East Texas is a great place to live and to raise a family. It's a tight knit area full of so many great smaller towns; with of course Tyler and Longview serving as the anchors. Today, though, let's take a closer look at the 47th largest city in Texas -- that is for the most part located in Gregg County.

This week a woman, who judging from her genuine question and sincere responses seems to be a most pleasant soon-to-be-former Californian, will be moving to Longview and reached out to her future neighbors to find out what they love about the town.

And, boy, were there some great responses. From easy navigation -- thanks to the Loop -- to Friday night football, the library, and food options; residents revealed just so many great reasons why they absolutely love being a part of this community.

So let's dive into a bunch of the comments, that if nothing else, they serve as a reminder of how great our really town is.

Longview Residents Sound Off on What They Love About Their City

This week a woman, who judging from her comments seems to be a most pleasant soon-to-be-former Californian, will be moving to Longview and reached out to her future neighbors to find out what they love about the town. And, boy, were there some great responses. From easy navigation -- thanks to the Loop -- and Friday night football, residents have got so much that they absolutely love about living here.

Conspiracy Theorists Go Nuts Over Longview Walmart And Sam's Not Taking Cash

The old saying goes something like ... 'Cash Is King'. However, paying with cash is becoming a much harder thing to do these days and some Longview residents are taking notice. The following comments were posted in a social media group after noticing that a Walmart and Sam's in Longview no longer accepted cash.

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The Longview And Tyler Restaurants That Should Be Resurrected

The popular eating joints once served thousands of East Texans. Unfortunately, they're just a memory now and East Texans want them back