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The Waxahachie Downtown Merchants Association’s Downtown Dine Around, which ran throughout the month of February, raised $2,000 for Waxahachie CARE, the local nonprofit that serves as a food bank and also provides other assistance to people in need. 

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Waxahachie High School had 21 CTE students successfully complete two years of Navarro College dual credit coursework in cosmetology, earning a level one certificate. They are invited to participate in the Navarro College graduation ceremony in May.

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AUSTIN – More than five years ago David Lopez, an elevator mechanic from Waxahachie, lost a good friend in an elevator repair accident. Wednesday, he visited the state Capitol in Austin to advocate for House Bill 2466, which would improve workplace and consumer safety by creating a registrat…

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Waxahachie Chamber of Commerce board chairman Bruce Glaves (at right) presented the Chair’s Special Award to Kip Fedora for his service to the organization this past year. The presentation was made during the annual chamber awards dinner Thursday evening.

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Seniors looking for another housing choice may have another option to choose from in the future now that the Arden Hills Seniors development has received approval from the Waxahachie City Council for its Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs housing credits funding application. 

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Plans are taking shape to transform one of Waxahachie’s iconic structures and give it a new lease on life. In an interview with the Sun, local builder and developer Chris Acker said he’s looking to remodel the former home of First Baptist Church Waxahachie on McMillan Street. The mixed-use d…

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Baylor Scott & White Charles A. Sammons Cancer Center – Duncanville, an outpatient department of Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Waxahachie, is now part of the North Texas-based network of Baylor Charles A. Sammons Cancer Centers.  

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DALLAS – Texas Central, developers of the high-speed train, has named Resource Environmental Solutions as the project’s provider of ecological mitigation services to help protect and enhance natural ecosystems and the environment throughout construction and operations.  

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(DALLAS/FORT WORTH, TX) – CENTURY 21 Judge Fite Company has been named a Platinum Award winner and winner of the Five Star Award by the Cartus Broker Network for its outstanding performance during 2018. This will be the sixth year to receive this prestigious award. The awards will be present…

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Institutions of higher learning have an impact that extends beyond the classroom and into the communities they serve, according to a recent study by the Independent Colleges and Universities of Texas. As an example, the study’s findings show that Southwestern Assemblies of God University’s e…

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While coffees, espressos and lattes are served daily at Fresh Market, it is the atmosphere that fosters friendships – and keeps customers coming back for a refill. In the four years the coffee shop has operated in downtown Waxahachie, its staff works continually to make the former lumber yar…

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Weather changes signal to homeowners that more time will be spent in the yard performing back-breaking labor like raking and bagging up leaves. Waxahachie company Leaf It To Us gives time back to residents by sucking those leaves away. 

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The North Central Texas 9-1-1 Program recently awarded outstanding telecommunicators, agencies, and communication teams with its annual 9-1-1 Awards. These awards are presented to individuals or groups who show an outstanding commitment to the 9-1-1 industry.

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Charles Smith of Waxahachie has accepted an invitation of lifetime membership in the National Society of Collegiate Scholars, the nation’s preeminent certified honor society for high-achieving first- and second-year collegiate students.

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CENTURY 21 Judge Fite Company announces the recent awards from the Dallas Morning News as the No. 2 Top 100 Places to Work for the large company category and Best Training. During the awards luncheon Nov. 1, the group of 100 qualifying companies awaited the final category award results.

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Installation of the city of Waxahachie’s “Hachie Hearts” public art project began this week for 10 hearts that are being set out at various locations throughout the downtown area and at Getzendaner Park.

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The Texas Workforce Commission will host its seventh annual statewide Hiring Red, White and You! job fairs Nov. 8 connecting Texas veterans and their spouses with Texas employers that value the experience, discipline and other exceptional qualities inherent in a military background.

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DALLAS – Texas Central, developers of the high-speed railroad, has named international railway company Renfe as the train’s operating partner, adding another top-class industry leader to a project that will revolutionize Texas travel, according to company officials.

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State Sen. Brian Birdwell (District 22), chair of the Senate Committee on Natural Resources and Economic Development, recently toured the Holcim cement plant in Midlothian. During his visit, he met with plant leadership to discuss environmental and manufacturing issues impacting the facility…

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DALLAS – Texas Central, developer of a high-speed train, has engaged the global construction and engineering firm Salini Impregilo ­– operating in the U.S. market with The Lane Construction Corporation – to lead the civil construction consortium that will build the Texas passenger line.

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Greg Pickett is bringing his negotiation skills and his strategic perspective to Acker Home Team. 

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Snips by the hundreds, stitches by the thousands – Waxahachie quilter extraordinaire Diana Buckley takes fabric to high art.

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Century 21 Judge Fite Company has announced the retirement of Bill Stivers as regional sales manager of the Ennis and Waxahachie offices. He will continue to serve as a real estate professional.

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Baylor Scott & White has announced that Chris York, president of Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Waxahachie, will assume the role of president of the system’s Grapevine center effective Aug. 20.