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First apartment community is out of the ground in the 25-acre Trinity Mills Station. A transit-oriented development that’s 20 years in the making this week celebrated the start of the first building in the Carrollton project. The 25-acre Trinity Mills Station development is being built at the southeast corner of Bush Turnpike and Stemmons Freeway —...
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he City of Carrollton and its partners have broken ground on Eviva Trinity Mills, a mixed-use project going up at Trinity Mills Station, the train station that serves DART Light Rail’s Green Line as well as Denton County’s A-train commuter rail line. Eviva will be a five-story mixed-use blend of residential, retail, and restaurant spaces, with more...
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INTRODUCTION The Workers’ Compensation Institute (WCI) welcomes you to the 77th Annual Workers’ Compensation Educational Conference and 34th Safety and Health Conference!  The conference provides an unparalleled learning and educational experience, offering the most relevant and comprehensive sessions, led by top leaders and subject matter experts in the workers’ compensation and occupational safety and health industries. You can scroll...
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Rev. Dr. Frederick D. Haynes Named Successor Tributes have continued to pour in for the Rev. Jesse Jackson, who announced on July 14 his retirement as President and CEO of the Rainbow PUSH Coalition, the influential civil rights organization he started decades ago to carry on the struggle for equality and justice that Dr. Martin Luther...
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