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- Rental scooters could make comeback to Downtown Dallas this fall
Rental scooters could make a comeback in Downtown Dallas. One company made its pitch to city leaders with safety measures designed to keep riders off the sidewalks.
- The best new building in Dallas hits all the right notes
Architecture critic Mark Lamster says the Singing Hills Recreation Center is a welcome new icon for southern Dallas.
- Cornerstone Baptist Church is launching a grocery store to address food insecurity in South Dallas
Cecil Struggs, who uses a wheelchair, rolls himself up the ramp to the new laundromat, just two blocks from his South Dallas apartment. His friend ...
- Meet two Dallas women who turned a frustrating morning into a $7.5 million enterprise
Never have two women been more grateful for misplacing their keys. Janie Cooke and Caroline Nix have a multimillion-dollar enterprise to show for it. Exactly nine years ago, the 40-somethings made ...
- Texas Republicans’ push to restrict voting is straining their close ties with business
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- Workers are slowly returning to offices: Dallas takes the lead, while San Francisco and NY trail behind
Higher office occupancy is critical for the survival of downtown restaurants, shops and other businesses that rely on purchases by office workers.
- Dallas lawyer takes up mission to help people avoid eviction
It became apparent really quickly that this was going to be too much of a job for one person,” said Melton, a Dallas tax attorney who decided to study up on eviction law as COVID-19 began taking an ...
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The Stars, who hope to hold training camp at Dickies Arena, have built the sport in Texas. But it has not grown to Fort Worth.
- Mike Rawlings shares lessons he learned as Dallas mayor and took to private equity
He did that with the city, he does that in this room, and he does that with our companies.” Here’s what Rawlings had to say ... do we continue to grow Dallas? And Dallas has done really well.