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Paul Harral

Paul is a lifelong journalist with experience in wire service, newspaper, magazine, local and network television and digital media. He was vice president and editor of the editorial page of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram and editor of Fort Worth, Texas magazine before joining the Business Press. What he likes best is writing about people in detail and introducing them to others in the community. Specific areas of passion are homelessness, human trafficking, health care and aerospace.

Website lawsuits expected to increase during and after COVID-19

PAUL K. HARRAL pharral@bizpress.net Business, corporations and school may face a wave of...

Texas Ballet Theater prepares for life beyond COVID-19

PAUL K. HARRAL pharral@bizpress.net Texas Ballet Theater has delayed the start of its...

Meet Jody Dean: A man for this season: Lost job leads to a better life

PAUL K. HARRAL pharral@bizpress.net Jody Dean is pretty sure that losing his radio show gig on KLUV...

Fort Worth musician, businessman starts marketing firm during pandemic

6th Ave Storytelling www.6thavestorytelling.com/ PAUL K. HARRAL pharral@bizpress.net Jamey Ice admits...

New Tarrant County program to serve seniors during COVID-19 crisis

Meals On Wheels of Tarrant County has teamed with United Way and Area Agency on Aging of Tarrant County, Tarrant County, Tarrant Area...

Commentary: Memories of a frantic day in space

Memories of a frantic day in space Paul K. Harral pharral@bizpress.net April 14, 1970,...

Marvin Girouard, pioneer leader of Pier 1, dies at 80

Marvin J. Girouard, 80, who worked at Pier 1 for 32 years and was CEO from 1998 to 2007 and led the company as it...

North Texas is poised to be THE testing ground for transportation systems of the future

It started when Mike Berry, president of Hillwood, answered a phone call.He was speaking at the 11th Annual Tarrant Transportation Summit on Valentine’s Day, and...

‘Flesh & Blood’ at Kimbell: A once in a lifetime opportunity

A writer doesn’t get to say this often with absolute certainty: the Flesh & Blood: Italian Masterpieces from the Capodimonte Museum exhibition that opens at...

Ann Chappell, communications professional and community volunteer, has died

Ann Sutherland Chappell, a longtime Fort Worth volunteer and professional in the communications field, died Feb. 26 in Houston from complications of cancer. She was...

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