Hadley hopes old-school approach, local ingredients will attract customers
Hadley had spent 27 years in other people’s kitchens. While he said he enjoyed the work — for the most part — it began to wear on him as restaurants he worked at became more and more focused on money and less focused on food.
Connect 2 Oregon event aims to get local businesses in touch with agencies
When a government agency needs a service — catering or landscaping, for example — employees use a preferred provider list.
Davenport plans to invest in facilities, dealership, now named Capital Ford
The new owner of Capital Ford in Dallas, formerly Joe Hayward Ford, aspired to be an opera singer growing up.
In her career as a salon owner, Hermelinda Garcia can count 42 years, three locations, and countless friends.
*Massage, acupuncture businesses join forces*Call center makes list for fastest growing company*MINET board discusses code of conduct, bylaws
The grocery store turned convenience store, located at the corner of Oak and Main streets in Dallas, closed at the end of July.
*Shine & Sparkle Cleaning to expand service*White's Collision to open new location
*Independence Station on the market*Dallas Yoga moving to new location
Lucky Halcom and Robert Coe were going nonstop on a recent Thursday afternoon.
Blue Garden’s sign is gone, but downtown Dallas history buffs shouldn’t fret. It will back — restored — soon.
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Some health products will be offered at Some Things, others will be available for special orders
Unless a sales offer comes in at the last minute, Dallas Health & Vitality Center on Oak Street will close its doors at the end of this month.
Reed got his start working in or for bowling alleys, coincidently, at Starlite Lanes.
*Rosevear honored with top awards*Chamber moves down the street*Money available for organic certification
Salon owner McCarthy enjoys more traffic at new location
Platinum Spa and Salon owner Debbie McCarthy has transformed the small building into a cozy salon, moving her business from Court Street downtown.