COVID-19 hospitalizations in East Texas dipped below a threshold Thursday that would have rolled back coronavirus-related restrictions. Local …
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Gregg County Judge Bill Stoudt said this morning that he is gathering information needed to open bars in the county.
The Confederate monument will remain on Gregg County Courthouse lawn — at least for now.
As Gov. Greg Abbott issued a statewide mask mandate Thursday, Gregg County COVID-19 cases jumped by 20 for a current active count of 272.
Gregg County reported its 13th death from COVID-19 on Monday and the first that was not associated with a nursing home, while cases of the novel coronavirus continue to climb across East Texas and local leaders intensified their pleas for residents to protect themselves and others from the persistent pandemic.
Gregg County logged six new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, as the county judge and Longview mayor both warned residents that now is not the time to let their guards down.
Free COVID-19 testing will be offered again over four days next week in Longview at locations spread across the city.
More free mobile testing for COVID-19 will be offered in Longview, with the Texas Army National Guard scheduled to coordinate operations at four locations next week.
Gregg County Judge Bill Stoudt has tasked each of his department heads to find 15% in cuts to their budgets amid revenue declines stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic.