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The Heights Car Show to host socially distanced event and food drive
The team behind the annual Heights Car Show has found a creative way to host the event after it was called off in April.
Sakhuu Thai Cuisine now open in Richardson
Sakhuu Thai Cuisine opened July 9 in Richardson in the Eastside development at 1811 N. Greenville Ave., Ste. 400. The restaurant, which also has a location in Dallas, serves a variety of dishes, such as sakhuu stuffed wings, Bangkok lo mein noodles and panang curry.
Rallye Auto Service shutters Richardson repair shop
Rallye Auto Service closed its downtown Richardson location at 103 W. Main St. Richardson, on May 1. The family-owned auto repair shop offers factory scheduled maintenance and repairs on domestic, Asian and European vehicles.
Walker Plastic Surgery to offer surgical, nonsurgical cosmetic procedures in Frisco
Walker Plastic Surgery will open July 20 at 12950 Dallas Parkway, Ste. 200, Frisco. Dr. Nicholas Walker will offer surgical and nonsurgical options for cosmetic procedures for the face, the body and the breasts.
Upcoming McKinney restaurant Black & Horn suspends opening plans
The owners of a new restaurant in downtown McKinney have confirmed they are walking away from the project. Black & Horn announced plans to open at 216 E. Virginia St. in downtown McKinney last summer. However, the restaurant will not be opening in that location after all and relinquished the space, owner Chris Ford confirmed.
Lexus Grapevine dealership is now under new ownership
Asbury Automotive Group has acquired the Lexus Grapevine dealership at 901 E. SH 114, Grapevine, according to a July 6 announcement.
Lewisville-Flower Mound-Highland Village
Highland Village delays community build for Kids Kastle until 2021
The community build for Highland Village's Kids Kastle is delayed once again due to the coronavirus pandemic, this time until 2021.
Keller-Roanoke-Northeast Fort Worth
Portion of Keller trail system will temporarily close
Keller city officials announced July 8 that a portion of the city’s trail system will close for a roughly two-month period.
Texas restaurants, businesses not required to disclose positive COVID-19 cases
Amid public health concerns due to the COVID-19 pandemic, restaurants and businesses across Texas are looking for guidance in the event that employees test positive for the virus.
Gavin Pugh, Elizabeth Ucles, Liesbeth Powers, Mackenzie Plusnick, Olivia Lueckemeyer and Miranda Jaimes contributed to this report.