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From Dallas: Take I-30 East across Lake Ray Hubbard and exit at Exit 71. Take the Frontage Road to the first intersection which is FM 551. Turn left and go north one mile to Highway 66. Stay north one half mile to CD Boren Parkway. Turn left at Fate City Hall and follow signs to Model Village.

From Greenville: Take I-30 West to Exit 71. Turn right on FM 551 and go north 1 mile to Highway 66. Stay north one half mile to CD Boren Parkway. Turn left at Fate City Hall and follow signs to Model Village.

What Has Over 300 Jobs Moving to Rockwall?

What Has Over 300 Jobs Moving to Rockwall?

Pegasus Foods, a major manufacturer of frozen foods for restaurant brands and supermarkets, will expand to Rockwall, Gov. Greg Abbott’s office announced recently. Los Angeles-based Pegasus will build an 80,000-square-foot manufacturing facility. The project is expected to create 325 jobs and a $10 million investment, Abbott said at a news conference in Austin. The company started in in 1998. It produces frozen foods and other products and lists among its… Read more »

Residents of Rockwall Have Been Waiting For THIS All Winter Long!

Rockwall Farmers Market Summer 2017

Rockwall, Texas residents have been waiting for this time of year since last fall and finally the residents of the city have their answer. The Rockwall Farmers Market will open for the 2017 season on Saturday May 6 on the Historic Downtown Square. The market will run from 8 a.m. to noon every Saturday through September 30. A local favorite and must-see for visitors, the Rockwall Farmers Market has become… Read more »

Where To Enjoy the Historic & Eclectic Taste of Rockwall Texas?

Rockwall, Texas has its own sterling past for history buffs in the South. Ace eating locations confront both the sense of taste and the sense of duty. The urbane sous chefs in the Southwest have been challenging us to eat locally for over a decade. Locals treasure the explorers who put Rockwall, Texas on the map. As a result, the fusty recipes were easy and based on foodstuffs that were… Read more »