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Public investment around DART Rail moving North Texas

Public investment around DART Rail moving North Texas

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A new study looking at the economic impact of publicly funded projects near the light rail stations of Dallas Area Rapid Transit demonstrates what economists and private real estate developers have seen for nearly

Irving affected by national immigration orders

Irving affected by national immigration orders

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By Vaughn Zel-Lloyd and Joe Snell A week after the initial immigration executive orders were released by the Trump administration in late January, local law firm Mosaic Family Services, Inc. set up phone banks to

Irving-based bank among best companies to work for in Texas

Irving-based bank among best companies to work for in Texas

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The Federal Home Loan Bank of Dallas (FHLB Dallas), an Irving-based wholesale bank owned by its approximately 850 member financial institutions, was named as one of the 100 Best Companies to Work for in

Car care clinics to address check engine light

Car care clinics to address check engine light

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Arlington, Texas – When that dreaded check engine light comes on, your mind inevitably races as numerous questions start flowing through your head. What does it mean? How serious is it? Can I still drive my car? How

Project remembers World War I, marks anniversary of America’s entry

Project remembers World War I, marks anniversary of America’s entry

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“It’s a war that’s quickly being forgotten. We need to recognize World War I instead for the pivotal position it played in shaping modern America and its place in the world. It should be

Celebrate National Arbor Day with free shade trees

Celebrate National Arbor Day with free shade trees

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National Arbor Day is Friday, April 28, and the Arbor Day Foundation is making it easy for anyone to celebrate the annual tree-planting holiday. Join the Foundation in April and receive 10 free shade

Stop the raid on Texas schoolbook funds

Stop the raid on Texas schoolbook funds

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By Colby Nichols More than 150 years ago, Texans set aside a fund to provide free textbooks to children in the state’s public schools, and ever since leaders have worked to keep faith with that

Texas legislators file ‘Granny Tax’ bill to fill state budget hole

Texas legislators file ‘Granny Tax’ bill to fill state budget hole

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Austin,Texas — Texas legislators Senator Chuy Hinojosa and Representative J.D. Sheffield have filed legislation to tax nursing home residents paying for their own care. Known as the Granny Tax, Senate Bill 1130 and House Bill

“Be a First Responder” campaign tackles Dallas’ stray dog problem

“Be a First Responder” campaign tackles Dallas’ stray dog problem

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Photo: DART Officer Davis-Cole and foster dog Valentina are part of the DAWG Project’s campaign. /Photo by Joe Snell In the midst of a photo shoot that paired DART officers with stray Dallas dogs, DAWG

Mistakes on your tax return could lead to an audit

Mistakes on your tax return could lead to an audit

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By Nathaniel Sillin You’re not alone if your heart pounds when you see a letter from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) in your mailbox. While some lucky filers get sent a letter because they’re due