IMPACT ROUNDUP: Coco Shrimp now open and more updates from Keller, Roanoke and Northeast Fort Worth

The menu features shrimp flavors that can be combined or incorporated into tacos or salads. (Courtesy Coco Shrimp)
The menu features shrimp flavors that can be combined or incorporated into tacos or salads. (Courtesy Coco Shrimp)

The menu features shrimp flavors that can be combined or incorporated into tacos or salads. (Courtesy Coco Shrimp)

Read the latest business news updates from June.

Coco Shrimp now serving Hawaiian-style seafood in Northeast Fort Worth

The menu features Hawaiian-style coconut shrimp as well as other flavors of shrimp that can be incorporated into tacos or salads.

Labcorp opening new patient center in Fort Worth

Labcorp provides routine specimen collection and lab work for patients, as well as specialized services such as children’s blood collection and employee wellness screenings.


Towne Grill now serving healthy pub fare in Fort Worth

The restaurant is operated by Felipe Armenta and will feature a menu similar to The Tavern, another of his Fort Worth restaurants. While The Tavern serves elevated pub fare, Towne Grill features healthier, lighter options.

Hampton Inn & Suites celebrates one year in business as Keller's first hotel

The hotel features 110 rooms, a fitness center and event space that can accommodate up to 80 people, among other amenities.

Sleep Number now open in Fort Worth

Sleep Number stores sell beds and bedding that are tailored to individual's sleep needs.

Medicare Foundations now serving clients at Old Town Keller office

The team of independent brokers specializes in matching clients with Medicare plans from a variety of insurance companies, including United Healthcare, Humana and Aetna.

Gonzalez-Bryson Speech Therapy PLLC now providing bilingual speech therapy in Keller

Services include speech therapy, language therapy and the correction of muscle issues in the face and mouth that can affect speech.

Ketos Creative celebrates five years in Fort Worth

In addition to group and private classes in music and visual media, the company hosts a record label and provides an artist development program to help performers start their careers.

Kira Lovell contributed to this report.


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Tables, a counter, and product shelves at Tindahan ni Kuya
Restaurant and grocery store Tindahan ni Kuya now serving Filipino cuisine in Keller

The business offers both fresh-cooked dishes, packaged snacks and other grocery items from the Philippines.

Selfie WRLD Fort Worth also features a rentable party room. (Courtesy Selfie WRLD Sioux Falls)
Selfie WRLD interactive photography museum ready for close-ups in Fort Worth

The do-it-yourself photography studio features 18 interactive installations.

The entrance to The Learning Experience
Child care center The Learning Experience now open in Fort Worth

The center provides educational activities for children up to 5 years old.

Stumpy's Hatchet House offers ax throwing for groups of any size. (Courtesy Stumpy's Hatchet House)
Ax-throwing venue comes to Frisco; Plano ISD to offer back-to-school fair and more DFW-area news

Read the latest business and community news from the Dallas-Fort Worth area, including an Aug. 3 event Plano ISD is hosting to give away backpacks.

Tarrant County data shows that, as of July 28, 55% of residents age 12 and older have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine and 48% percent of those residents are fully vaccinated.(Courtesy Texas Children's Hospital)
As July draws to close, Tarrant County nears 550 COVID-19 hospitalizations

Tarrant County data shows that, as of July 28, 55% of residents age 12 and older have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, and 48% percent of those residents are fully vaccinated.

student writing on paper
Texas Legislature allows parents to opt for students to repeat grade levels or courses

Senate Bill 1697 is effective for the 2021-22 school year.

Oni Ramen plans to open a location in Richardson's CityLine development later this year. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Oni Ramen coming to Richardson; American-Italian restaurant Sfereco set to open in Lewisville and more DFW-area news

Read the latest business and community news from the Dallas-Fort Worth area, including a new bakery coming to McKinney.

On July 29, the city announced that it acquired 230 acres of parkland within the Painted Tree residential development. (Courtesy city of McKinney)
McKinney pays $23M for 230 acres of parkland in Painted Tree development

Athletic fields, recreational facilities and future community and economic development projects will be built upon the new land.

Mad for Chicken opened July 23 at 216 W. Virginia St., Ste. 102, in downtown McKinney. (Courtesy Mad for Chicken)
Mad for Chicken opens; work on container homes community begins and more top news from DFW

Read the most popular business and community news from the past week from the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

School supplies will be exempt from the 8.25% sales tax Aug. 6-8. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
What to know before the statewide tax-free weekend Aug. 6-8

Customers will not have to pay the standard 8.25% sales tax on select clothing, footwear, school supplies and backpacks under $100.

Dutch Bros Coffee opened a new drive-thru location July 26 in Plano. (Courtesy Dutch Bros Coffee)
Dutch Bros Coffee comes to Plano; meat market, butcher shop opens in Richardson and more DFW-area news

Read the latest business and community news from the Dallas-Fort Worth area, including a meat market and butcher shop that offers authentic Middle Eastern-style grilled meats that are halal and locally sourced.