Tag Archive: market

Oct 04 2015

Texas Housing Market Still Strong


Latest Multiple Listing Service (MLS) data show Texas home sales had a 7 percent year-over-year increase in August while the median price was up 7.4 percent. “Generally speaking, the market’s still going strong,” said Texas A&M Universitys Real Estate Center Chief Economist Jim Gaines. “However, we are seeing some slowdown in demand in areas most …

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Dec 07 2013

Thou Shalt Not Tolerate Inequality: By rejecting a “deified Market,” Pope Francis is protecting our societies — and souls.

Sometimes you don’t have to say anything “new” to make news. Consider the “apostolic exhortation” the Vatican recently released. This statement from Pope Francis, observers note, didn’t really break new theological ground. But the Pope’s exhortation, his first since he stepped onto the world stage, still made front page news the world over — and …

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Jun 28 2012

Pure fresh produce

Historic Longview Farmers Market has pure, fresh “nothing added” produce and many more products. Local farmers like in the good ole days are bringing variety of fruits and  veggies; grass fed and grass finished beef; fresh eggs, and many more. Everyone is invited every Saturday 8:00-12:00 at the corner of Cotton & High streets.   …

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Apr 28 2011

Eat, live well: Historic Longview Farmers Market 2011 Season open through November.

The Historic Longview Farmers Market, located on Cotton at High Street, is open every Saturday, 8-12 noon.  At the market there are locally grown strawberries, onions, greens, cabbage, tomatoes, fresh herbs, beets, radishes, broccoli, and other fruits and vegetables, plus cut flowers. New this year are artisan breads, goat cheese, free range eggs, plus locally …

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