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Storming Crab restaurant now open in McKinney

The restaurant offers Cajun boiled seafood that includes crawfish; shrimp; crab legs; and oysters with potatoes, corn and sausage. Storming Crab also has a full bar with handcrafted cocktails.

Wild Fork opens first Texas store in Frisco

The Frisco store is the first in Texas, and offers meat, including poultry and seafood, that is "blast frozen" at peak freshness.

Flower Mound increases homestead exemption for residents to 5%

The homestead exemption applies only to a person's primary residence and does not extend to apartment dwellers or commercial property owners.

Salad and Go sets opening date for first Richardson location

The drive-thru concept eatery will offer made-to-order salads, wraps, soups and drinks. The restaurant also offers breakfast items, such as organic cold brew and five different breakfast burritos.

Former Lewisville ISD natatorium to be demolished to make way for Flower Mound project

The town purchased the land from the district for an active park. Future plans could include building a cultural arts center with a performance theater there, according to a staff memo.

Miranda Jaimes, Matt Payne, Kaushiki Roy and William C. Wadsack contributed to this report.