Monthly Archives: May 2018

New warehouse, office building on tap as Mouser rides wave of tech innovation

NICHOLAS SAKELARIS, Mansfield News Mirror

From mobile devices and wearables to smart thermostats and self-driving cars, many of the microchips and capacitors behind today’s high-tech devices likely spent time on one of the endless aisles at Mouser Electronics in Mansfield.

The world’s largest electric parts distributor has been riding the wave of technological innovation, growing in profits […]

By |May 29th, 2018|

Medical businesses will honor ‘country doctor’ in reopening of his building

NICHOLAS SAKELARIS, Mansfield News Mirror

 

Dr. Percy Cook’s old medical office at 315 S. Main St. will get new life this summer as the home base for a pediatric nursing and hospice care business.

The 1950s-era duplex office has been empty for years while other buildings have been torn down or revitalized as part of downtown Mansfield’s […]

By |May 24th, 2018|

Klein Tools examines how to attract young workers to skilled trade jobs

FWBP Staff, Fort Worth Business Press

 

Klein Tools annual “State of the Industry” survey – with input from more than 800 union and non-union electricians – highlights when and why millennials are entering the industry. The results also explore how employers can attract the next generation to the trades to end the labor shortage facing the United States.

Klein, […]

By |May 22nd, 2018|

Mansfield Hawaiian Falls will change management again, plans new attractions

NICHOLAS SAKELARIS, Mansfield News Mirror

New management will be taking over Hawaiian Falls this summer with plans to add new attractions to the Mansfield water park in the future.

ProParks Management will sublease the 14-acre water park as it enters its 10th year of operation. Like Big League Dreams, FieldHouseUSA and the StarCenter, the city owns the […]

By |May 9th, 2018|

Church Breaks Ground For Affordable Housing in Mansfield

ROBERT FRANCIS, Fort Worth Business Press

 

Bethlehem Baptist Church, the oldest predominantly African-American church in Tarrant County, broke ground April 29 in Mansfield for a $20 million affordable housing development with units renting for as low as $400 a month.

The 113,500-square-foot complex is under construction on 5.5 acres at 1197 W. Broad St. The project will […]

By |May 7th, 2018|