Distillery planned for old Ranch Style Beans plant

Sunday, Nov. 23, 2014

Trinity River Distillery will start producing whiskey and honey liqueur at the old bean plant next year, where a manufacturer of athletic mats is also located.

You may see an F-35 hovering over west Fort Worth

Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014

The version of the fighter jet being built for the Marines has short takeoff and vertical landing capability, which allows it to hover.

Coors family business has medical device operation at Alliance

Monday, Nov. 17, 2014

CoorsTek Medical, based in offices at Alliance, seeks growth in Texas under the leaderhship of a fifth-generation member of the famous brewing family.

Texas Harley-Davidson breaks ground in Bedford on expanded dealership

Wednesday, Nov. 12, 2014

Owner Adam Smith says he’s buying a third Harley store as he breaks ground for a new 88,000-square-foot location in Bedford, which he calls “the Jerry World of Harley dealerships.”

TCU’s Neeley MBA program makes Economist world rankings

Monday, Nov. 03, 2014

Neeley is ranked 38th in the U.S. and 67th in the world in an annual ranking of full-time MBA programs by Britain’s Economist magazine.

DFW chief says international growth is where it’s at

Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2014

DFW Airport CEO Sean Donohue says $50 million in incentives have been crucial in growing airport’s international reach.

Mansfield businessman lands Olympic sprinter as partner

| Monday, Oct. 27, 2014

Gold medal winner Michael Johnson will test a new product that will provide data for runners and other athletes.

North Texas brews pick up awards at big beer festival

| Sunday, Oct. 19, 2014

Grapevine Craft Brewery and Denton’s Armadillo Ale Works are among the winners at the Great American Beer Festival. Also, Fort Worth’s Burk Burnett Building in Sundance Square is 100 years old.

Woman starts Mexican food restaurant from scratch

|Monday, Oct. 13, 2014

Althea Anderson brings different fare into the crowded Mexican food market.

Book details history of brewing in Fort Worth and Dallas

Monday, Oct. 06, 2014

Local craft brewers extend a tradition of North Texas beer-making that dates to the 1890s, according to new book titled “North Texas Beer.”

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