Curious about the latest news in your community? See the roundup below for nine can't-miss stories in Dallas-Fort Worth. From serving meals to seniors to beers and cheers at Old 75, see the top news stories across the metropolitan area.

Old 75 Beer Garden offering 34 beers on tap in Richardson

Old 75 Beer Garden is a 16,000-square-foot dining and entertainment plaza located in the Richardson Restaurant Park. The event space includes indoor and outdoor seating at two bars, known as the Drink Bar and the Tap Bar, that will serve 34 beers and six specialty drinks on tap alongside a variety of canned and bottled beverages. In addition to live music most nights, Old 75 Beer Garden will host pop-ups and events throughout the year.

Read the full story by Reporter Jackson King.

Movement purchases 4 Summit climbing gyms; Dallas location set to close

Movement Climbing, Yoga and Fitness has purchased four Summit Gyms in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, with Summit’s Dallas location set to close as part of the acquisition. Movement bought Summit’s Grapevine, Plano, Denton and Fort Worth locations, according to a press release from the company. Summit and Movement members will have access to the four former Summit Gyms locations, along with Movement’s two Dallas locations—The Hill and Design District—starting on May 1.

Read the full story by Editor Michael Crouchley.

Plano Metro Rotary Club sets pickleball party fundraiser

Love pickleball? Save the date for Plano Metro Rotary Club's first-ever Pickleball Party. The event takes place May 6 from 6-10 p.m. at High Point Tennis Center, and proceeds will benefit the club’s foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that gives back locally and around the world, according to the organization.

Read the full story by Reporter Terri Webster.

Argyle town leaders want to add veterans memorial to Unity Park

Argyle Town Council approved action on funding or accepting donations for a veterans memorial to be constructed at Unity Park. The town approved to spend up to $8,000 and the project is expected to start by late June.

Read the full story by Reporter Don Munsch.

Dallas ISD partners with Lake Highlands-based clinics to offer mental health services

Dallas ISD students and their families can now receive school-based health services, including mental health care, from three Lake Highlands clinics. During their April 20 board meeting, Dallas ISD officials approved a partnership with Healing Hand Ministries to provide health services and mental health care and support at its youth and family centers.

Read the full story by Reporter Cecilia Lenzen.

The Clubhouse Indoor Golf to debut golf simulators in McKinney

The Clubhouse Indoor Golf expects to open in McKinney this spring, according to co-owner Mike Shepherd. The business will offer six bays featuring golf simulator technology from TruGolf, which allow guests to play a round of golf on one of more than 100 golf courses from around the world, Shepherd said. The golf simulators also provide immediate feedback, including swing analysis data such as angle and speed.

Read the full story by Reporter Shelbie Hamilton.

Maintenance project underway at Sandy Lake Road in Coppell

Maintenance on a road panel replacement project began March 27 and is currently underway along Sandy Lake Road. The scope of the project includes replacing broken or damaged panels along the portion of Sandy Lake Road between MacArthur Boulevard and Denton Tap Road. The project will require portions of various lanes to be closed periodically.

Read the full story by Reporter Destine Gibson.

‘No teacher is losing their job’: Carroll ISD faces up to $6M deficit in 2023-24 budget

With lower enrollment projections and little help from the Texas Legislature, CISD is facing a deficit of $4 million-$6 million in its 2023-24 school year budget. In CISD’s legislative priorities, the district sought a 14.5% increase in student funding to offset inflationary increases. In the 2023-24 school year, the district expects to pay more for utilities and technology expenditures but save money on reducing staff positions.

Read the full story by Reporter Hannah Johnson.

Span Inc. will offer meals, nutrition education programs for Lewisville seniors at Thrive

A new facility use agreement will give Span Inc. a dedicated space to serve meals to Lewisville residents. The nonprofit is a member of the Meals on Wheels program for the Denton County area. Since 2003, the program has provided meals services for Lewisville seniors by utilizing the city’s previous senior center and Thrive, according to Lewisville City Council’s April 17 agenda item.

Read the full story by Reporter Destine Gibson.