Take a look at the top five trending stories across Community Impact Newspaper’s coverage areas in Texas as of April 29.

Note: The following stories were published April 27.

Dallas-Fort Worth

Plano ISD, McCarthy Building Companies working on 'satisfactory solution' to fine arts center construction problems

McCarthy Building Companies Inc. is seeking more than $11.45 million in damages from Plano ISD over work done on the new Robbie & Lynore Robinson Fine Arts Center, which has yet to open because of what the district calls significant cracking in floors.

Chicken N Pickle breaks ground on Grapevine location

Chicken N Pickle held a groundbreaking ceremony on April 27 at its new location at 4600 Merlot Ave., Grapevine.

MorningSave sets grand opening for first retail store in Plano

Flash sale website MorningSave will celebrate the grand opening of its first-ever brick-and-mortar store April 29-May 1 in the Preston Shepard Place development at 1701 Preston Road, Plano.

Central Texas

Mighty Fine Burgers announces updates on locations coming soon to Hutto, Kyle and Dripping Springs

Mighty Fine Burgers, Fries and Shakes has announced updates on when three Central Texas locations will be opening.

Greater Houston

Texas Department of Transportation outlines FM 1488, Hwy. 242, I-45 road projects planned in The Woodlands

Matthew Connelly, a transportation engineer from Texas Department of Transportation, shared an update on projects affecting The Woodlands that will go out to let—or to receive bids—in the coming years on roads including FM 1488 and Hwy. 242.

Brian Rash, Vanessa Holt, William C. Wadsack contributed to this report.