As part of our monthly Midlothian Business Breakfast, Dr. Dave Arnott, Dallas Baptist University professor of strategic management and author, led a very practical and useful session on considering "motivation" as a way to improve your business opportunities.Read More
A report during a recent city council meeting indicated the Midlothian city budget reflects a 4.33 percent increase in taxable tax base and no increase in tax rate — yet another indication that things are looking up in Midlothian.Read More
After years of retrenching, it appears that retail is preparing for an economic recovery, and the news from the ReCON exhibition in Las Vegas was good for Texas.
As noted by Candace Carlisle of the Dallas Business Journal, Texas has four of the hottest markets in the United States.Read More
The Midlothian Economic Development and the Midlothian Community Development Corporation are seeking proposals for an Economic Development Strategic Planning Process for Midlothian, Texas.Read More
In Midlothian, we are proud of the industries that are such an intrinsic part of our community.
Beyond giving solid employment to residents throughout the area, the industrial citizens of Midlothian are active participants in the constant effort to improve the quality of life in Ellis County.Read More
When Navarro College and Tarleton State University cemented their bond as a Multi-Institutional Teaching Center (MITC) in Midlothian, Texas, in April 2012, the partner schools were excited about the prospects to come.
Today, just a little more than six months later, it's clear that students are excited too.Read More
With the recent article in the Dallas Morning News regarding the Gerdau steel mill in Midlothian, it is becoming apparent that there is a growing recognition of the industrial development in this community.
While Gerdau is the single largest employer in Ellis County, Texas, we are fortunate to have a wide range of industrial and distribution companies that have discovered value in starting and growing their operations in Midlothian.Read More
Midlothian's population growth and commitment to quality education will positively affect economic development and our ability to attract primary industry.
The Midlothian Independent School District approved an under-budget site package for High School No. 2 at a special called meeting Monday, June 25, 2012.Read More