MAY 15 ROUNDUP: Business news from the Dallas-Fort Worth area

Sci-Tech Discovery Center is currently offering a number of virtual classes and plans to reopen for summer camp on June 15. (Courtesy Sci-Tech Discovery Center)
Sci-Tech Discovery Center is currently offering a number of virtual classes and plans to reopen for summer camp on June 15. (Courtesy Sci-Tech Discovery Center)

Sci-Tech Discovery Center is currently offering a number of virtual classes and plans to reopen for summer camp on June 15. (Courtesy Sci-Tech Discovery Center)

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Frisco businesses moving forward with plans for summer camps amid pandemic

With gyms, exercise facilities and places that offer classes allowed to operate at 25% capacity beginning May 18, a number of Frisco businesses are planning to hold summer camps for children.

NerdsToGo approaches first anniversary in McKinney

NerdsToGo will celebrate its one-year anniversary in McKinney on June 17. The store opened last June at 6405 W. Eldorado Parkway, Ste. 700, McKinney. NerdsToGo offers computer and technology services as well as computer repairs for individuals and small businesses.



Oak Street Pie Co. in downtown Roanoke serving slices of contemporary America

For Carol Southern, the owner of Oak Street Pie Co. in Roanoke, the shop is not simply selling some of the best pies in Texas—it is also selling the nostalgia of Southern cooking and American life, she said.

Nichols Financial Group relocates to renovated building in Historic Downtown Grapevine

Nichols Financial Group announced May 3 it has relocated its office from 829 S. Dooley St., Grapevine to 214 E. College St., Grapevine.

William C. Wadsack, Miranda Jaimes, Ian Pribanic and Gavin Pugh contributed to this report.