November-December 2015 Issue - Celebrate the Season
Nov 26, 2015 12:19PM
In our November-December 2015 issue, we highlight plenty of holiday-themed stories and advice.
You can read our print edition online now, by clicking any of the articles below, plus some great online-exclusive content to tide you over until the next edition of Mansfield Magazine!
Browse around for articles and information on everything you need to know about the local community and let us know what you’d like to see more of!
ASP is a family support organization that utilizes three Special Connexion day habilitation programs to provide recreational, social and fitness activities for intellectually disabled adu... Read More »
Lung cancer is the deadliest cancer in Texas. Each year it kills more people than colon, breast and prostate cancers combined. Read More »
Puppies and kittens and their adorable antics may inspire plenty of “Awwws” while viewing those daily Internet videos, but as potential Christmas gifts, they may not be the best idea. Read More »
We’re all familiar with deciduous trees and shrubs whose leaves turn colors in the fall, but a few evergreen shrubs exist that take on a different color in the winter and add interest to ... Read More »
The Day of the Girl is a response to an urgent problem facing our world today: the neglect and devaluation of girls around the world. Read More »
The annual walk took place in Arlington at River Legacy Park on Nov. 1. Read More »
No time to bake your holiday treats? Don't worry, we've got some local spots to try in this little guide. Read More »
Opening three months ahead of its original schedule, Texas Center for Proton Therapy is the first proton therapy center in North Texas and the only center in the state that will offer the... Read More »
Aidan Esquivel of Mansfield was very fortunate to be a member of Team USA U12 baseball team and to represent the U.S. in the recent Giochi Tricolore Sports Games in Reggio, Italy at the e... Read More »
Sprout’s Springroll & Pho in east Mansfield is under the direction of Peter Nguyen. The location is a sister to its Arlington counterpart and both restaurants are a family affair and oper... Read More »
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