Take a look at the top five trending stories across all of Community Impact Newspaper’s coverage areas as of Oct. 20.

Note: The following stories were published between Oct. 18-19.

Dallas-Fort Worth

Early concept for Frisco’s Northwest Community Park includes large biking tower for ‘gravity riding’

A park directly south of the upcoming PGA Frisco headquarters could soon feature several new fixtures for cyclists, among them being a roughly 40-foot-tall “gravity riding” tower.

La Hacienda Ranch in Frisco ‘having difficulties’ gathering workers, supplies for kitchen fire repairs

The eatery at 4110 Preston Road shared an update on Oct. 15 via Facebook.

Central Texas

Perky Beans Cafe open for breakfast, lunch in north Leander

Breakfast is served all day, and the cafe has plans to expand to dinner hours in the future, owner Angie Diaz said.

Amazon fulfillment center in Pflugerville officially operational, will continue hiring blitz

The AUS2 Amazon Fulfillment Center in Pflugerville is now officially operational, and a company representative said the facility will continue taking on new employees into next year.

More than 20,000-seat outdoor amphitheater proposed for Southwest Austin

Developer Craig Bryan said he hopes the Violet Crown Amphitheater in Southwest Austin will help the city live up to its name as the live music capital of the world, even as the population soars.

Matt Payne, Taylor Girtman, Brian Rash and Maggie Quinlan contributed to this report.