Business

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2017 May 30 - 4:34pm

Local app-based delivery services PICKUP and Gozova move out of the startup phase and look toward growth.

Uber-style businesses are everywhere these days, reaching into industries like food and hospitality. The model is also making its way to delivery services through local companies like PICKUP and Gozova, both of which have launched and are looking to grow their Fort Worth footprints. PICKUP and...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2017 May 22 - 5:16pm

Comfortable design, improved patient flow among features of new Texas Oncology facility.

Construction is underway for Texas Oncology’s new cancer center, a consolidation of the organization’s Eighth Avenue, 12th Avenue and Klabzuba facilities. The new facility, located at 500 Henderson St., is expected to open in spring 2018. Texas Oncology will occupy three of the four...

Posted By Molly Jenkins on 2017 May 19 - 4:13pm

A former auto body shop is now a favored Fort Worth coworking space for small business owners and entrepreneurs.

Working from home has its perks, but it doesn’t have the same vibe of a big community. coLAB combines the perks of personal space with the energy of a community to create the ideal work environment. coLAB coworking space sits at 262 Carroll St. – near an area busy with car dealerships...

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 May 17 - 11:51am

Less than a month after the TCU basketball team won the NIT Championship, Fort Worth scored a gig to be one of the hosts of the NCAA men’s basketball tournament in March 2022. Some of the first- and second-round games will be played in the new Dickies Arena, currently under construction with...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2017 May 17 - 11:48am

Sundance Square announced the addition of another retailer in May, bringing the 35-block development close to full occupancy. This comes as the downtown landmark reports a growth in visitor numbers – the development had 30 percent more visitors in 2016 than 2015 over the same period,...

Posted By Brittany Ryan on 2017 May 17 - 11:30am

When Opal Lee’s grandparents relocated from Louisiana to Texas, they did so in two covered wagons. When they finally arrived, her grandfather – “Poppa,” as she still calls him – settled down to farming. He had 160 acres to tend and no way to hire the help he needed,...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2017 May 17 - 11:12am

The first six letters in “Beat Leukemia” are “Beatle,” so it’s only fitting that The Beatles – or at least, a Beatles tribute band – perform at the Beat Leukemia Ball each year. Leukemia Texas held its 14th ball in May, supporting leukemia research and...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2017 May 17 - 11:00am

The first thing that often comes to mind when most people hear “Goodwill” is hidden treasures and steals on pre-owned clothing and furniture – all for a good cause, of course. But the organization is more than just a retailer, offering programs that help youth, veterans, and...

Posted By Jennifer Casseday-Blair on 2017 May 16 - 4:39pm

Needing to maintain peak physical condition while on deployment, Navy SEAL Squadron Commander, Randy Hetrick, used parachute webbing, a jujitsu belt and creativity to develop the initial version of TRX in 1997. By 2004 Hetrick officially launched Travelfit, Inc. and began selling Travel X (the...

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 May 16 - 4:33pm

| by Linda Blackwell Simmons | He’s here six days a week, greeting patrons, managing the kitchen, and enjoying the customers who love his cuisine. Mike Smith, owner of Paris Coffee Shop on Fort Worth’s Southside, has been at it since 1965, when he took over duties from his father, who...

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