Lena Pope, a nonprofit that improves child well-being in Tarrant County, announced Nov. 5 the selection of Ashley Lind, Ph.D., as the agency’s new chief executive officer.
Dodson Companies announced Oct. 29 that it has acquired property at 2531 Weisenberger St. in the Foundry District as part of a long-term strategic plan by the company’s owner, Ryan Dodson, to provide modern concepts and fresh adaptive retail spaces in up and coming areas of town, the company…
GDC Technics, an industry leader in aircraft engineering & technical services, modifications, electronic systems, R&D, government services, and MRO services, revealed its enhanced company brand to the public as it approaches its 20th anniversary.
Downtown Fort Worth residents and office workers now have a full-service grocery store within walking distance that also features a wine bar, a bistro and plenty of workspace for multi-taskers.
Four years ago, when Jason Ray was just beginning in his job as CEO of Clayton Youth Enrichment, the measurement of success was whether the program was keeping the children in its after school program safe and happy.
BoardBuild, a nonprofit that seeks to shape communities through strengthening board governance, has officially named Pam Cannell, who has 25 years of experience enacting community change, as its chief executive officer.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Home prices in 2018 climbed 4.5%, while incomes grew 3.2%, according to CoreLogic real estate figures and government wage data released Friday.
You can’t say that Tarrant County Precinct 2 Commissioner Devan Allen is a newcomer to politics, although her primary victory and then her defeat of incumbent Commissioner Andy Nguyen in the November general election was her first run.
No matter how quickly people can move long distances from Point A to Point B, the first and last mile of that journey are crucial to the successful operation of any mass transportation system.
What's in a name? Well, when your great-great grandfather invented one of the most popular games on the face of the planet, a name can make folks take notice.
There’s no question that the North Texas area through the North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) and the Regional Transportation Council have been very successful over the years in securing funds to manage construction and congestion in an area that has been adding a million peo…
The Fort Worth Chapter of the American Institute of Architects announces the results of its annual statewide Excellence in Architecture Student Design Awards Jury.
Blackland Distillery, founded by Fort Worth-native and lawyer-turned-chef-turned-distiller Markus Kypreos, plans to make its official debut in Fort Worth in March.
If you spend time in the Foundry District – the burgeoning development in what was a neighborhood of commercial buildings and modest homes north of West Seventh Street near Montgomery Plaza – you’ll notice a recurring theme.
Dionne Phillips Bagsby, who broke racial and gender barriers throughout her life in Fort Worth, died Jan. 10 at age 82 surrounded by her loved ones and close friends. She had been battling pancreatic cancer since April of 2018.
NBC 5/KXAS and Telemundo 39/KXTX have announced that their 2019 grant challenge will give local organizations a chance to compete for a total of $225,000 in awards.
Veritas Energy LLC of Fort Worth announced the formation of Veritas Permian II LLC Oct. 24 and simultaneous closed an equity commitment from Carnelian Energy Capital II L.P., a fund managed by Carnelian Energy Capital Management L.P.
The Las Vegas Trail Revitalization Project (LTVRISE) announced Oct. 8 that Karmen L. Rubin had been selected as its new executive director effective immediately.
Nanoscope Technologies, a SmartStart client of TechFW, has received two grants totaling $4 million for two optogenetics technologies that could bring sight to those with damaged retina cells, TechFW said in a news release.
The North Texas Food Bank officially unveiled its new northern distribution center, named the Perot Family Campus, at a special community event in Plano Sept. 16, recognizes the Perot family’s lead gift to the food bank’s Stop Hunger Build Hope capital campaign, the organization said in a ne…
Mansfield-based Klein Tools Inc. and Tenacious Holdings Inc. – the parent company of safety equipment company Ergodyne – announced Sept. 5 that Klein Tools has acquired Ergodyne. Ergodyne will be operated as a separate business unit in St. Paul, Minnesota, at its current headquarters. Tom Vo…
Eosera is a biotechnology company that develops health care products to improve the lives of both doctors and patients. Its first product line focuses on solving common ear conditions, such as earwax impaction with Earwax MD and Wax Blaster MD, painful ears with Ear Pain MD, and itching ears…
Cassco Development Co. was founded in 1956 to manage and develop the family-owned Edwards Ranch that once sprawled over 7,000 acres on the west side of Fort Worth.
Union Gospel Mission of Tarrant County, founded in 1888 as the Bethel Mission by 10 downtown churches, has about 130 years of experience providing food, shelter and support services to thousands of men, women and children.
Source Building Group Inc. was founded in 2012 in Fort Worth and almost didn’t survive its first job. But founder and owner Trelaine M. Mapp didn’t give up and as of 2017 recorded gross billings for $2 million.
Been wondering what that building is under construction to the west of the Chapel Hill Shopping Center on the Interstate 30 access road?
Avon, Connecticut-based Ironwood Capital announced June 5 a subordinated debt investment in BrandFX Body Co., the largest manufacturer of composite fiberglass truck bodies in the nation, primarily serving the power and telephone industries, with headquarters in Fort Worth.
Klein Tools annual “State of the Industry” survey – with input from more than 800 union and non-union electricians – highlights when and why millennials are entering the industry. The results also explore how employers can attract the next generation to the trades to end the labor shortage f…
The 1,400-acre Near Southside district is one of the most successful areas of the city, combining a rich mix of business, restaurants and entertainment, along with a varied mix of living options.
CurePSP, a nonprofit advocacy organization for prime of life neurodegenerative diseases, and the Rainwater Charitable Foundation of Fort Worth announced March 28 what the two organizations called a "landmark partnership in the Prime of Life Brain Initiative, an unprecedented research effort …
Westchester Plaza, built to great anticipation in 1951 as a luxury apartment building, was reduced to a pile of rubble in the length of a regulation bull ride Sunday morning.
AUSTIN - The Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) Jan. 22 approved $200,000 in loan forgiveness from the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund to the Lake Texoma VFW Post 7873 in Grayson County. The VFW will use the assistance to finance planning, design and construction costs associated with …
The good news is that worker job satisfaction in the latest national survey reported by The Conference Board passed the 50 percent mark for the first time since 2005. The bad news in that September 2017 report is that nearly half the respondents are not satisfied.
The face of public housing assistance in Fort Worth is changing, both in the kind of people in need of housing help and in the way the city agency charged with providing that help – Fort Worth Housing Solutions – is addressing the need.
You’ve read or heard the stories behind many of the nation’s mass killers: All of us were surprised. He seemed like a nice guy. He was quiet and kept to himself. He just snapped.