Category Archives: Business

Downtown Arlington Launches Vibrant New Website

Have you seen Downtown Arlington’s new website? It’s colorful, dynamic and packed with great information about all that downtown has to offer. The new site reflects the flavor, excitement and news about what’s happening in downtown Arlington.“We are so excited to launch the new website,” says Tony Rutigliano, president of Downtown Arlington Management…

Division Corridor Strategy Public Hearing

City Council will get an opportunity to hear additional public input on the Division Street Corridor Strategy at Tuesday evening’s council meeting before taking their first vote on an ordinance to adopt the plan. The hearing caps off months of meetings, surveys and  open houses through which property owners, residents…

Doctors Return to Arlington to Fill Need for In-Patient Psychiatric Care

Back in 1990, Drs. Puskoor Kumar, Kishore Sankara and Raju Indukuri worked at Willow Creek Hospital in Arlington, caring for psychiatric patients. The hospital closed in 1999 and became a church. In 2005 the three physicians started their own facility, the Sundance Hospital, to serve psychiatric outpatients in Fort Worth.…

Arlington City Council To Consider Tighter Smoking Limits

The Arlington City Council will consider a vote on the ordinance that would limit the number of smoking areas at the Rangers Ballpark and other venues throughout the city.  At the Ballpark, smoking would be eliminated on the balconies of the private Cuervo Club, and smoking areas on the upper concourse…

Downtown Farmer’s Market Harvests Produce and Partnerships

City at the Market Event – An Engaging and Wholesome Experience   Sunshiny faces prevailed at the Downtown Arlington Farmer’s Market, despite the overcast, rainy day on September 29. City officials representing a smorgasbord of city services were present to provide information and engage with visiting Farmer’s Market shoppers. Council member Lana…

Smiling Moose Deli brings fresh sandwich, breakfast fare to UT Arlington’s College Park District

Colorado-based Smiling Moose Deli is adding a second North Texas franchise and bringing its mix of hearty sandwiches and salads, fresh-made soups and specialty coffees to UT Arlington’s College Park District. The fast-casual restaurant that includes former Dallas Cowboy Daryl “Moose” Johnston as a partner is expected to open at UT…

US-China Investment Summit Kicks Off in Arlington

Arlington will be in the global spotlight on Friday, September 21 for the US-China Cross Border Investment Summit at Cowboys Stadium. The international event will bring together high profile investors from China, local business and civic leaders along with governors from three states to forge relationships necessary for international trade opportunities. More than 50 Chinese investors…