*Tree growers named to new board*My Mom's Basement is expanding*Dallas doctor set to close practice*Senior living center hosting event
For the local franchise, Dallas TV and RadioShack on Jefferson Street in downtown Dallas, the answer is clear.
Jeremey Santee-Malloy, a commercial loan officer at Citizen’s Bank in Dallas, just moved to Independence in November and quickly realized there was no networking outlet for young up-and-comers.
Independence will become a hub of importing and exporting goods via train and trucks when White’s Hauling expands.
Popular bakery ends its regular pizza nights; is closed Sundays
The decision to scale back operations at the bakery — The Bread Board will also now be closed on Sundays — was about “restoring some balance” in owners Zinn and John Volkmann’s lives.
Plans are in the works to bring a brewery to Dallas.
*Gentle Dental now open in Dallas
*Credit union has new name*chamber board announced*Sushi restaurant opening
Fans of both Farrol’s of old and Rock-N-Rogers’ menu should be pleased.
*Yarn store opens at Fairview Farm*Local Burgerville has new manager*Financial adviser plans open house
*Store reopens in downtown Dallas*Apartment complex set for opening*Financial adviser plans open house*Ugly sweater contest for pets set
Little known hobby store along 99W specializes in model trains
Inside Tom Pryor’s Machines is a world of miniature trains to be discovered.
*Brixius Jewelers celebrates 55 years*Local art studio hosting open houses*Coat, blanket donations are sought*Financial adviser plans open house*Karmic Computers has gone mobile
“I cook,” he said. “It’s what makes my heart beat. I’ve tried (other careers) trying to find what makes my heart beat, when all the time it was cooking.”
Originally set at $4,000 per building, the Dallas Urban Renewal District Board of Directors on Oct. 20 approved an increase to $10,000 per building.