Epicenter for the Arts relocates to Gateway Plaza in Southlake
Performing arts center Epicenter for the Arts has relocated to a larger space in Southlake. (Courtesy Epicenter for the Arts)
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By Sandra Sadek | | Updated
By Sandra Sadek
The owners of Next Bistro in Colleyville have made a major investment in their restaurant every year since opening it in 2011.
Saint Bernard has leased more than 10,000 square feet at the Shops of Southlake and is expected to open this spring.
Burst pipes and sprinklers affected both districts during Texas' February winter storm.
Chocolate Hangover specializes in Texas-made chocolate bars, fudge and truffles.
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Carroll ISD employees can expect to be paid their regular wages despite the weeklong school closures. Nonexempt employees who worked overtime will also be paid accordingly.
State Farm agent Vic McLane has relocated his office from North Richland Hills to Southlake.
For many businesses in Grapevine, Colleyville and Southlake, the federal Paycheck Protection Program became crucial in keeping people employed and businesses open last summer during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Individuals and businesses who sustained losses during the February 2021 winter storms are eligible for federal assistance, according to a Texas Disaster Declaration approved
Gov. Abbott: Texas is working with federal, local agencies to offer financial relief, resources to residents impacted by winter storms
Gov. Greg Abbott said the state continues to prioritize four main areas of concern: power, water, supplies and fuel production.
As stable power has returned to the Texas electrical grid, Grapevine, Colleyville and Southlake have announced that some city services will reopen.
Officials with the Texas electric grid manager also said they are preparing for state and federal reviews of this week's power outages.