Read the most popular business and community news from the past week from the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
Winter weather causes closures, slick roads across Keller, Roanoke, Fort Worth, Trophy Club and Westlake
The winter storm that hit North Texas caused a number of city and town facility closures, delayed services and roadway concerns across Keller, Roanoke, Fort Worth, Trophy Club and Westlake.
Rummel, Shipman heading to runoff election for Frisco City Council Place 5
Laura Rummel and Tracie Reveal Shipman will compete in a runoff election on March 26 after neither candidate accumulated at least 50% of votes in the Jan. 29 special election for Frisco City Council Place 5.
Dallas-Fort Worth winter storm brings hazardous road conditions, school closures and limited services
The National Weather Service forecasted a high temperature of 26 degrees Fahrenheit in DFW on Feb. 3 with below-freezing temperatures continuing through Feb. 5.
Denton County, Lewisville, Flower Mound, Highland Village officials prepare for inclement weather
See how county and local city officials prepared for this week’s winter conditions.
Awesome Times to open in Highland Village this spring
The family-friendly location will have a consistent menu with seasonal offerings. The base menu will include wings, sandwiches, teriyaki bowls and salads.
Bailey Lewis, Matt Payne, Samantha Van Dyke and Samantha Douty contributed to this report.
Winter weather causes closures, slick roads across Dallas-Fort Worth; Awesome Times to open in Highland Village this spring and more top DFW news
Because of the winter weather, cities and towns such as Keller, Roanoke, Fort Worth, Trophy Club and Westlake have had to close various facilities and delay services. (Samantha Van Dyke/Community Impact Newspaper)