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Annual Flu Vaccination Is the Single Best Way to Fight Seasonal Flu

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Annual Flu Vaccination Is the Single Best Way to Fight Seasonal Flu

BEN FRANKLIN APOTHECARY IS NOW OFFERING FLU SHOTS! In anticipation of this year’s cold and flu season, Ben Franklin Apothecary located at 302 N. Main Street in Duncanville, is offering flu vaccinations. All vaccines will be administered by a certified pharmacist. People aged 6 months or older that want to re­duce the likelihood of getting […]

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Groundbreaking Scheduled for W & B Service Company

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Groundbreaking Scheduled for W & B Service Company

The City of Duncanville is happy to announce a groundbreaking ceremony for W&B Service Company on Wednesday, September 7, 2011 at 10:00AM.  The even will be held near the intersection of N. Main Street and Carr Lane. W&B has purchased land at the location and will be building from the ground up. Plans are to […]

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Earle, You Done Good

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Earle, You Done Good

A small group of family, friends, and business owners gathered on Tuesday evening to honor the man that has championed Duncanville economic development for ten years. One thing is true about Earle Jones, when you met him you became a friend. If you worked with him, you were family. If you were family, the bond […]

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Methodist Charlton Hosts Legislative Breakfast

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Methodist Charlton Hosts Legislative Breakfast

The Metroplex has come to know Friday mornings in August as a great time to pile your plate with not only a hearty breakfast but also a generous helping of political discussion at the Best Southwest Partnerships’ TGIF Legislative Breakfast Series. Methodist Charlton is the title sponsor and host for this event, which allows elected […]

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A Friend Gone Too Soon

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A Friend Gone Too Soon

A true friend to many left us this morning.  Rita K. Brewer passed away early this morning. I personally had the pleasure of working with Rita in two plays at the Duncanville Community Theatre.  But beyond that I was able to call her my friend for many, many more years than that. Below is a […]

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Methodist Charlton hosts legislative breakfast with Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins

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Methodist Charlton hosts legislative breakfast with Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins

The Metroplex has come to know Friday mornings in August as a great time to pile your plate with not only a hearty breakfast but also a generous helping of political discussion at the Best Southwest Partnerships’ TGIF Legislative Breakfast Series. Methodist Charlton is the title sponsor and host for this event, which allows elected […]

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Methodist Charlton Medical Center nurse supervisor appointed membership director for local AACN chapter

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Methodist Charlton Medical Center nurse supervisor appointed membership director for local AACN chapter

Cielo Borrinaga, RN, BC, CCRN, a clinical nurse supervisor for the Medical Neuro Unit at Methodist Charlton Medical Center, has been appointed membership director of the Dallas County Chapter of the American Association of Critical Care Nurses (AACN) for 2011–12. Borrinaga will also serve on the chapter’s professional development committee. The local AACN chapter holds regular meetings featuring guest […]

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Methodist Health System Board of Directors Approves $135 Million Facility Expansion Plan

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Methodist Health System Board of Directors Approves $135 Million Facility Expansion Plan

$108 million will fund unique trauma and critical care center at Methodist Dallas Methodist Health System today announced that the board of directors has approved a facility expansion plan exceeding $135 million that will directly benefit southwest Dallas County through renovations of its two existing hospital facilities – Methodist Dallas Medical Center and Methodist Charlton […]

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Take Steps To Beat Heat

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Take Steps To Beat Heat

Hot temperatures continue to slam the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Whether you have a job that requires being outdoors, are practicing for band or football, or simply enjoy working in the yard, be aware of risks associated with the heat.

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Free Vaccinations for Children

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Free Vaccinations for Children

Ben Franklin Apothecary has recently been designated as a provider for the Texas Vaccines for Children Program. This program allows eligible children to receive their vaccines for free and pay only a small service fee to the provider. (Ben Franklin – $10) The State of Texas leads the nation in the number of uninsured and […]

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