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'There Is Hope': Father Raymond Brenner Returns with Episode Three of His Acclaimed Podumentary, A Touchstone in Catholic Broadcasting and a Lesson in Faith

2021-05-24 | Celebrated podumentary, Christ Today with Father Ray returns with the official version of the third installment of his influential, online media series. Father Ray continues his life of faith and charity.


Suzanne E. Woodard, MPA, Reflects on a Successful Career in Public Service

2021-05-24 | Ms. Woodard is honored to have been of service to the community of Burlington for over a decade


Haltom United Business Alliance (HUBA) Welcomes New Haltom City Council Members Don Cooper and Tiffany Chandler

2021-05-18 | HUBA hopes new members of council will be innovative & responsive to the business community's concerns


Why Students in a Top NJ College Health Program Are Improving Public Vaccine Efforts

2021-05-12 | Students in the School of Nursing, Health, and Exercise Science at The College of New Jersey (TCNJ) have partnered with the New Jersey Public Health Association to understand why vulnerable demographics are hesitant to get vaccinated.


Haltom United Business Alliance Member Commits $250k in Effort to Bring Grocery Store to Haltom City

2021-05-11 | Along with funds from other stakeholders, 250k will be used to help locate a property south of loop 820 and renovate it for use as a grocery store


Phoenix Area Law Firm Puts a Total of $1,500 on the Line in Newly Announced Scholarship Contest

2021-05-07 | Mushkatel, Robbins & Becker will award a $1,000 first prize and a $500 second prize to the students who write winning essays on issues surrounding law enforcement's relationship with the communities they serve.


Haltom United Business Alliance (HUBA) Asks Haltom City Council for Its Plan for Redeveloping NE 28th Street

2021-05-06 | HUBA Executive Director Drew Weakley eager to see workable plan from city for area decimated by 2003 zoning ordinance overhaul


Haltom City Council Receptive to Input from Haltom Business Community Concerning Proposed Food Truck Ordinance

2021-04-28 | Haltom United Business Alliance (HUBA) speaks at public hearing after reviewing draft of Haltom's proposed food truck ordinance


Heartland Economic Development Course Provides Intensive Professional Development

2021-04-28 | Economic Development Professionals Complete Extensive 3-Week Course


Public Health Agency of Canada Selects TempAid™ Rugged Vaccine Shipper for COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution

2021-04-27 | New Highly Reusable Vaccine-Specific Packaging System Qualified to Provide 48-hour Temperature Stability for Distribution Requirements


Town of Scarborough, Maine Switches Over to Dhyan StreetMan to Manage Smart Streetlights

2021-04-27 | Cloud-based central management software (CMS) provides invaluable insights and extra savings


HUBA Urges Haltom City Voters to Support Bond Issue to Build New Law Enforcement Center

2021-04-26 | Group says new center crucial to efforts to attract more small businesses to the city


Registered Nurse Files Unpaid Overtime Case Against Evident Staffing

2021-04-17 | The Complaint alleges that Evident only paid its health care workers at their regular hourly rate when they worked overtime hours and did not pay them the required time-and-a-half overtime premium pay.


Haltom United Business Alliance Publishes Candidate Responses for Haltom City Council Races and Mayor's Race

2021-04-15 | Business Group Hopes Responses Will Guide Voters Who Want More Growth, More Jobs and More Business Opportunities in Haltom City


HUBA Blames Haltom City's 2002 Zoning Overhaul for Many Vacant Lots and Buildings Along City's Major Roads

2021-04-13 | Local Business Group Calls for Reverse of Failed Policies that Have Left Small Car Dealerships Along NE 28th in Limbo and Made Automotive-Related Businesses Unwelcome Even in the Parts of Haltom Where They Belong


Michael E. Stegall Celebrated for Dedication to the Community

2021-04-05 | Mr. Stegall channels years of expertise in trucking to his work as county commissioner for Greenville Township


Haltom United Business Alliance Offers Haltom City Council Some Perspective Regarding City's Proposed New Food Truck Ordinance

2021-04-01 | Business Group Asks Council to Let the Food Trucks Come to the Retail, Commercial and Industrial Parts of Haltom City and Asks Haltom City Residents to Email Their Councilpersons


Bill Purcell Presented with the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award by Marquis Who's Who

2021-04-01 | Mr. Purcell has been endorsed by Marquis Who's Who as a leader in the fields of law, public service, and higher education


HUBA Says Haltom City Council Should Not Write Restrictive Rules to Protect Established Businesses from New Competitors

2021-03-30 | HUBA Takes Stand in Favor of Free Market, Innovation and Growth for Haltom City and Urges Council to Open Haltom City to All Businesses


Banding Together To Protect The Lower Snake Dams

2021-03-26 | Breaching is not the solution