After the inaugural year, the Tower City Comedy Festival returns to downtown Paris on Jan. 30, 31 and Feb. 1. More than 50 comedians and podcasters were selected from over 300 submissions from all over the country and Canada.

Paris Junior College on Wednesday hosted an inaugural job fair for students and regional businesses. The goal chiefly was to help Paris Junior College graduates obtain employment, although anyone in the community was welcome to attend.

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Shoshana Zuboff's indictment is straightforward: Tech companies put out new apps designed to suck up our data trails; companies then use those insights to steer us toward our next YouTube video or Facebook interaction or Amazon purchase — and to develop their next apps. Rinse and repeat.

Why do you invest? For many people, here’s the answer: “I invest because I want to enjoy a comfortable retirement.” And that’s certainly a great reason, because all of us should regularly put money away for when we’re retired. But you can also benefit by investing in your family and your community.

While many consumers are logging online to do their Christmas shopping, there are perks to looking for keepsake gifts closer to home, such as supporting the community and unearthing unique treasures made by local people.

There is no shortage of sports fans, and with Christmas drawing near, people’s sports allegiances can lead to some truly memorable gift opportunities. That’s where Big Boy Memorabilia comes in.

Hormel Foods and Brookshire's partnered to donate 90 hams to the Downtown Food Pantry to help feed those in need this holiday season. Pictured are Chris Carpenter and Key Yarbrough with the Paris Brookshire's grocery store, along with food pantry executive director Allan Hubbard. The two com…

If you’re fairly new to investing, you might be wondering what sort of rules you should follow or moves you should make. And while everyone’s situation is different, there are indeed guidelines that make sense for all investors. Here are some to consider:

Families traveling outside of Texas for Thanksgiving might want to increase their fuel budget slightly as Thanksgiving gas prices are the highest they’ve been in five years.

Santa Claus stopped by The Paris News' office for a few hours on Wednesday and met with children to learn what they wanted for Christmas. The stopover also was used to collect donations for Toys for Tots.

The first cargo-carrying robot marketed directly to consumers is on sale this holiday season. But how many people are ready to ditch their second car to buy a two-wheeled rover that can follow them around like a dog?

CLARKSVILLE — There is a new eating establishment in town. Shirley Moore Calahan and Sheryln Moore Scott officially started living their dream when they opened the doors at Bo & Chris’s Place at 221 N. Walnut St. on Nov. 16 with a ribbon cutting ceremony.

Pierson & Fendley Insurance in Paris is part of an elite group of independent insurance agencies around the United States participating in the Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America “Best Practices” Study Group.

The nursing home recently received designation as a secure nursing home, and added alarms to doors to prevent long-term residents with dementia, Alzheimer’s or a similar issue from wandering off the premises, Legend Healthcare executive director Kenneth Grover said.

The Lamar County Chamber of Commerce welcomes Sister Babyz with a ribbon cutting on Thursday. The boutique is located at 201 North Collegiate Drive and has two other locations in Sulphur Springs and Royce City.

Lamar Electric Cooperative recently conducted pole top rescue training sessions to prepare the company’s linemen to rescue a person who has been injured working on power lines.