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Made in Tarrant
Made in Tarrant celebrates area small businesses that started and stayed in Fort Worth.
Glasses that can monitor vital signs. A smart resistance band. An app that helps autistic children learn vocabulary. These are ideas from startups brought to Fort Worth for three months as part of the Techstars Physical Health Accelerator. The program recruits startups…
Bell Textron Inc. beat two of the biggest defense contractors in the industry for a U.S. Army contract to manufacture the replacement of the UH-60…
“Ho-Ho-Ho!” has turned to “No-No-No!” Santa is in short supply this year, according to Mitch Allen, founder and head elf at HireSanta.com, the Fort Worth…
Black fraternity chapter to buy abandoned, historic Vickery school to help revitalize southeast Fort Worth
For years, the former R. Vickery Elementary School sat abandoned on East Vickery Boulevard. Now, the building could be given a second chance thanks to…
Editor’s note: Made in Tarrant is an occasional Q&A series on small businesses started in Tarrant County. Submit your business here. Paper Planet Who? Julie…
More than 20 years ago, a vision formed to redevelop Evans and Rosedale streets. A $70 million urban village project could launch the area into…
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