See what businesses in the Dallas-Fort Worth area are doing as the coronavirus continues.
Food trucks to serve up tastes from Harvest Hall vendors in Colleyville on April 17
Those craving a taste of what Harvest Hall's restaurants have to offer can pick up meals in Colleyville on April 17.
Harvest Hall is a European-style food hall that plans to open in Grapevine this summer.
McKinney businesses, nonprofits unite with new community website One Heart McKinney
The city of McKinney, the McKinney Chamber of Commerce, local businesses, nonprofits and faith-based organizations are teaming up to provide resources for the community through the COVID-19 pandemic by launching a new website called One Heart McKinney.
Sweets on a Stick offering take-home cookie kits, online class
The store is offering decorate-your-own-cookie kits that families are able to enjoy together. The kits come with either six or a dozen cookies and up to four different icing colors.
With business doubling at Hirsch’s Meats in Plano, store hits staffing bottleneck
Gary Hirsch's store, Hirsch’s Meats, has been in business in Plano for 28 years, but never before has it seen so much business and been so underequipped to meet the demand, he said.
Richardson-based design and construction firm navigates nuances of being an essential business
In the first few weeks of quarantine, design and construction firm DorianBahr struggled to navigate the nuances of various shelter-in-place orders.
“Our business is considered essential, but that’s a very vague word right now,” president and managing partner Curtis Dorian said. “We still get to work on projects; we’re not shut down. But it affects us because I have projects on hold, and the calls are not coming in.”
Daniel Houston, Olivia Lueckemeyer, William C. Wadsack, Miranda Jaimes and Gavin Pugh contributed to this story.