Here are five stories on how business and school districts in the metroplex are adapting during the coronavirus pandemic.
Frisco wedding vendors lose business for March, April as couples postpone
Frisco’s wedding industry is coming to a standstill as more and more couples are deciding to postpone or cancel their upcoming weddings due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Keller ISD, Northwest ISD continue drive-thru meal programs for students
With school districts closed to on-campus learning through at least May 4, officials with Keller ISD and Northwest ISD have found solutions to serve students who rely on school meals.
Plano ISD empowers superintendent to act swiftly to support remote learning needs
The Plano ISD board of trustees granted new authority April 7 to Superintendent Sara Bonser to give PISD greater flexibility with purchases, employee pay and donations to first responders.
Restrictions impacting independent Tarrant County health care providers
Independent health care providers in Tarrant County are coping with losses of patients and resources due to coronavirus-related restrictions.
Southlake’s Reveal Martial Arts providing leadership through virtual classes
Through its private Facebook group, its private YouTube channel and the conference service Zoom, Reveal Martial Arts is offering live classes and free private lessons for all students.
Daniel Houston, Elizabeth Uclés, Ian Pribanic and Miranda Jaimes contributed to this report.