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C.J. Grisham, a retired U.S. Army veteran and gun-rights activist running for the Texas House from Bell County, has come under fire from a statewide... [Read More]
Finally, gas prices are doing what they typically do this time of year — drop. [Read More]
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It arrived almost 50 years ago, offering 31 flavors and becoming a hot spot for first dates, first jobs and a fast stop after a... [Read More]
Just as Barnes & Noble is announcing layoffs and lackluster holiday sales, a new Half Price Books Outlet is making itself at home in Waco,... [Read More]
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A Dallas developer who has spearheaded projects in downtown Waco is turning his attention to Woodway, where he proposes The Outlook at Bosque Ridge to... [Read More]
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Step right up, ladies and gentlemen, John Sawyer has a shop full of stars for your inspection. [Read More]
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Valor Preparatory Academy, a private Christian school, sees a growth spurt coming as it occupies the former Texas Christian Academy campus at New Road and... [Read More]
HobbyTown, a Nebraska-based chain that has spread to more than 40 states, will open a shop in the Brazos Place shopping center at Waco and... [Read More]
Hackers, federal regulations and customers who expect the best in technological conveniences pose challenges to the banking industry, especially smaller institutions, speakers at the Independent... [Read More]
Dunkin' Donuts brought its pastries and coffee to the Greater Waco market in October 2016, opening at Wooded Acres and Valley Mills drives and promising... [Read More]
Holiday shoppers nationwide hit the stores in droves during December, but spending in much of Greater Waco remained stuck in neutral, according to figures released... [Read More]
The Mars candymaking plant in Waco produces three popular treats, and keeping up with demand has prompted the company to announce a $30 million, 65,000-square-foot... [Read More]
New York City-based L3 Technologies, which modifies aircraft and employs nearly 1,300 people at its Waco facility, has announced it will freeze the pension plans... [Read More]
Gas prices typically slide this time of year, pulled down by sluggish demand as the public settles into its post-holiday routine and with the conversion... [Read More]
Central Texas Iron Works already has played a part in Exxon Mobil's grand plan to spend at least $20 billion expanding its petrochemical and refining... [Read More]
Balcones Distilling, the award-winning whiskey-maker that calls Waco home, is celebrating its 10th anniversary by releasing new products and inviting the public to a Valentine's... [Read More]
Employees facing conflicts in their private lives sometimes become problems at work, sabotaging productivity and creating headaches for supervisors, fellow staffers and themselves. [Read More]
A Waco-based company has become the target of an investigation by the Better Business Bureau, which claims hundreds of consumers nationally have lodged complaints against... [Read More]
A new subdivision called Saddle Creek will bring 90 homes to the bustling Bosqueville area, with a real estate agent developing acreage along China Spring... [Read More]
The L3 Technologies plant in Waco has gained the attention of the defense giant's new CEO Christopher Kubasik, who mentioned the facility during a conference... [Read More]
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