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Stratus 2003: Make Way for HEB
Neighborhood negotiations go much better for Stratus the second time around.
News Story  December 26, 2003, by Amy Smith
"...When Stratus Properties officials began pitching their plan for a new HEB development to environmentalists and neighborhood groups, they didn't turn first to the usual suspects but to Stephani Stone, a Southwest Austin soccer mom and neighborhood leader who earned her activist stripes a year ago as one of the developer's most vocal opponents...."

HEB's Gone Green
HEB to give away 20,000 reusable grocery bags.
DAILY News  November 12, 2007, by Wells Dunbar
"...While Texas Recycles Day may not be a state holiday just yet, HEB is commemorating it in a big way. This Thursday, Nov..."

HEB Techridge Is Collecting for Ike Relief
Local grocery giant gets in on the hurricane relief action today 'til 7pm.
DAILY Emergency  September 17, 2008, by Kate X Messer
"...Your Hurricane Emergency Buddies, the HEB at I-35 & Parmer, 500 Canyon Ridge Drive (Techridge Plaza) is currently accepting donations. THEY NEED: canned pop top meats and vegetables shampoo/conditioner dental creams body wash water toothbrushes/toothpaste any non-perishable item money..."

Casual Kosher
HEB Serves Up a Kosher Cafe, Austin Style
Food Story  February 6, 1998, by Ronna N. Welsh
"...The Kosher Deli at HEB Far West photograph by John Anderson HEB Far West 7025 Village Center Dr., 502-8445 Sun-Thu, 7am-8pm; Fri, 7am-4pm..."

Naked City
HEB Shelving Early Voting?
News Story  December 21, 2001, by Lee Nichols
"...Eager ballot casters planning to vote early in the springtime may have to strike HEB off their list of possible locations. Long one of the anchors of Travis County's early voting efforts, the grocery chain might withdraw from the polling place roster due to a lawsuit lodged against it by the Independent Texans, a campaign reform advocacy group...."

Buckman in the Aisles!
These are the people in your grocery store
DAILY Chronolog  May 22, 2012, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...So I'm walking down one of the beverage aisles in what I think of as my HEB: The one at Hancock Center, the one nearest the Chronicle & its sunbaked volleyball court...."

Central Market Westgate Ready to Unveil Massive Remodel
South Austin store takes the lead
DAILY Food  May 23, 2013, by Kate Thornberry
"...The last six months has seen the end of that era of corporate laissez faire – the entire store has been expanded and upgraded. It may now be the crowning glory of the entire HEB company...."

News Ticker: April 10
All the news that's fit to blog
DAILY News  April 10, 2013, by Brandon Watson
"...HEB is in a pickle, John Carona shows some backbone, and President Obama makes an indecent proposal. Fortitude is on the News Ticker...."

Litigious Linda
Even after being dropped, Linda Curtis' lawsuits could impact city politics.
News Story  April 19, 2002, by Lee Nichols
"...Meanwhile, Curtis' suit against HEB for allowing early voting while outlawing petitioning on its premises prompted the grocery chain to pull out of Travis County's early voting program. HEB had determined that petitioning is solicitation, and now claims that it dropped out of the voting program in order to avoid future litigation..."

Naked City
No More Produce 'n' Politics
News Story  April 5, 2002, by Lee Nichols
"...It appears that the HEB grocery chain will indeed pull out of Travis County's early voting system, probably before the fall elections. Such a pullout, which County Clerk Dana DeBeauvoir has said would "gut" the program, was precipitated at least in part by the lawsuit filed last year by Independent Texans, a group led by campaign reform activist and City Council candidate Linda Curtis (see "Naked City: HEB Shelving Early Voting?" Dec..."

Wish List
Give 'Til It Helps, Part 2
Features Story  December 21, 2007
"...Gift cards (HEB, Target)..."

McCracken's Mud
News Story  April 26, 2002, by Lee Nichols
"...In a race as close as the contest for City Council Place 4 appears to be, the mud was bound to start flying. Attorney/novelist/ deacon/candidate Brewster McCracken has slung a fistful at incumbent Beverly Griffith, first at an April 16 candidates forum and then in an April 17 press release in which he tried to pin blame for HEB's withdrawal from early voting on Griffith...."

