DALLAS — A 32—year-old former Houston man who “damn near died” after eating Blue Bell ice cream has filed what attorneys say is probably the first suit to stem from a massive product recall.
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OAK BROOK, Ill. — Protesters hailing from as far away as Kansas City, Mo., and New York participated in a demonstration at McDonald’s headquarters in suburban Chicago today urging that hourly wages for the burger giant’s front-line workers be increased to $15 an hour.
Sherman city leaders have a bit of a happy problem on their hands — but a conundrum nonetheless. A consortium of area physicians, working in partnership with the Baylor Health Care System, is working to build a small, state-of-the-art hospital in south Sherman, with 75 to 100 patient beds, many of which would overlook Stone Creek Golf Course.
DALLAS — By age 26, Jason Story had already sold one company and left another that he co-founded as a student at the University of Texas.
The Great Recession affected virtually all sectors of the local economy, from civic budgets , to the area housing market , to sales tax receipts. And just as the national recession depressed economic conditions for those who live and work locally, so, too, did it impact those who would otherwise have been here visiting.
For Denison leaders, housing of all types has been a major focus in recent years as the city experienced growth and development. But encouraging construction of more affordable housing on vacant lots throughout the city has been a challenge. To address that the city, in partnership with local banks, launched a program aimed at encouraging infill development of affordable housing options in existing neighborhoods.
For the second straight quarter , the Sherman-Denison Metropolitan Area leads the nation in home-price growth.
With Main Street occupancy near its highest level in years, Denison ’s sales tax growth has continued its strongly positive trend in the early portion of 2015. The city took in $598,766 in March of this year — numbers for which were released Wednesday by the State Comptroller’s Office. It’s an increase of 5.1 percent.
“Know your farmer, know your food.” That is the motto of the Sherman Farmers Market, which made its debut Saturday morning at the corner of Walnut and Wall Streets.
Sherman native Charla Aldous was recently named as one of the D Magazine’s Best Lawyers in Dallas. This is the tenth year in a row that Aldous has earned the honor which is voted on by practicing attorneys in North Texas.