Volkswagen dealership headed to William D. Tate Avenue in Grapevine
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The franchise's newest location in Dallas-Fort Worth, The Now Massage offers high-quality, affordable massage services.
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The eatery is one of two concepts owner Local Favorite Restaurants plans to open in the space formerly occupied by Hub Streat, according to Chief Restaurant Operator Steve Chambers.
Belong Gaming Arenas opened its doors to its second U.S. gaming center in Grapevine Mills on Oct. 17.
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The Southlake Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual Oktoberfest at Southlake Town Square this past weekend, Oct. 15-17.
To celebrate the migration of monarch butterflies through the region, Grapevine held its 24th annual Butterfly Flutterby event on Saturday, Oct. 16.
The Texas Second Court of Appeals also lifted the temporary restraining order that prevented Carroll ISD from discussing its Cultural Competence Action Plan.
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Frisco ISD proposes attendance zone modifications; rental community coming to McKinney and more top area news
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Carroll ISD superintendent issues apology, clarification regarding Holocaust comment administrator made during staff training
Following news reports about comments made about the Holocaust by a senior Carroll ISD administrative staff member, Superintendent Lane Ledbetter issued a late-night statement apologizing for the misunderstanding.
The butterfly-themed event includes a costume parade and contest that will travel through Grapevine's Historic District, and more activities—including live butterfly releases—will follow.