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Wealthy suburb's new status tops this week's 5 hottest Fort Worth headlines

Wealthy suburb's new status tops week's 5 hottest Fort Worth headlines

702 White Chapel Blvd., Southlake
Southlake is even richer than it was last year. Photo courtesy of Estately.com
Capitol protestors, Nicholas DeCarlo (right)
Nicholas DeCarlo, right. Photo courtesy of FBI
H-E-B MacGregor Market
H-E-B bags a top 10 spot on Glassdoor's Best Places to Work list.  Photo by Dave Rossman
Hot Chicks Chicken
This chicken is hot. Photo courtesy of Hot Chicks
Mariachi's Dine In
Mariachi's, both Mex and healthy. Photo courtesy of Mariachi's
702 White Chapel Blvd., Southlake
Capitol protestors, Nicholas DeCarlo (right)
H-E-B MacGregor Market
Hot Chicks Chicken
Mariachi's Dine In

Editor's note: A lot happened this week, so here's your chance to get caught up. Read on for the week's most popular headlines.

1. This affluent Fort Worth neighbor cashes in among the richest cities in Texas. Southlake is movin’ on up among the ranks of the wealthiest cities in Texas. A new ranking from data provider HomeSnacks shows the Tarrant County city that's home to pro athletes, CEOs, and California transplants climbed from No. 8 on the 2020 list of Texas’ wealthiest cities to No. 5 on this year’s list.

2. Burleson man is seventh in North Texas to be arrested in Capitol riot. A Burleson man was arrested for taking part in the Capitol riots on January 6. Nicholas DeCarlo, 30, was charged with entering a restricted building; intent to impede or disrupt the orderly conduct of Government business or official functions; and parading or demonstrating on Capitol grounds. He was arrested on January 26 and appeared in a Fort Worth court.

2. Favorite Texas grocer bags top 10 spot on global Best Places to Work list. Amid a list of some of the world’s most notable tech companies, airlines, and mega-brands, Texas' favorite grocer is the cream of the crop, at least according to its workers. Online job search company Glassdoor recently released the results of its 13th annual Employees’ Choice Awards, highlighting the best places to work, with San Antonio-based H-E-B claiming the No. 10 spot.

4. Nashville-style hot chicken restaurant plucks hot Fort Worth-area location. One of the most popular of the new Nashville hot chicken places in town is about to hit the Fort Worth area: Hot Chicks Nashville Hot Chicken will open a location in the Shops at Willow Park, a new-ish center west of Fort Worth at I-20 and Shops Boulevard, with an opening date set for April.

5. Where to eat in Fort Worth right now: 5 restaurants to get healthy dish. The same thing happens every year: We overeat in December, then try to make up for it in January by eating healthy. This month’s Where to Eat is dedicated to those who have yet to break their New Year’s resolution and are in search of a good healthy meal. Here are five suggestions.