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Open in Colleyville, Whole Foods gears up for Fort Worth

Whole Foods Market opened its newest store July 8 in Colleyville, won’t be done in the Metroplex even when it completes the next four stores it has on tap for the area, according to Mark Dixon, the company’s Southwest region president.

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H-E-B begins $14M Burleson store expansion

The H-E-B supermarket chain has announced a $14 million upgrade and expansion of its Burleson store at 165 NW John Jones Drive.

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Bettering The Bastion: Fort Worth's former Gladney home refurbished as a business

The Bastion – a restaurant, catering service, and special events center tucked into the compound of the historic former Edna Gladney home on Hemphill Street in Fort Worth’s Near Southside Fairmount neighborhood – seems more of a hideaway than what its name suggests.

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KKR and Legend Productions to create new oil and gas firm in Fort Worth

Global private equity firms KKR & Co. LP and Riverstone Holdings LLC will form one of the largest oil and gas companies in the Barnett Shale with the

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Fort Worth looks to pair new Will Rogers arena with Convention Center makeover

The Fort Worth City Council is moving the long-discussed idea of building a new multipurpose arena in the city’s Will Rogers Memorial Center ahead, and is scheduled to vote Tuesday on a resolution saying it supports a public-private partnership and the beginning of a search for funding.

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Glen Garden distillery plan takes emotional turn as race issues arise

The potential redevelopment of Fort Worth’s historic Glen Garden County Club remained hung up in emotional debate heading into Tuesday’s City Council vote on the case, with one community leader telling Mayor Betsy Price on Saturday that the plan is “racist” because civic leaders would never consider such a path for its other private golf clubs.

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Oil and gas regulator chairman makes fracking plea to Denton

FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — The head of the agency that regulates the oil and gas industry in Texas is asking officials of Denton in North Texas to withhold support from a grass-roots petition advocating a ban on hydraulic fracturing within the city limits.

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LeBron James heads back to Cleveland

NEW YORK — LeBron James is returning to Cleveland, where fans burned jerseys after his 2010 exit and Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert called the Akron, Ohio, native's signing with the Miami Heat a "cowardly betrayal."

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Texas Tech chancellor tapped for Fort Worth-based firm's board

Longtime former politician and attorney Kent R. Hance, current and retiring chancellor of the Texas Tech University System, has been elected to the board of directors of Carlile Bancshares Inc. in Fort Worth.

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Fort Worth looks to pair new Will Rogers arena with Convention Center makeover

The Fort Worth City Council is moving the long-discussed idea of building a new multipurpose arena in the city’s Will Rogers Memorial Center ahead, and is scheduled to vote Tuesday on a resolution saying it supports a public-private partnership and the beginning of a search for funding.

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