Missed any of our articles from this week? Take a look at what you might have missed from Community Impact’s coverage areas in the Dallas-Fort Worth area from Jan. 29-Feb. 2.

Check out 6 restaurants that recently opened in DFW

Looking to get out of your neighborhood to try a new dining experience? Check out the following restaurant news from across the Dallas-Fort Worth metro, as recently reported by Community Impact.

Read the full story by Editor Samantha Douty.

Here are tips, guidelines for navigating McKinney’s new multilane roundabouts

City crews recently completed the first multilane roundabout in McKinney, and three more are planned to open in the coming year, according to city staff.

Read the full story by Editor Shelbie Hamilton.

City of Southlake launches app to deliver cash-back savings

The city of Southlake has partnered with Open Rewards to provide an incentive to shop and dine in town.

During the Jan. 16 meeting, Daniel Cortez, Southlake's director of economic development and tourism, announced the city will join nearly a dozen others in the country to offer an app to benefit customers.

Read the full story by Editor Cody Thorn.

Frisco ISD officials may consider tax election for teacher, staff raises

With a looming multimillion-dollar budget shortfall in fiscal year 2024-25, Frisco ISD officials are considering the use of a voter-approval tax rate election to help pay for staff raises.

Read the full story by Reporter Hannah Johnson.

Report IDs 'significant fiscal constraints' faced by Fort Worth emergency medical services in 2023

A comprehensive study completed by Fitch & Associates concluded that MedStar, which provides emergency medical services and ambulance care to Fort Worth and 14 surrounding cities, is “under-resourced” and fell short of desired objectives in 2023.

Read the full story by Reporter Mark Fadden.