Gateway Ghost Tours explores Old Town Lewisville and more DFW news

Participants in Cindy Ross' ghost tours explore some of Lewisville's oldest historic buildings. (Photos courtesy Cindy Ross)
Participants in Cindy Ross' ghost tours explore some of Lewisville's oldest historic buildings. (Photos courtesy Cindy Ross)

Participants in Cindy Ross' ghost tours explore some of Lewisville's oldest historic buildings. (Photos courtesy Cindy Ross)

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Flower Mound woman leads tours of the paranormal in Old Town Lewisville

Throughout Old Town Lewisville, some of the city’s oldest buildings now house theater groups, coffee shops and other small businesses.

But in these time-tested places, Cindy Ross said, she sees more than the average person—and for the last seven years, she has asked others to explore them with her.



“When you have a lot of history, you have the paranormal,” Ross said.

Richardson

Street food restaurant Adda coming soon to Richardson

Adda expects to open in November in the Richardson Restaurant Park development, located at 744 S. Central Expressway, Richardson. The eatery will serve Indian and Pakistani street food with global influences, according to restaurant park developer Kirk Hermansen.

Asian Mint reopens Richardson dining room

Asian Mint reopened its Richardson dining room Oct. 5. The restaurant has been doing takeout, curbside pickup and delivery since it closed in March. Asian Mint offers "New Bangkok"-style cuisine made with fresh ingredients.

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Super Fort Wars now open in north Fort Worth

Super Fort Wars opened its doors to north Fort Worth residents in August, offering customers the ultimate fort building and Nerf war experience. Located at 10379 Alta Vista Road, Ste. 211, Fort Worth, the business has events for kids as young as 2 years old all the way up to teenagers and adults.

McKinney

The Garage offers gathering spot in downtown McKinney

The Garage in downtown McKinney started as an extra dining room for Spoons Café, but then, owner Karen Klassen decided to make it a cocktail bar to meet the demand for nightlife in the area.

Frisco

Abstrakt Studio expanding Legacy Drive salon in Frisco

Abstrakt Studio is expanding its salon at 4040 Legacy Drive, Ste. 101, Frisco; it will be completed in December. The salon offers haircut, hair coloring and hair extension services as well as hair products.

BeeHive Homes of Frisco completes expansion

BeeHive Homes of Frisco completed its expansion in September at 2660 Timber Ridge Drive, Frisco. The facility offers services for memory care and assisted living and has 11 other locations in Texas.

Daniel Houston, Olivia Lueckemeyer, Sandra Sadek, William C. Wadsack and Elizabeth Ucles contributed to this report.



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