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Texas Health Resources and Athlete Training and Health Collaborate to Open Athletic Center

Athletes and weekend warriors across North Texas now have access to orthopedic surgeons, rehabilitation for injuries, and performance training in one convenient location. The Texas Health Resources facility opened in south Arlington on Tuesday, August 1, and services will continue to be added through the end of the year.“Texas Health…

Texas Sales Tax Holiday Next Weekend

Retail stores throughout Arlington are preparing for the state’s annual Sales Tax Holiday, which will be held Friday, August 11 through Sunday, August 13. As in previous years, the law exempts most clothing, footwear, school supplies and backpacks priced less than $100 from sales and use tax, which could save shoppers…

Arlington Eats: Farm to Fork Offers Fresh, Local Food Delivered to Your Door

Come along for a mouthwatering ride and catch The American Dream City’s cultural diversity and unique cuisine with Arlington Eats on MyArlingtonTV. In this month’s edition of Arlington Eats, host Andrew Tanielian visits Farm to Fork Foods, a neighborhood market that delivers local grass-fed beef and lamb, wild salmon and other specialty…

New Businesses Open, More Coming Soon to Champions Park

From spicy tuna rolls to freshly baked sweets, Champions Park in North Arlington continues to offer new dining and retail options for visitors. Tokyo Joe’s was the first business to open earlier this year at Greenway Investment Co.’s $30 million development, located at the northeast corner of Interstate 30 and North…

Celebrate Tastes of Texas During Go Texan Restaurant Round-Up

Celebrate the tastes of Texas this month as you dine out at GO TEXAN restaurants during the annual GO TEXAN Restaurant Round-Up. Each year, the Texas Department of Agriculture’s restaurant round-up highlights GO TEXAN member restaurants that are committed to serving menu items with ingredients sourced from local farmers, ranchers and other producers. From…

Arlington Commons Begins Pre-Leasing First Phase of Apartment Development

The Roosevelt, the first phase of the Arlington Commons apartment development, is set to open in October. The 353-unit complex, built by The Nehemiah Company of Arlington, is located at 425 E. Lamar Boulevard north of Interstate 30. The Roosevelt, a four-story complex with a pool and outdoor entertaining amenities, is marketed toward…

Skyline Sector 5 Dreaming Big with Creative Ideas & Innovative Technology

Founded in 2001, Skyline Sector 5 continues to dream big through innovative technology, creative display designs, event services for businesses and much more. The experiential marketing firm is dedicated to building purposeful experiences for its clients, crew and community by continuing to captivate imaginations and forge real connections between brands and…

Gospel Artist Kirk Franklin Opens Recording Studio in Downtown Arlington

Multi-platinum gospel artist Kirk Franklin recently completed the transformation of a vacant furniture warehouse in Downtown Arlington into a $2 million, state-of-the-art recording studio unlike any in the country today. Fo Yo Soul Entertainment, which opened in November, is located in a two-story stone and glass building at 102 S. Oak St. The…

Ask the Experts: HKS Principal Designer Talks About New Texas Rangers Ballpark

The City of Arlington’s Office of Communication recently talked to HKS principal designer Fred Ortiz about the features fans can expect to see at the new Rangers Ballpark in 2020. The interview is featured in the second edition of Home Plate Update, where you can also read about the City’s efforts to prepare for…