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Lufkin Chamber to announce winners of Athena Leadership Award

The Lufkin Chamber of Commerce in Texas reached out to members for nominating candidates for the Athena Leadership Award, according to a press release from the Chamber.

Congress considers attorney advertisement for drug, medical device lawsuits

Congress and the Institute for Legal Reform is urging the American Bar Association and state bar associations to help crack down on attorney ads regarding suits against drug companies and medical devices.

Lubbock Chamber's Business Expo slated for May

The Lubbock Chamber of Commerce will host its annual Business Expo in May featuring over 200 exhibitors and an expected attendance of around 7,000 community members.

YEA! Academy offers hands-on entrepreneurial experience

Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!) gives Lubbock-area students first-hand experience in running a real business as well as guidance on embarking on social movements.

LJA Engineering marks 45 years while expanding operations

Houston-based LJA Engineering recently marked 45 years in the architecture, engineering and construction industry and celebrated annual revenue reaching over $120 million.

Census Bureau lists 4 Texas counties among top population gainers

Although it no longer ranks as the biggest-growing county in the U.S., Harris County joins three other Texas counties on the top 10 list – an honor shared by no other state.

Killeen Chamber hosts expert on cybersecurity trends

Security expert Abdul Subhani, founder and president/CEO of Centex Technologies, recently discussed important trends for security in 2017 with the Killeen Chamber of Commerce.

Premature infant care expands In New Braunfels area

The Children’s Hospital of San Antonio and CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Hospital-New Braunfels have recently partnered in an effort to expand specialized care for premature infants in the New Braunfels area.

Engineer shares details of San Antonio's proposed $850 million bond project

San Antonio Assistant City Engineer Luis Maltos recently addressed the city’s proposed $850 million bond program at the San Antonio Chamber’s Transportation Committee meeting.

Dallas company showcases designs at national trade show In Las Vegas

The Trade Group, a Dallas-area based retail merchandising and commercial graphics company, recently showcased its product designs and technology at the GlobalShop 2017 retail design trade show.

Lubbock Chamber supports Trump's reduction of energy regulations

The Lubbock Chamber of Commerce has backed President Donald Trump’s recent energy independence executive order which the organization says will aid local businesses as they compete in the current economy.

Galen College hosts open house for new nursing program

Galen College of Nursing has renovated its facilities and expanded its offerings and wants the public to know.

Texas A&M-Central Texas receives $1.5 million grant for solar research

Texas A&M University-Central Texas was recently awarded a $1.5 million grant that it will use to bring an award-winning solar power researcher on board for the school’s collaborative solar research initiative.

Public policy group opposes forced annexation

A public policy group in Texas says annexation laws need to involve the rural residents whose area can become annexed by a nearby city but gives them no representation.

High school students offered college preview at Hallmark summer program

San Antonio-area high school students will be able to get an up close look at various college degree programs, career paths and gain professional certifications this summer through a program offered by Hallmark University.

YEA! students compete in 'Shark Tank' style business presentations

Sixteen students from the Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!) recently particiated in a “Shark Tank”-style event to present their business plan​s and compete for scholarships.

Insys Therapeutics' $24 million expansion to add jobs in Round Rock area

Insys Therapeutics will be investing $24 million in an expansion of its Round Rock facility, a move that the company says will pave the way for new local jobs.

Puppies' flight to new homes delayed

Forty puppies that were scheduled to board a flight to their new homes in Massachusetts and New Hampshire as part of Lone Star College-Montgomery’s Maverick Pets Alive project recently had their flight rescheduled.

Boerne ad agency marks 15th anniversary

Penguin Suits, a marketing and advertising firm in Boerne that started as a one-person operation, will celebrate its 15th annivers​​​​​ary this month.

A Taste of Lubbock Wine & Food Fest set for end of April

Lubbock’s popular annual wine and food festival is slated for the end of this month and is scheduled to feature wine, food tasting and a special class for wine and culinary connoisseurs.

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