The assisted-living community offers 24-hour staffing, housekeeping and laundry services, and community activities.
Elixir Lounge will also host live music, karaoke nights and game nights.
The restaurant boasts hand-pulled noodles and handmade dumplings, all of which are made fresh to order.
Owners John and Jordan Havens are planning to open their new business, Local Bake and Toffee Cellar, in September.
The store sells smoking supplies such as pipes and vapes, CBD products and cigars.
The Hutto location allows for ample space for its 360-degree bar that serves customers inside and outside, a large room for private events and an expansive patio that wraps around the back of the restaurant.
The privately owned studio will offer boutique-style small-group classes, as well as individual and duet sessions for all levels of Pilates.
Through a close relationship with their wholesaler, Misty and Shawn hand-select every flower that goes to the store.
Main Bird Hot Chicken will host a grand opening celebration Sept. 9-11 for its new brick-and-mortar location at 7316 Louetta Road, Ste. B303, Spring.
The new restaurant serves almost 80 Mexican mezcals.
International tea franchise Gong Cha is hosting a soft opening throughout the week of Aug. 15-19 at 9105 W. Sam Houston Parkway, Ste. 400, Houston.
The new name honors Jim Laminack and Bob Grove, who both served as Klein High School principals and went on to serve as directors of school administration.
The family-owned restaurant serves pizza, homemade pasta, seafood, chicken and more.
The clinic is now located at 103 E. Lamar St. in McKinney, but it first opened at the Baptist Immigration Center at 505 Titus St., before relocating in 2019.
The new store will offer children's clothing for newborns up to 14-year-olds.
The addition will be located at the northwest corner of Reserve Street and Division Street in Southlake.
“We all have to work together to make sure our schools continue to remain safe,” Dallas ISD Superintendent Stephanie Elizalde said. “We want to be proactive, not reactive.”
A love of supporting local businesses for husband and wife duo Wilma and Brian Cheshier went from being a casual hobby to a full-blown business venture in the shape of the grocery store, Lakeside Urban Grocery.
When it comes to illnesses that cause the most concern, prostate cancer typically does not top the list.
The inside eastbound lane of Common Street will be closed from Aug. 15-17 for construction.