The Germania Farm Mutual Board of Directors appointed two new members to its board following Germania’s annual director election in April 2021.
RG Land Services of San Antonio is among the top 100 companies from around the world selected for the 16th annual Aggie 100 which honors the fastest-growing companies owned or operated by former students of Texas A&M University.
The Blinn College District Division of Technical and Community Education recently recognized 20 graduates who earned their Principles of HVAC Technician certificates. These students are equipped with the skills necessary to enter the workforce or continue their education and earn additional …
Oil prices plummeted to their lowest point in decades over the weekend as Saudi Arabia declared a price war on Russia, adding another stressor to financial markets already reeling amid concerns over the rapid spread of a new strain of coronavirus.
The National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors (NAIFA) of Texas honored Charles Matejowski, CIC, LUTCF with the NAIFA-Texas Lifetime Achievement Award at their annual meeting in Fort Worth on Feb. 8.
AUSTIN — Climate change is being felt in a corner of the world different from where one might expect: Wall Street, where some of the biggest investors are starting to take action.
Pat Sorrells, president and CEO of Camp For All, a barrier-free camp in Washington County, has been selected as a recipient of the Houston Business Journal’s 2019 Most Admired CEOs Award.
Each year, thousands of Houston area nurses are nominated for Houston Chronicle’s “Salute to Nurses” awards, with 150 outstanding nursing professionals chosen to be honored.
WASHINGTON — A Houston-based food manufacturer is recalling almost 3,400 pounds of its products because it may contain a bacteria that can cause serious health issues.
Yvette Kirkland of Coldwell Banker Properties Unlimited in Brenham here has earned the Institute for Luxury Home Marketing’s Million Dollar Guild recognition for experience, knowledge, and expertise in million-dollar and higher residential properties.
The Chappell Hill Chamber of Commerce welcomed a new downtown businesses last weekend with a ribbon cutting ceremony for The Shabby Cupboard Deli & Fine Foods.
Treat your best employees with total confidence and the freedom to do what they wish, then your business will succeed, says PlanNorth Architectural Co.’s founding partner who spoke at one of the nation’s leading conferences for businesses.
Blinn College’s A.W. Hodde, Jr. Technical Education Center is offering scholarships covering up to 80 percent of student costs for a 200-hour carpentry training program beginning Monday.
Billy Starnes of the Edward Jones financial services firm will hold a grand “reopening” celebration of his office at 1904 S. Market St. on May 31.
With one stroke of the pen, the Royer’s brand doubled its presence in Brenham and the new 4 Star Concert Hall entertainment complex added a premium restaurant to its arsenal of experiences for patrons.
WASHINGTON — A new study confirms what others already have concluded: Many Baby Boomers haven’t saved a dime for retirement, which can’t help but mean trouble as they reach retirement age.