Savage Studio now open in Keller Town Square
The photography studio is located at 251 Town Center Lane, Ste. 2105, Keller. (Courtesy Alycia Savage)
By Bailey Lewis
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Chief operating partner Bill Curci said what sets Shuck Me apart from other seafood restaurants is its authenticity.
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Effective Jan. 1, Dr. Karen Duncan will assume the role of president and CEO of JPS Health Network.
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