Texans have many reasons to be proud of the Lone Star state, but for nine different regions around the state, air quality is not one of them. The Texas Department of Transportation’s Drive Clean Texas campaign wants to change that.
The campaign wants motorists to take pride in keeping the air clean during the hottest time of year when slow wind speeds and hot, sunny days create conditions
Attorney General Ken Paxton today announced that the Consumer Protection Division of his office took legal action against three companies, including a Houston-based labor poster operation, as a part of the Federal Trade Commission’s law enforcement sweep targeting scam artists who attempt to defraud small businesses.
Operation Main Street resulted in a total of 24 actions nationwide against individuals or companies accused of ripping off small businesses.
Heritage Land Bank is pleased to announce that it has promoted Heath Gattis to Chief Financial Officer. In his new role, Gattis will develop and implement Heritage Land Bank’s financial strategies in an effort to enhance profitability and the company’s position in the market.
In addition, Gattis will provide financial analysis and expertise in operating and monitoring various customer and association loan programs.
The Regional Transportation Council on Thursday approved $15.46 million in federal funding toward the reconstruction and widening of a two-mile stretch of East Bear Creek Road in Glenn Heights from two lanes to four lanes with sidewalks.
As part of an international movement, the American Red Cross is launching the Missing Types campaign today to recruit new blood donors – and those who have not given recently – to ensure lifesaving blood is available for patients.
Employees from the Greenville office of Heritage Land Bank spent the morning of May 15 distributing locally sourced meat and other perishables to area charitable agencies.
Last week the North Texas Municipal Water District (NTMWD) celebrated the groundbreaking of North Texas’ first major reservoir in nearly 30 years.
Attorney General Ken Paxton today announced that his office collaborated with local and federal law enforcement on a seven-month investigation that culminated in the arrests of 13 people allegedly involved in prostitution and human trafficking in Texas.
A new 22,000 square-foot state-of-the-art health and wellness center serving adults age 60 and older in Oak Cliff will open this fall under a co-operative venture between the City of Dallas
Attorney General Ken Paxton today said the oral arguments the lawyers from his office presented before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit make him optimistic Texas will prevail in its fight to preserve landmark changes to the state’s foster care system that were enacted by the Legislature in 2017.