Going vertical: A lot of readers are wondering about all that dirt work at 6615 Stewart Road in the former site of Village Hardware, where crews have been busy with elevation and foundation work.
About two weeks ago, James E. Williams Jr., 64, started his own company, Eternal Play Toys, to sell his dominoes-based card game.
Buzz Blog is back with plans to break local business news all week digitally to complement the weekend’s print edition of Biz Buzz. Here’s a sneak peek of what you’ll find online.
Penney lane: News earlier this week that department store chain J.C. Penney had filed for Chapter 11 restructuring and would permanently close 242 of its 846 stores naturally raised questions about the fate of the retailer’s League City location.
Laura Elder dishes on business doings, comings and goings and question marks.
'I’d suggest to any business to try and do your best to save every season because you never know what’s coming.' — Mike Dean, owner, Yaga’s Entertainment
Meanwhile, movie theaters prepare to reopen in a different world.
Landlords seem to work with tenants, but they have to answer to their lenders as well.
After weeks of beach closures, take-out restaurant meals and to-go cocktails, life is beginning to appear more normal here on the island. Texas Gov. Greg Abbott and officials from the Texas General Land Office — with an eye toward restarting the economy — have lifted some restrictions on Tex…
Resort report: A long-planned luxury residential and marina development advanced this week with the acquisition of the last remaining piece of waterfront real estate property in Tiki Island.
Small business advocates expect the second round of federal money will be loaned in record time, and many businesses will remain out in the cold.