The "Yuppie Chow" Market
Austin's Grocery Stores Duke It Out
News Story  July 28, 1995, by Amy Smith
"...The larger, corporate chains were satisfied to offer your basic head of iceberg and plenty of white bread. Now, everybody in Austin wants in on the natural/gourmet food market - including HEB, with its fledgling gourmand paradiso, Central Market, and Albertson's, with the addition of specialty foods (sans 100% organic purity) at its upcoming store in Westlake Hills...."

After a Fashion
Stephen explores the melting pot that is ... HEB?
Columns  April 21, 2006, by Stephen MacMillan Moser
"...HEB-ing Texas grocery chain HEB is a great melting pot, particularly the ones at South Congress and Oltorf and at Pleasant Valley and Riverside. HEB's not so much multicultural as it is a culture of its own..."

What Price Labor?
Business as Usual
News Story  November 27, 1998, by Erica C. Barnett
"...Luckily for the workers, however, HEB included a provision in its contract that held Williams Construction responsible for paying the wages in the event the subcontractor renegged on his end of the deal. Still, according to the Texas Labor Code, failing to pay wages is not considered a crime unless workers can prove either that the employer intended not to do so when the workers were hired, or that the company continued to employ the workers without the intention of paying their wages..."

Endorsements
News Story  October 26, 2001
"...HEB, 2701 E. Seventh..."

The Wal-Mart War
Citizens continue to battle the Beast of Bentonville on several Southside fronts
News Story  September 19, 2003, by Amy Smith
"...One of the local (or at least semilocal) businesses threatened by Wal-Mart -- San Antonio-based HEB -- has won some staunch defenders since Wal-Mart Supercenters came to town. (Supercenters differ from regular Wal-Marts in having a full supermarket, since Wal-Mart says the only way it could possibly grow bigger is to take over the grocery business.) HEB spokeswoman Kate Rogers says the company hopes to continue building on that loyalty..."

Who Killed Stacey Stites?
A re-examination of a Bastrop murder case leaves many unanswered questions.
News Story  May 24, 2002, by Jordan Smith
"...Six years after Stites' death, the question remains open: Who killed Stacey Stites?Theories of the Crime Stites, a 19-year-old Giddings resident, disappeared in the early morning hours of April 23, 1996. According to her fiancé Jimmy Fennell Jr., then a Giddings police officer, she left the apartment they shared to drive his red Chevy pickup to work for a 3:30am shift at the Bastrop HEB..."

Naked City
Bringing Instant Runoff Voting to Austin may not be so instant, and HEB tries to Clean itself of petitioners.
News Story  August 10, 2001, by Lee Nichols
"...Keeping it Clean at HEB..."

Naked City
Action Items
News Story  March 3, 2000
"...HEB grocery store, 2400 S. Congress at Oltorf..."

Food-o-File
Ambling around the aisles at HEB Plus! and marvelling at how busy Martin Yan is these days
Food Column  January 20, 2006, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Excellent Shopping Adventure The new HEB Plus! stores opened this fall with great advertising fanfare (those Queen-inspired choral arrangements!), but it took me a while to plan a shopping excursion to one of the two area locations. Two weeks ago, a friend and I spent an afternoon traipsing up and down the aisles of the gigantic new store on Highway 79 east of Round Rock, not far from the Dell Diamond..."

Naked City
Mostly local scuttlebutt, with trips to Cuba and Denver
News Story  August 17, 2001, by Michael King
"...Clean Campaigns for Austin's fight for the right to petition voters in major shopping centers -- and HEB's counter-fight to toss them out -- escalated another notch this week when HEB's lawyers began photographing and videotaping the petitioners, just days after HEB failed to get a temporary restraining order against Clean Campaigns. The group is petitioning to place a campaign-finance reform measure on the November ballot (see "Green Whoopee!," right), and has a pending lawsuit against the grocery chain's policy forbidding solicitors on its property...."

Naked City
Austin Stories
News Story  June 29, 2001, by Erica C. Barnett
"...Clean Campaigns of Austin, never ones to shy away from the harsh glare of publicity, have filed a "state constitution freedom of speech and assembly" lawsuit against HEB Grocery Stores, claiming violation of their right to free assembly on private property with public access. The group, which is seeking public financing for local campaigns, has sought to gather petitions in front of the Hancock Center HEB; HEB policy prohibits solicitation anywhere on the property, according to HEB spokeswoman Kate Brown..."

