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Athens

Athens Are you growing tired of the hustle and bustle of today's work a day world - spending hours each week sitting in your car just trying to get to work to spend all day staring at the same laptop screen,...

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Canton

Canton Once a month this quaint, peaceful, East Texas Main Street City of 3,581 becomes the seventh largest city in Texas when up to 400,000 shoppers visit World Famous First Monday Trade Days the oldest, la...

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Ennis

Ennis Pack your bag for a Texas must-see! Ennis, just 25 minutes south of downtown Dallas on IH-45, is a perfect place to bring the family for a weekend getaway or just for the day. Ennis offers family f...

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Frisco

Frisco Frisco, Texas one of the fastest growing cities in America is Texas' Rising Star for sports, shopping and art. Centrally located in the DFW metroplex and 20 minutes from Dallas-Fort Worth Internation...

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Grapevine

Grapevine Grapevine is the oldest settlement in Tarrant County, originating under the Lone Star flag in 1844, a year before Texas became a part of the United States. In October, 1844, General Sam Houston and fe...

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Weatherford

Weatherford Welcome to Weatherford, a historic town that is just 20 minutes west of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, but it is like stepping back years in time. Visitors to Weatherford will enjoy our treasures...

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Addison

Addison Addison, is one of the Dallas area's most popular destinations. The Town of Addison is unique in the amenities and customer service it provides to Dallas area visitors. With more than 170 restaurants ...

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Allen

Allen Have you met Allen? Only minutes north of Dallas, Allen's shopping centers offer everything from captivating water views to savvy savings. Shopping destinations include Allen Premium Outlets, Watters ...

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Alvarado

Alvarado Alvarado, the oldest town in Johnson County, is at the junction of U.S. highways 67 and 81 and Interstate Highway 35W, fifteen miles east of Cleburne in eastern Johnson County. In the winter of 1849 W...

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Arlington

Arlington Arlington, Texas. You've definitely heard of it if you're a fan of Texas sports, Texas amusement parks, or "good ole'" Texas food. Right in the middle of Dallas and Fort Worth, Arlington is the entert...

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Athens

Athens Are you growing tired of the hustle and bustle of today's work a day world - spending hours each week sitting in your car just trying to get to work to spend all day staring at the same laptop screen,...

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Azle

Azle Azle is on State Highway 199 sixteen miles northwest of downtown Fort Worth in the northwest corner of Tarrant County; the town extends partly into Parker County. The first recorded settlement at the ...

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Balch Springs

Balch Springs Balch Springs is on Interstate highways 635 and 20 and U.S. Highway 175 ten miles southeast of Dallas in Dallas County. It was founded around 1870, when the family of John Balch settled in the area an...

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Bastrop

Bastrop The shops and businesses of this historically prosperous cotton and pine lumber town lie along the Colorado River instead of around a courthouse square. The cultural epicenter of Bastrop County in the...

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Bedford

Bedford As you can see from the map above Bedford is ideally located in the heart of the in the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex. Bedford is a safe, friendly community with a small town feel, which is wonderful ...

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Belton

Belton Founded in 1850, Belton grew as a trading center for nearby farms and ranches. Its merchants made the city a favorite rest stop for cowboys herding Longhorns up the Chisholm Trail. Today, visitors are...

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Benbrook

Benbrook Prior to the arrival of Anglo settlers, large herds of buffalo and members of the Wichita, Caddo, Comanche and Lipan Apache Indian tribes roamed the Benbrook area. Archeologists estimate that the area...

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Bonham

Bonham Bonham, county seat and commercial center of Fannin County, is on U.S. Highway 82 and State highways 78 and 121 on the northern edge of the Blackland Prairie twelve miles south of the Red River. Settl...

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Bowie

Bowie Bowie is an incorporated community on U.S. Highway 81 fifteen miles southwest of Montague in southwestern Montague County. In 1882, when the tracks of the Fort Worth and Denver Railway were built thro...

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Brenham

Brenham This charming town located halfway between Houston and Austin is known as the Birthplace of Texas because of the signing of the Declaration of Independence on March 2, 1836 at Washington-on-the-Brazos...

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