McKinney making plans for St. Patrick’s day fun

December 9, 2018 by  

It has been said that on St. Patrick’s Day, everyone is a little bit Irish, and this will be the case during a McKinney event.

Davidson Lane Real Estate Group is [Read more]

Snowbirds set to flock to McAllen information session

December 9, 2018 by  

Each year, many ‘snowbirds’ make the trek from Canada to the McAllen area to enjoy the warmer weather. Having adequate health insurance for when they are visiting their second home can offer peace of mind, and a workshop will [Read more]

Georgetown short course to help companies get back to business

December 8, 2018 by  

Georgetown business owners who would like to find new ways to maximize their company’s profit flow in 2019 may wish to make sure that they include an upcoming workshop in their plans. It will give them actionable advice that can [Read more]

Starbucks opens new kind of store at revitalized mall in Dallas

December 7, 2018 by  

Starbucks has recently opened what it calls a ‘community store’ at the Red Bird Mall here in Dallas.

The plan to [Read more]

Adventure-seeking retirees consider Dallas high on their list

December 7, 2018 by  

Retirees looking for a place to relocate from which they can access the rest of the country, as well as abroad, will find Dallas-Fort Worth an ideal area in which to settle.

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Austin celebrates season with winter wonderland

December 6, 2018 by  

To start the holiday season in the Austin area, Winter Wonderland at the Circuit returns again for 2018.

A relatively new program in [Read more]

Fort Worth event combines shopping and margaritas

December 5, 2018 by  

The Stockyards Vendor Blender Sip and Shop is a chance to buy local this holiday season.

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Local apiarists to make beeline for Cedar Park seminar

December 3, 2018 by  

Whether they are new to the joys of keeping bees or are experienced in the art of apiculture, Cedar Park’s community of beekeepers may wish to save space in their calendar for a special area [Read more]

Austin-area burger chain makes donation for season of caring

December 3, 2018 by  

Recently, Texas burger chain Whataburger made a donation of $25,000 to the Austin Statesman Season for Caring program. Whataburger has been donating to the program since 2011 and so far contributed $228,000 to the cause.

The goal of Season for Caring is to help Austin-area families. A dozen families from the area are chosen to be featured families, and among this year’s selection are the Harouns, who moved to the US from Sudan in 2014, and the Murorunkweres, who came to the US in 2016, after spending time in a camp for refugees in Rwanda. The families were nominated for the program by Austin-based organizations.

Companies that plan on donating funds to area charities and nonprofits can use flyer printing to let their employees and customers know about the programs, and to encourage others to give.

Speaking to Austin360, Lynne Dobson, the daughter of the founder of Whataburger, said:

“Whataburger deeply appreciates what Season for Caring does for families in the Austin area. The Whataburger teams in Austin are thankful for the opportunity to give this donation.”

Since it was founded in 1950, Whataburger, has worked to build up the communities it serves. One way it does so is by donating money to and raising money for local nonprofits and charitable organizations such as this one.

Austinites can dine inside a gingerbread house

December 2, 2018 by  

Sitting in a house made out of cake and other sweets is not just the stuff of fairy tales. For the second year in a row, Stella San Jac restaurant, located inside the Westin Hotel in Austin, has [Read more]

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