Naked City
Austin Stories
News Story  June 22, 2001, by Erica C. Barnett
"...What do the Girl Scouts, voting registrars, and would-be campaign finance reformers have in common? They're all banned -- along with abortion rights opponents, groups that want to save the whales, and the Salvation Army guy -- from petitioning in front of the Hancock Center HEB, where Clean Campaigns for Austin, a group that's trying to get public campaign finance on the ballot for November, has set up shop in recent weeks...."

Noshing Kosher
Lorne Oppler gives the lowdown on eating kosher in Austin.
Food Story  September 29, 2000, by Lorne Opler
"...Realizing the need to provide kosher food for the newly transplanted Jews, the more entrepreneurial newcomers began making and selling foods that met the needs of America's growing Jewish community. It was during this period that some of today's most recognizable supermarket products were introduced, including Lender's Bagels, Hebrew National Franks, and (still) the king of commercially prepared kosher foods, the Manischewitz label..."

May 12 Special Election
The Chronicle endorsements
News Story  May 4, 2007
"...Howson Public Library, 2500 Exposition (Mon.-Fri., 10am-8pm; Sat., 10am-5pm) EastHEB, 2701 E. Seventh*..."

Endorsements
May 12 Joint and Special Election
News Story  April 27, 2007
"...Howson Public Library, 2500 Exposition (Mon.-Fri., 10am-8pm; Sat., 10am-5pm) EastHEB, 2701 E. Seventh*..."

Election Info
Dates, voting locations, and ballots
News Story  October 20, 2006
"...Howson Public Library, 2500 Exposition (Mon-Fri 10am-8pm, Sat 10am-5pm)EastHEB, 2701 E. Seventh*..."

Naked City
Headlines and happenings from Austin and beyond
News Story  February 13, 2004, by Mike Clark-Madison
"...Texas Campaign for the Environment has applauded the HEB grocery chain for discontinuing the sale of disposable DVDs. Austin has been a test market in recent months for the Disney product, DVDs that oxidize and become unusable 48 hours after opening – thus relieving consumers of the need to return them to the video rental store, but with environmental consequences that should be obvious to anyone with half a brain..."

ACL Prime Time
Blurbs to ACL Music Fest by.
Music Story  September 19, 2003
"...You can't swing a dead gato on local airwaves these days without hearing a track from the tres hermanos' much-ballyhooed eponymous debut, and it's well-deserved. -- Melanie Haupt Leftover Salmon, 6pm, HEB stage Self-proclaimed purveyors of poly-ethnic Cajun slamgrass, Leftover Salmon has moved beyond their Colorado roots and turned into a national phenomenon..."

Postmarks
Our readers talk back.
Columns  September 21, 2001
"...The Chronicle has changed the most, and just as unpredictably. In October 1989, the day after busybody Mark Weaver got HEB to stop carrying the Chron, I asked Louis if this would hurt the paper..."

Chapter 3: Crazy Weekly
September 1988-August 1991
Features Story  September 7, 2001
"...The next three years will be the most event-filled in Chronicle history: The paper goes weekly, gets thrown out of and then reinstated in the HEB, the building is set on fire, and the office finally moves again, to its present home...."

Liquid Assets
Libations by the Lake
Food Column  August 10, 2001, by Wes Marshall
"...Good choices: Leon Beyer Pinot Blanc ($11.99), Alpha Domus Sauvignon Blanc ($14.99), Rivola Tempranillo/Cabernet ($10.99), Groth Sauvignon Blanc ($16.99)HEB Bee Cave12400 Hwy. 71 W., 263-0528 HEB Four Points7301 N..."

Services
Best of Austin Story  September 24, 1999
"...This is the second year running for Peoples, in a hotly contested category. HEB, Nau's, and Walgreen's all pulled in close behind, but Peoples reigned supreme..."

What's Old Is New
Cutrer's City Markets Revives the Neighborhood Grocery
Food Story  July 4, 1997, by Meredith Phillips
"...Joe Cutrer, a lanky, blue-eyed, seasoned, sober grocer, learned his trade locally, starting at the HEB across from Becker Junior High when he was 12, "before the labor laws were stringent. I pestered them enough until they gave me a job..."

Holiday Wish Lists 2006
Give 'til it helps: Part 2
Features Story  December 22, 2006
"...HEB gift cards..."

