|12/06/2013||State Awards $569,000 To Mission To Expand Sewer Service|
Dec. 06--MISSION -- Thanks to a grant awarded to the City of Mission on Thursday morning, city engineers will start planning to add sewage connections to colonias in the city's north side.
|12/05/2013||EDC Procter Street Building Going Back For Bids|
Dec. 05--PORT ARTHUR -- Port Arthur's Economic Development Corporation is soliciting bids for the second time around to restore a circa 1930s building considered to be the linchpin of the city's efforts to restore its downtown.
|12/05/2013||Update: Kyle Field Construction Companies Were Previously Cited For Safety Violations|
Dec. 05--Two of the companies working on the Kyle Field redevelopment project have a history with safety violations, according to records from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
|12/05/2013||Shell Scraps Plans to Build $12.5B Plant in La.|
BATON ROUGE, La. - Shell has delivered a blow to Louisiana's industrial boom, saying it is scrapping a proposal to build a $12.5 billion natural gas-to-liquids plant.
|12/04/2013||City Planners Refine Scope Of Downtown Revitalization|
Dec. 04--Downtown Kilgore has reached a critical juncture.
|12/04/2013||MoPac Construction? Not So Fast|
Dec. 04--Tuesday night's fog and the coming winter blast have combined to delay the kickoff of construction on the MoPac Boulevard (Loop 1) toll lane project.
|12/03/2013||Construction Worker Dies at Texas A&M Stadium|
COLLEGE STATION, Texas - A demolition worker has died of injuries received when he fell four stories from Texas A&M's under-renovation football stadium.
|12/02/2013||San Benito Considers Transformation Of Old High School|
Dec. 02--SAN BENITO -- School district officials are considering ideas to breathe new life into the city's old high school, which now sits boarded up with plywood.
|12/02/2013||TxDOT Slates Meeting On Texas 39 Project|
Dec. 02--A public meeting has been slated in advance of work crews installing culverts and widening Texas 39 in Ingram.
|12/01/2013||Garden In Works To Green Up Texas A&M's West Campus|
Dec. 01--It will be the backyard of Texas A&M, a Central Park for Aggies: A sprawling 45-acre garden on west campus where students and visitors can enjoy indigenous flora, take in plays and concerts outdoors, tailgate, play in the greenspace and where students can get their hands dirty.
|11/30/2013||City Utility Project Nears Completion|
Nov. 30--The next phase of work in Louise Hays Park and completion of the river trail project east to Kerrville-Schreiner Park is on schedule to begin early next year with anticipated completion in 2015.
|11/29/2013||Courthouse Steps Waiting On Master Plan|
Nov. 29--GREENVILLE -- Hunt County officials are awaiting word from architects on how much it may cost to repair the decaying steps of the Hunt County Courthouse.
|11/26/2013||Two New Banks Among Construction Projects In Corpus Christi|
Nov. 26--CORPUS CHRISTI -- Top Corpus Christi commercial construction projects the past two weeks include two new banks among a couple dozen retail and service businesses.
|11/24/2013||Hospital Board Slated To Proceed With New Facilities|
Nov. 24--GREENVILLE -- The cities of Commerce and Quinlan could be one step closer to obtaining new medical facilities, following action this week by the Hunt Memorial Hospital District Board.
|11/23/2013||Chandler EDC Considers Park Pavilion Funds|
Nov. 23--ATHENS -- Chandler Economic Development Corporation is scheduled to meet Tuesday, Nov. 26 to hold a public hearing on the possible allocation of $125,000.
|11/23/2013||El Paso County Considers Ways To End Overcrowding|
Nov. 23--A possible $17 million in savings from the construction of a highway to connect the new Tornillo-Guadalupe port of entry to Interstate 10 could be used to build a new administration building for the county, officials said.
|11/23/2013||Road Most Traveled: Study Advocates High-Speed Rail On Texas Highways|
Nov. 23--ARLINGTON -- One of the cheapest and most effective ways to build high-speed rail in Texas could be to place the tracks right on top of highway right-of-way.
|11/21/2013||Natgasoline Selects SE Texas For New Methanol Plant|
Nov. 21--After more than a year of keeping quiet, OCI N.V. announced Thursday that its wholly owned subsidiary, Natgasoline LLC, has chosen to build a new greenfield world scale methanol plant in Beaumont.
|11/20/2013||Officials Work To Get High-Speed Rail On Track|
Nov. 20--The push to get a high-speed rail through Bryan-College Station is picking up steam again among local officials.
|11/20/2013||Kendall County Ready To Roll On Road Project|
Nov. 20--BOERNE -- Work will commence in early December on the costliest road project ever undertaken by Kendall County, the widening and extension of Herff Road, which tops $10 million.
|11/20/2013||Preservation Awards To Honor Local Projects|
Nov. 20--Three rehabilitation or restoration projects in San Antonio and a local craftsman will be honored next month by a statewide preservation group.
|11/16/2013||Xcel Energy Approved For Wind-Power Project|
Nov. 16--Xcel Energy will proceed with plans to add 698 megawatts of wind energy to its Texas-New Mexico system following authorization last week.
|11/16/2013||Texas Receives Millions To Restore coast|
Nov. 16--Texas will receive nearly $9 million to rebuild coastal dunes and marshes, restore oyster reefs and preserve and habitat for migratory birds as part of a larger campaign to restore the Gulf of Mexico after the 2010 oil spill.
|11/16/2013||Austin's Next Rail Line Could Run North And Southeast From Downtown|
Nov. 16--Urban rail's first line should go from downtown north on a corridor roughly defined by Red River Street and, in a surprise, southeast on East Riverside Drive as well, city of Austin and Capital Metro staff recommended Friday to a committee mulling the issue.
|11/15/2013||Phase 1 Of Downtown Renovation To Begin Immediately|
Nov. 15--The renovation project for Downtown Rockwall looks like it will finally get started, according to a statement released by the City of Rockwall.