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Moroso Wood Fired Pizzeria Coming To Waco

Posted by:Adam Voight

Waco: Old shopping center gets new look, new restaurant Original Article by Madison Adams of KWTX.com An old Waco shopping center is getting a new look and some new businesses including a pizza restaurant. The Marketplace Shopping Center at 4700 Bosque Blvd. in Waco was once home to some of the trendiest boutiques in town…

Bosque Blvd. shopping center Market Square getting makeover, new tenants

Posted by:Jonathon Lopez

Original article by Mike Copeland of wacotrib.com The Market Square shopping center at 4700 Bosque Blvd., across from the Extraco Events Center, is undergoing renovations that will make it an upscale hideaway where the public can buy fine jewelry, plan an exotic trip, have a drink or dine on Italian food indoors or near a…

Ritchie Road project seen as lifeline to housing boom in southwest Waco

Posted by:Jonathon Lopez

Original article by J.B. Smith of wacotrib.com A long-delayed $5 million project to rebuild and widen Ritchie Road is about to start — not a moment too soon for developers on the Waco-Hewitt border. Nearly 2,000 homes are planned along the 3.7-mile road that marks the western urban boundary of Waco, Hewitt and Woodway south…

J.C. Penney eliminating registers, ETMC retools, downtown work

Posted by:Jonathon Lopez

Original article by Mike Copeland of wacotrib.com ETMC, which provides ambulance service to Waco, is selling its station at North 18th Street and Lyle Avenue, but is not curtailing local operations. It simply is working smarter and more efficiently. Spokesman James Stefka said the Tyler-based company began serving Waco in 2003, and at one time…

Big Lots to fill space left vacant by Circuit City

Posted by:Jonathon Lopez

Original article by Mike Copeland of wacotrib.com An investment group from Arizona has bought the vacant Circuit City building at 4905 W. Waco Drive and has signed a 10-year lease to place a Big Lots discount store there by March. Chris Hinkson, a principal in the Hinkson Co., confirmed he completed the purchase of the…

Waco Plan Commission allows developer to withdraw Panther Way development plan

Posted by:Jonathon Lopez

Original article by J.B. Smith of wacotrib.com The Waco Plan Commission on Tuesday allowed a developer to withdraw his application to develop a 150-acre tract near Panther Way so he can meet with neighbors who oppose his plan. Developer Brad Harrell said he will bring the plan back to the city in six months, after…

Developers’ rezoning request near Hewitt Drive meeting resistance

Posted by:Jonathon Lopez

Original article by J.B. Smith of wacotrib.com A developer’s request to rezone a 153-acre tract in the Chapel Road area has drawn opposition from neighbors and a negative recommendation from city planners as it heads to the Waco Plan Commission on Tuesday. Brad Harrell of Waco PRC Development has been seeking a “planned unit development”…

New Waco business park will feature kidney dialysis clinic

Posted by:Jonathon Lopez

Original article by Mike Copeland of wacotrib.com A new clinic where patients can undergo kidney dialysis as they sleep at the facility overnight will anchor the Greenway Business Park now under construction. The park is going up on 27 acres at Bagby Avenue and Corporation Parkway, near the new Hillcrest Baptist Medical Center and right…

Waco volunteer effort aims to improve Lions Park

Posted by:Jonathon Lopez

Original article by Bill Teeter of wacotrib.com Waco businessmen are making a push to take care of a city landmark that is also a rare piece of American social history. Representatives from about a dozen companies gathered Wednesday at Lions Park to discuss donating repairs to the 1950s-era amusement park, which has a growing list…

New business park hopes to lure offices to site near new Hillcrest

Posted by:Jonathon Lopez

Original article by Mike Copeland of wacotrib.com Greenway Business Park will join the bustle of economic activity near West Loop 340 and Interstate 35, where the new Hillcrest Baptist Medical Center and Legends Crossing are making their marks. A group of investors wants to develop 27 acres between the Wal-Mart return center and the Tractor…

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