Endorsements
Democratic and Republican Primaries, March 7
News Story  March 3, 2006
"...Highland Mall, 6001 Airport (9am-8pm)EastHEB, 2701 E. Seventh*..."

Early Voting
When and where
News Story  February 24, 2006
"...Highland Mall, 6001 Airport (Mon.-Sat., 9am-8pm; Sun., noon-6pm)EastHEB, 2701 E. Seventh*..."

March 7 Primaries
News Story  February 17, 2006
"...EastHEB, 2701 E. Seventh*..."

Postmarks
Our readers talk back.
Columns  November 28, 2003
"...Yesterday being Thursday, I drove out of my way, parked illegally at my HEB, and left my car for a moment unlocked just so that I could get a copy of the Chronicle. This morning I'm wondering why I have to do that..."

I Want My Chronicle!
Postmarks  November 21, 2003
"...Yesterday being Thursday, I drove out of my way, parked illegally at my HEB, and left my car for a moment unlocked just so that I could get a copy of the Chronicle. This morning I'm wondering why I have to do that..."

Natural Selection
Responding to market demands and consumer pressure, Whole Foods decides to banish genetically modified ingredients from its store-brand product lines.
News Story  January 28, 2000, by Dan Oko
"...Viewing the Whole Foods announcement as a victory of sorts, Nemjoshi says her group will push other area grocers, especially HEB, to move away from GE foods in their product lines and will continue to insist on labeling in the case that they don't. Central Market, HEB's upscale grocery that competes directly with Whole Foods, has only three stores -- two in Austin and one in San Antonio -- which means it has leeway to negotiate with suppliers but not a lot of clout..."

Chain Reaction
Downtown construction projects raise fears that Austin will lose its charm.
News Story  December 24, 1999, by Amy Smith
"...Initially, HEB had an option to buy Butler's land, with the idea of opening its Central Market on the site. But the food store, even after two years, wasn't making any move to buy the land, and Young was in a hurry to turn it into gold..."

Mapping Out Mueller
Airport redevelopment project continues spreading its wings
News Story  May 10, 2013


Notes from the Chemo Lounge
Welcome to what’s left of the rest of your life
DAILY Music  May 9, 2013, by Margaret Moser
"...Life out of the hospital demanded drastic changes in everything from diet to managing the tube and vacu-pump I now wore. Additionally, membership in a club stranger than the cancer club awaited – the subculture of handicap cart users at Walmart and HEB..."

Hummus, You So Sexy
Baby Zach's takes a Texan approach to a historical appetizer
DAILY Food  July 6, 2012, by Meghan Ruth Speakerman
"...It was love at first sight for online grocer Greenling and soon to follow (among other impressive vendors) were respectable suitors Whole Foods and HEB...."

Two-Wheeled Texas
Bikers' best bets on the highways and byways
Features Story  June 13, 2008, by Angela Armstrong, Kate X Messer, Terry Ornelas Woodroffe and Meghan Ruth Speakerman
"...PO Box 1867, 268-0377, 888/211-8187. www.ponyswings.com/ motorcycletireswing.html. HEB A full-service, 100% Texas home-grown grocery store, this HEB is the closest to the ROT action out in East Austin..."

Wish List
Give 'til it helps: Part 1
Features Story  December 14, 2007
"...Gift cards to HEB, Walgreens, etc...."

Group Aims to Stop Handouts for Retail Developments
Petition effort seeks to prevent city from subsidizing retail projects
News Story  October 12, 2007, by Richard Whittaker
"...She previously wrangled a "recall Will Wynn" petition drive for the Toll Party and another in 2002 for then-Council Member Beverly Griffith to bypass city term-limit rules. "Austin used to be a place where you could just petition in front of Whole Foods or HEB..."

Officer Fired for Unjustified Use of Deadly Force
Officer Wayne Williamson indefinately suspended for firing his gun several times into a crowded parking lot at a fleeing suspect
News Story  August 31, 2007, by Jordan Smith
"...In March, Williamson fired his gun several times into a crowded parking lot at a suspect who was fleeing from officers on foot from a fight in Southeast Austin. William­son's shots did not injure anybody, but one bullet did hit the back of a minivan parked near an HEB, with two children – ages 14 and 4 months – sitting inside..."

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