Take a look at the top five trending stories across Community Impact Newspaper’s coverage areas in Texas as of April 13.

Note: The following stories were published April 11-12.

Central Texas

Developer eyes demolition of downtown Austin block home to Oilcan Harry's, Coconut Club

A portion of a downtown Austin block home to several LGBTQ bars is in line for total demolition as developer The Hanover Co. seeks to transform the site into a new mixed-use high-rise.

Leander Activity Center now open to the public, offering new and expanded parks and recreation programs

On April 9, the city of Leander held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new 14,400-square-foot activity center that will offer a variety of recreational activities and programs as well as community events for all ages.

Cold Stone Creamery opening in Market at Round Rock by early May

Cold Stone Creamery has been preparing ice cream desserts on a frozen granite stone in all of its locations for over 30 years, according to the company.

Dallas-Fort Worth

Hugs Training Academy to move to permanent location in McKinney with land donation

An academy to help those with intellectual and developmental disabilities join the workforce has been given a permanent home.

Flower Mound Planning and Zoning Commission recommends denial of Cross Timbers Business Park project

Flower Mound residents’ weekslong warehouse discussion made its way to the town’s planning and zoning commission as it voted to recommend denial of the Cross Timbers Business Park.

Ben Thompson, Miranda Jaimes, Zacharia Washington, Samantha Douty and Brooke Sjoberg contributed to this report.