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Posted By gailbennison on 2015 Feb 25 - 12:49pm

In January this year, Halliday graciously provided us a closer look at what she values — both personally and professionally — and how she wants to be remembered.

You have been honored with many awards. Which award do you treasure most and why? The Horatio Alger Award, which I was honored to receive in 2005 in Washington, D.C., was very gratifying because the award is dedicated to the belief that hard work, honesty and determination can conquer all obstacles...

Posted By gailbennison on 2015 Feb 25 - 12:04pm

First lady of real estate celebrates 70 years in business and 104th birthday.

In 1945 Ebby started her own boutique, Ebby's Hats. Her designs were mostly bought up by wealthy Dallas women. There are a few women who are known by their first name. Ebby Halliday is one of them. Ebby is synonymous with real estate. Born in the...

Posted By Hal A. Brown on 2015 Feb 18 - 4:52pm

We recently completed our office transformation with a high-end finish out, technological upgrades and nearly twice the square footage.

Riding High The office remodel is unveiled with the help of Moera Creative’s drone services. To see the video, visit fwtx.com/videos. Founded in 2009 by Erick Moya, Moera Creative is a digital design and photography company located in Fort Worth....

Posted By gailbennison on 2015 Feb 18 - 4:13pm

Fort Worth Convention & Visitors Bureau celebrates 50 years.

Fort Worth CVB by the Numbers: 6.5 million visitors a year, up 20 percent over last five years $1.6 billion annual economic impact in Fort Worth from tourism (...

Posted By Anonymous on 2014 Dec 26 - 10:40am

Each year, thousands of parents and students begin their hunt for the perfect school. Filling out application after application, setting up interviews and making multiple visits to schools can be a daunting task. Where will my child excel academically, grow personally and truly enjoy learning?...

Posted By gailbennison on 2014 Dec 15 - 12:12pm

Taking Stock of His Legacy

As a young boy, Holt Hickman loved taking trips with his father to the Fort Worth Stockyards to buy and sell cattle—the smells of the animals and the hay, the people he met, the excitement of just being there. It was a magical place he never would forget. Those memories helped fuel his life-...

Posted By Anonymous on 2014 Dec 15 - 10:42am

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“In the womb,” TCU Dean of Admissions Ray Brown answered a query about when students should start thinking about college. He’s joking. Sort of. Applying to college used to be a relatively simple process. School rankings weren’t published multiple times a year, fewer...

Posted By Jocelyn Tatum on 2014 Nov 18 - 2:32pm

A local company believes that business should have a mission, so it participates in the Next STEP program that helps ex-offenders secure their first honest jobs after having many doors shut in their faces.

BREWED was born out of a desire to revitalize the city through people. Owner Joey Turner and his colleagues believe that all people have value. CJ Mills is homeless and totes this wagon full of supplies on...

Posted By gailbennison on 2014 Nov 18 - 12:00pm

Men and Their Cars

In Fort Worth, there is no shortage of interesting men who collect and love classic cars. We talked with 10 of them. Some buy cars that bring back memories of a special time in their lives—usually their teenage years. For others, cars are an investment, and they have no emotional attachments...

Posted By Anonymous on 2014 Nov 18 - 11:09am

The Colleyville Woman’s Club kicks off the yuletide season with its 30th annual Holiday Home Tour from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 7. Five beautiful homes in Colleyville will be showcased, all exquisitely decorated for the holidays. There will be something for everyone on this tour as...

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