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Both Grapevine and Southlake saw continued declines in year-over-year sales tax collections, but Colleyville is on an uptick.
A group of North Texas hospitals plans to promote expanding Medicaid ahead of next year’s session of the Texas Legislature as the state’s health system deals with substantial revenue losses incurred during the coronavirus pandemic.
Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar said the state entered the era of the coronavirus in a healthy financial situation, which bodes well for the future as reopening continues, but that Texans are not out of the woods yet.
The layoffs represent 3% of the health system’s workforce.
The University Interscholastic League released guidelines for allowing sports workouts and marching bands to practice.
The North Texas Food Bank received a $100,000 donation from online retailer Amazon as the nonprofit continues to provide meals for residents in need.
Texas state agencies and institutions of higher education to expect a 5% reduction in budget plans for the 2020-21 biennium as part of the state's response to the economic ramifications of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
“Small businesses are having to pivot, and we are seeing that. We are having businesses that had one business model that had to change," said Adriana Cruz, executive director for economic development and tourism in the Office of the Texas Governor.
Officials anticipate drawing from federal funds to ensure no delays in benefit payments.
Plano-based J.C. Penney filed for bankruptcy protection May 15, a move the company said would help it navigate the difficult business climate during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Nationwide sales of retail, food services plummet in March, April amid social distancing, stay-at-home orders
As many businesses are operating on decreased capacities or have shut down completely, one side effect is a dip in monthly sales for retail and food services.
The cities of Grapevine, Colleyville and Southlake all saw declines in their sales tax revenue collections reported in May.
Here are five recent updates from the metroplex, on businesses starting back up, people out of work and more.
Unemployment numbers hit a record high in April, the highest level recorded since 1948, when these reports were first issued.
The funds raised will be distributed to nonprofits, school districts and government organizations across Texas to help promote economic development, health care and education.
Grapevine hotels saw their revenues decline by over 60% in March, a fact with which local hoteliers are grappling as they weigh how to reopen safely.
Sales tax revenue collected by the state of Texas in April totaled $2.58 billion, a more than 9% drop compared to April 2019,
43.39% of restaurant owners choosing to reopen dine-in service May 1, Texas Restaurant Association survey shows
Texas restaurants have not been permitted to offer dine-in services since mid-March but could start again beginning May 1.
More than 3,500 Grapevine, Colleyville, Southlake residents file for unemployment in one-month period
More than 3,500 residents who live in Grapevine, Colleyville and Southlake filed for unemployment insurance between March 18-April 18, according to data from the Texas Workforce Commission.
As some Texas restaurants and businesses prepare to reopen with limited occupancy starting May 1, to-go alcohol sales will be allowed to continue, according to the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission and Gov. Greg Abbott.
Retail establishments can offer to-go services starting April 24 in Grapevine, Colleyville and Southlake.
While state parks reopened across Texas on April 20, restrictions remain in place for parks visitors.