Burleson resident Gregg Gammon of Gammon Financial is one of forty-nine businesses represented at the 15th annual Keene Chamber of Commerce Business Expo/Health Fair/Job Fair from 10 a.m.
Burleson has gained a third major food manufacturer and distributor.
Sharlotta Connally had encouraged her son, Cody Krupala, and his wife, Whitney, to expand their business from Midlothian to other areas, like Johnson County.
There will soon be easier access to a cup of joe in Old Town.
An Irish-themed sports pub with a family twist could call Burleson home within a year.
Dollar Tree, Inc., has formally announced plans to open a store location in Joshua.
Dwell Coffee and Nosh has announced plans to move to a location at 108 Ellison Street in Old Town, about 0.2 miles from the present location on Renfro Street near Johnson Avenue.
The average priced home is becoming tougher for homebuyers to find in Burleson, according to a report this week from the MetroTex Association of Realtors.
A Walmart Neighborhood Market opened Wednesday near the Chisholm Trail Tollway in Fort Worth, within the Crowley ISD.
The store will employ 95 full and part-time associates.
McAlister’s Deli will celebrate its opening in Burleson with a complimentary community lunch Thursday.
The fast casual restaurant is located at 12770 S. Interstate 35W, Suite 180.