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The McKinney National Airport is receiving funding in coronavirus relief funds. (Courtesy city of McKinney)
The McKinney National Airport is receiving funding in coronavirus relief funds. (Courtesy city of McKinney)

The McKinney National Airport is receiving funding in coronavirus relief funds. (Courtesy city of McKinney)

In case you missed them the first time around, here are five Dallas-Fort Worth-area updates related to the coronavirus, the economy, the community and more.

Dallas-Fort Worth airports to receive $355 million in coronavirus relief funds

A number of Dallas-Fort Worth area airports are expected to receive nearly $355 million in funds from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act.

Grand opening of Lewisville’s new multigenerational center Thrive delayed until fall due to COVID-19 outbreak

The grand opening of the city of Lewisville’s 87,000-square-foot multigenerational center, Thrive, has been rescheduled from May 30 to early October due to the COVID-19 outbreak.



Lovepacs Plano faces challenges feeding children in need, innovates new ways to serve

Lovepacs is partnering with Eddie’s Diner and Central Market to create hot meals for families to eat on the weekends.

MAP: Goodwill centers across the Greater Dallas area pivot to collect personal protective equipment

Goodwill donation centers across the Greater Dallas area have shifted efforts to collecting personal protective equipment for the community.

Southlake mayor signals desire to reopen businesses in May, waiting for governor's direction

Southlake Mayor Laura Hill signaled her eagerness April 15 to reopen local businesses as soon as possible, predicting "huge" economic damage from the fallout of the coronavirus pandemic.

Anna Herod, Gavin Pugh, Ian Pribanic, Liesbeth Powers and Makenzie Plusnick contributed to this report.