Governor Greg Abbott of Texas railed against the idea that any new gun regulations could have stopped a mass shooting like Tuesday’s massacre in Uvalde that left 21 dead, instead saying during a Wednesday news conference that the state needs to do better to treat mental health.“The ability of an 18-year-old to buy a long gun has been in place in the state of Texas for more than 60 years, and think about during the time over the course of that 60 years, we have not had episodes like this,” he said.“One thing that has substantially changed,” he continued,...
Mayor Reno, Police Chief Smith Issue Joint Statement. In reverence to the people of Uvalde, Texas, Midlothian Mayor Richard Reno and Police Chief Carl Smith want to express their support of the Uvalde community. They also want to assure Midlothian citizens in the wake of this senseless tragedy that the safety of teachers, students, and all those who live and work here is their highest priority.
A Dallas-based development firm is going forward with plans to build a 3,300-acre master-planned community in Midlothian with the selling point being a lakeside beach. RREAF Communities is developing the 8,500-home project four miles south of U.S. 287 at the intersection of FM663 and FM875. It’s a development that’s just outside the city limits, served by an ETJ (extra-territorial jurisdiction), according to the city’s planning department.
This time last year, I made a spring getaway to Waco with my boyfriend and our best couple friends. We had a lovely time, and it was my pleasure to tell you all about it in Summer Edition 2021. While we couldn’t travel with our favorite companions this spring, the boyfriend — who has recently upgraded to fiancé — and I visited Cleburne last weekend and will be checking out Comanche over the summer.
If you live in the west Texas area you know how hard it can be to get anything to grow. I I struggle every year to get the grass in my back yard to grow. It isn't that nothing grows in the backyard, oh no, there is something green that grows great back there, it's just not what anyone wants in their yard.
Any parent knows how much work goes into making sure their child is healthy and safe. For many parents in the United States, getting their infants the nutrition they need has become increasingly difficult in the face of the national infant formula shortage. The shortage was started by supply chain issues and went into overdrive due to recalls and the shutdown of the country's largest infant formula plant. And while President Biden and the FDA are doing everything they can to get shelves restocked, people in local communities are also stepping up to help. One person who is doing just that is Benji Arslanovski, the owner of Our Place restaurant in Mansfield, Texas.
A restaurant owner in Texas did something to help out with the big baby formula shortage that’s going on. He was able to buy hundreds of cans of it from his food distributor and then gave it away for free. He says he just wanted to do something to pay people back for all the support they gave his restaurant after the covid hit.
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Occurred on approximately May 1, 2022 / Midlothian, Texas, USA
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This is a formula for relief.
A Texas restaurant owner is giving away free cans of baby formula to stressed-out parents struggling with a nationwide shortage of the manufactured food.
Benji Arslanovski, who owns Our Place in Mansfield, told Fox News on Friday that he used his connections with a supplier to ship 56 cases of Gerber Good Start formula to his eatery.
The innovative entrepreneur initially wanted to sell each can at cost price, but decided he wasn’t able to charge anxious moms and dads for the essential item.
“The first lady that came in was so happy to have...
A Texas restaurant owner and father of three has come to the rescue of hundreds of parents who can't find infant formula after identifying a hidden, unclaimed source of baby food. Last week, Benji Arslanovski, owner of "Our Place" in Mansfield, Texas, contacted US Foods, his former employer and the...