furlough or terminate staff, apply for funding, how to pivot to serve customers via curbside service…
LeTourneau University announced Friday that summer camps scheduled for June have been canceled out of an abundance of caution regarding the current novel coronavirus pandemic.
The Environmental Protection Agency has presented the University of Texas Health Science Center at Tyler the National Environmental Leadership Award in Asthma Management.
The city of Tyler issued the following permits between May 1 and May 7 for new construction.
Denver-based Frontier Airlines will resume flights between Denver and Tyler beginning Sunday. Passengers will be required to wear a face covering and adhere to other safety protocols.
Tyler salon owner Coby Archa said he received 10 text messages immediately after people heard salons could reopen Friday.
Brookshire Grocery Co. announced Tuesday it is extending discount programs for senior citizens and critical and emergency service providers through June 2.
Building permits issued by the city of Tyler from April 24-30:
Texas Bank and Trust Vice Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Rogers Pope Jr. has announced that James Sheridan has received the TB&T Community Spirit Award.
Brookshire’s produce manager WINS AWARD