Finalists for Hyperloop challenge include Texas entry

September 21, 2017 by  

A group representing Texas was among 10 finalists submitting promising Hyperloop transportation system.

The Lone Star state entry included a [Read more]

Data center expansion planned by Internap Corporation

September 14, 2017 by  

An extensive expansion of Internap Corporation’s Dallas data center is planned to help with increasing service demands.

Internap Corporation deals in [Read more]

One-of-a-kind restaurant opening in Dallas’ Design District

September 14, 2017 by  

Dallas Design District is to get a unique, barbecue restaurant that features an onsite fully functioning Ferris wheel.

Dallas’s new barbecue restaurant, Ferris Wheelers, will be [Read more]

Historic golf course may make way for new housing development

September 7, 2017 by  

One of the largest residential developers in North Texas is in discussions that may lead to its purchase of the Golf Club of Dallas, which has a storied past.

The Oak Cliff Country Club, as it [Read more]

Firms for the bullet train’s design and construction announced

August 18, 2017 by  

Recently, Texas Central Partners revealed which firms were chosen for design and construction of the Dallas to Houston high-speed ‘bullet’ train.

The Fortune 500 Fluor Corporation, based in [Read more]

Dallas ISD promised sufficient bus drivers for new school year

August 18, 2017 by  

On August 10, board members for Dallas Independent School District asked the Dallas County Schools (DCS), a local school bus company, if they had an adequate number of drivers to start the school year.

With only [Read more]

Unpopular toll road plan shot down by Dallas City Council

August 18, 2017 by  

The Dallas City Council, by a wide majority, sided with the people of Dallas and voted down a proposal to make the Trinity River Parkway a toll road.

Out of 15 council members, only Casey Thomas and [Read more]

Dallas teachers receive deals on back-to-school supplies

August 8, 2017 by  

In a couple of weeks, students all across North Texas will be back in school, and between now and then, stores will be enticing back-to-school shoppers with [Read more]

South Sudan flag raised at Dallas City Hall for first time

August 6, 2017 by  

Recently, the flag of South Sudan flew at the Dallas municipal government administration building during the annual South Sudan Unite. It was the first time the emblem of the world’s newest nation had been raised there.

As the annual diaspora event, South Sudan Unite, was [Read more]

Ice cream to keep Dallas cool

July 21, 2017 by  

A new business called ‘The Pharmacy’ will soon be selling a range of ice cream treats in Dallas, including some adult-only selections.

An ice cream parlor with a [Read more]

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