Much like California in the late 1950s, Texas has become a major destination for Americans relocating within the United States, topping the charts for attracting new residents from other states.
From 2010 to 2014, Houston, Dallas, and Austin were the three population centers with the highest level of net domestic migration in the country.
Half of the top 10 cities listed in Forbes’ Fastest- Growing Cities of 2015 were located in Texas.Read More
Economic development, politicians, city, county and other officials gathered for the groundbreaking Wednesday for an $11.2 million building to house Fresenius Medical Care, an international company that will bring 300-350 new jobs to Tyler.
Fresenius, which already employs approximately 120 people in three clinics and a business support center in Tyler, will expand in its new two-story, 80,000 square foot structure on the northeast corner of Earl Campbell Parkway and Southwest Loop 323. It is scheduled...Read More
Brunilda Ocasio just wants to get back into the classroom - as a teacher. For now, she’s in daily classes with the Tyler Literacy Council’s English as a Second Language program, as a student.
“I need to improve my English,” Ms. Ocasio said. “I want to be a teacher again. I hope maybe next school year I can be. I cross my fingers.”Read More
This is a big one. Today we’re excited to introduce a Waze Transport SDK (software development kit) which will allow partners to easily implement some of Waze’s most useful features, natively in their own apps. Using the SDK, businesses will be able to improve their own services by utilizing Waze’s ETA, turn-by-turn navigation and preferred routing, all while reducing the friction of having to swap between apps - a common complaint amongst professional drivers. Who’s on board?Read More