Some tax abatements are difficult to digest, but this one was easy to swallow.
The Burleson City Council formally approved a “Chapter 380 Agreement” with Hard Eight BBQ representatives on Monday, paving the way for the popular chain to open its doors and bring Hill Country-st
The holidays can be hard for anyone, but they are especially difficult for the 11.4 percent of Johnson County residents living below the poverty line (census.gov).
Students at Clinkscale Elementary are learning the meaning of giving back.
Members of the community gathered at American Legion Post 426 in Alvarado Friday to distribute winter essentials to homeless veterans in Johnson County.
As co-owner of the Metroplex-based Galois Group, principal/publisher of the Burleson Star, and the paper's new advertising director, Dianne Egan said her focus on local coverage is more important
A beautiful piece of artwork is in the process of being created on the side of City Market.
Ray Neal may have celebrated his 94th birthday on Oct. 26, but that hasn’t stopped him from volunteering at Huguley Hospital three days a week for the past six years.
The Oct. 14 Burleson Founder’s Day celebration – easily one of the most important events the city has to offer – brought residents out in droves for a free day of family-friendly fun.
History buff John Duke Smith recently reached into his treasure trove of local Halloween stories from the past while he was a guest on the Burleson Star Live Internet radio show.