MAY 31 ROUNDUP: Business news from Dallas-Fort Worth area

The White Rock Family YMCA in Dallas is among the seven area locations that are set to reopen at partial capacity June 1. (Courtesy YMCA of Metropolitan Dallas)
The White Rock Family YMCA in Dallas is among the seven area locations that are set to reopen at partial capacity June 1. (Courtesy YMCA of Metropolitan Dallas)

The White Rock Family YMCA in Dallas is among the seven area locations that are set to reopen at partial capacity June 1. (Courtesy YMCA of Metropolitan Dallas)

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Plano Family YMCA to reopen at partial capacity along with 6 other North Texas locations

Plano Family YMCA will reopen to its members June 1, along with a number of other Dallas-area locations.

New convenience store The Bodega at Craig Ranch opens its doors

A new upscale convenience store opened May 25 at Craig Ranch in McKinney.



The Bodega at Craig Ranch is located at 7951 Collin McKinney Parkway, Ste. 1580, McKinney, and provides specialty foods, coffees and wines.

Independent Bank merger called off due to COVID-19

Independent Bank Group Inc., the parent company of Independent Bank, announced May 26 that the merger between the group and Texas Capital Bancshares Inc. has been terminated.

City of Plano relief grant for small businesses now accepting applications

Applications for the city of Plano’s Small Business Grant Program opened May 28.

The program, funded by $200,000 of U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development coronavirus funds, provides gap funding to help businesses at risk of layoffs or closure as a result of the pandemic.

Richardson dentist uses latest technology, value-based care to give patients back their smiles

Meredith G. Davis said she became a dentist because, unlike traditional medicine, dentistry allows for quick transformations that improve a patient's wellbeing.

Daniel Houston, Miranda Jaimes, Liesbeth Powers and Makenzie Plusnick contributed to this report.