Every spring, usually around April, the questions begin from curious customers.
From board games to muscle car parts to fireproof stucco, Stephen F. Austin State University students pitched their business ideas to win the second annual “Shark Tank” style Lumberjack Entrepreneurship Competition April 21.
Nacogdoches Economic Development Corp. will host a resource fair as part of National Small Business Week.
The Heart Institute of East Texas has opened a new office Monday at 1004 N. Mound St.
The Nacogdoches County Chamber of Commerce has promoted executive vice president Kelly Augustine to chief operating officer.
Dear Dave: I’m thinking more seriously about buying a home in the next year or so. It seems like the housing market has cooled off a bit, so I am also planning to get a secured credit card to help me rebuild my credit score in the meantime.
Dear Dave: I’m going to sell a rental cabin I own, and the sale should bring me about $388,000. Should I take the proceeds from the sale and use it to pay off my home and other debt or use the money to buy another, similar rental property where I could collect about $1,500 per month in rent?