Former manse brings elegance, amenities to Hunters Creek Village

The home at 881 Country Lane sits upon nearly an acre in Hunters Creek Village. The 8,588-square-foot home was designed by renowned architectural firm Mirador, which carefully calculated every detail of the structure, which served as a manse. The home is on a corner cul-de-sac with included additional parking. Built for cooking and entertaining, the…

Condo Life: Luxury condo kitchens have homeowners cooking with ease

A beautiful kitchen, where families and friends gather around good food and drinks, is the heart of any home including luxury condominiums. Designers have addressed all the needs and wants of consumers looking to make a condo their home, which has become even more important during these pandemic times. Today’s kitchens have been finessed with…

Virtual tours of Cane Island models, community features now available

Virtual tours of Cane Island’s showcase models, new move-in ready homes and community features are now available for families looking to experience the award-winning Katy community right from the comfort and convenience of their desktop computer or mobile device. Buyers can start their experience at and take a virtual tour of any or all…

Dallas cybersecurity firm raises $10 million

A recent filing shows funding for the North Texas company that’s seen new additions to the executive team. Top Featured Tags: – Texas News, – BusinessPress Release Distribution Service

How OneDay’s video storytelling tech has been keeping families connected amid the pandemic

Throughout the pandemic, one of the hardest hit communities across the country has been senior care and living facilities. And through it all, a local startup has been deploying its tech to help keep residents and their families connected. With shelter-in-place orders separating families from their loved ones as the coronavirus began to spread in…

Dallas-based quarterback training app receives $100K in funding

With a new investment, a local company is looking to keep football players and coaching staff safe amid the pandemic while still keeping their skills sharp. The Quarterback Equalizer, a virtual training app that gamifies the training process, announced landing a $100,000 investment from ArlanWasHere Investments, a VC firm created by Arlan Hamilton, founder and…

TV-radio: Aug. 8

. Television Boxing PBC Fight Night Fox 7 p.m. FS1 9 p.m. Golf . . Top Featured Tags: – Texas NewsPress Release Distribution Service

These are the COVID-19 safety protocols for 17 Texas universities and colleges for fall

Parents, if you feel a little confused over the different COVID-19 protocols for the top Texas universities, don’t stress.  We’ve developed a quick guide to clear that up. With Texas universities now preparing for students to campus, it’s crucial that all students, faculty and staff are protected with the proper COVID-19 guidelines. Top Featured Tags:…

Houston stepmom, son ordered to pay nearly $13M after being convicted in elaborate bank fraud scheme

A Houston stepmom and her son have been ordered to pay nearly $13 million in restitution following convictions on multiple counts, including bank fraud, false statements on credit applications, wire fraud and mail fraud, announced U.S. Ryan K Patrick. Top Featured Tags: – Texas NewsPress Release Distribution Service

AT&T’s new WarnerMedia chief makes changes that are ‘neither timid nor without risk’

HBO Max gets elevated with changes that sees key exits and new roles for some executives. Top Featured Tags: – Texas News, – BusinessPress Release Distribution Service

Dallas’ NuVinAir launches coronavirus-killing disinfectant

With cases of Covid-19 continuing to spike in North Texas and other parts of the country, a local company is looking to keep drivers and passengers safe from the virus as they hit the road. Dallas-based NuVinAir Global, a company using scientific innovations to develop cleaning and sanitary products for the automotive and transportation industry,…

Invene moves HQ to McKinney following MEDC grant

It appears the McKinney Economic Development Corporation’s (MEDC) efforts to attract startups to the city is paying off, as another local company is moving its headquarters there. Invene, a health care software development company that was formerly based out of UT Dallas’ Venture Development Center, announced it would be relocating to McKinney, with plans to…

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