Denton favorite Boca 31’s second location, in Keller Town Center, is getting ready to go. Also coming: a “bowl” place on Rufe Snow Drive, and a long-overdue Old Town Keller spot that was scheduled to open last fall.
Bell and Boeing joined forces and won a $4.2 billion contract to build 58 tiltrotor aircraft for the Navy, Marines and Air Force as well as Japan. Officials at Fort Worth-based Bell haven’t specified how many jobs the contract could create through 2024.
Barrel & Bones Craft Bar and Smokehouse, which has a location in the Colony, plans to open in a spot where more than a half-dozen restaurants have come and gone. UPDATE: Bourbon Street Oyster Bar & Grill is also coming.
North Texas planners are pursing creation of a Hyperloop test track that would whisk riders from Dallas to Fort Worth in just six minutes. But they also support high-speed rail in the same corridor — possibly setting the stage for a metro area with dual transit systems.
The Texas country singer is a partner in the sports bar/entertainment venue, and he's set to appear at its grand opening Saturday. He's not scheduled to perform, but his tour partner Wade Bowen is, so don't rule out Rogers getting on stage.
Alcon, a company that makes surgical equipment and eye care products, has a 73-year history in Fort Worth. Company officials say their plan to spin off from parent company Novartis will strengthen their commitment to North Texas.
A dozen builders have been aggressively putting up houses in west Fort Worth's Walsh area — a master-planned community that opened in April 2017. Eventually, Walsh is expected to be home to about 50,000 people.
Texas homeowners beg for property tax relief, and politicians promise it. Yet tax bills go up. In North Texas, leaders say one proposal under consideration in Austin could dramatically hurt cities and counties.
Eden Green Technology, which officially launched this week beginning with a Cleburne facility, says that it can create a microclimate for each plant in its greenhouse, leading to quicker delivery to stores and decreasing chances of food contamination.
Two homebrewers decided to step out of their garage and open Parker County Brewing Co. in Willow Park, where you can find a good lineup of beers as well as some Neapolitan-style pizza that's also worth checking out.
The Toadies, Eleven Hundred Springs, Bleachers (the band, not the stands), Kip Moore, big restaurant openings and Texas Rangers away-game watch parties will all be a part of the big celebration at the big Arlington entertainment venue.
The North Texas cold-treat scene keeps growing, with a new liquid-nitrogen shop in Fort Worth, a gelato place that gets artistic with its scoops, a frozen-yogurt shop getting into the crazy-shake game and more. Also: we visit some off-the-beaten path scoops shops
Carvana has succeeded in selling used cars to customers online. Now, Texas dealerships are upping the ante by joining with tech firm Joydrive and selling both used and new cars to buyers who never have to set foot in the showroom.
Arlington's AT&T Stadium is a candidate to host some 2026 FIFA World Cup games, but it could play an even more prominent role. It's one of just three sites under consideration to host the final match — which is typically watched by a television audience of more than 1 billion.