Read the latest business and community news from the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
Tarrant County business owners react to reduced COVID-19 bar restrictions
Local bars and wineries in Tarrant County reopened at 50% capacity beginning Oct. 14.
Tarrant County opens new round of small-business grants Oct. 26
Round 2 of applications for Tarrant County's Small Business Assistance Grant has opened.
Woody B's BBQ shares family tradition with the Richardson community and beyond
The restaurant is not a typical dine-in establishment: Every menu item is vacuum-sealed and stored in a cooler from which guests can grab what they want and warm it up at home. This format helped the business when the pandemic-related shutdowns began in March.
Kasra Persian Cuisine reopens in Richardson
Kasra serves traditional Persian and Afghan cuisine; it also offers catering and hosts events in its on-site banquet hall.
Kahuna Chair now open in Colleyville
Kahuna Chair sells luxury massage chairs in Colleyville.
BAM Beauty Bar prepares to open second location at Legacy West in Plano
The luxury blowout and makeup bar uses high-quality products and tools as well as hypoallergenic, cruelty-free beauty products in a Parisian-inspired setting.
Nova Cesta Counseling relocates office in Plano
The new office includes a play therapy space and therapy rooms for adults and teens.
Lewisville-Flower Mound-Highland Village
Bae's Kitchen now serving burgers, cheesesteaks, milkshakes in Lewisville
The restaurant serves a variety of burgers, cheesesteaks, fried chicken, patty melts, beef tacos and other items.
Daniel Houston, Makenzie Plusnick, Liesbeth Powers, Olivia Lueckemeyer and Sandra Sadek contributed to this report.
Bar, winery owners in Tarrant County adapt to changing COVID-19 restrictions and more DFW-area news
Tarrant County Judge Glen Whitley announced bars, wineries and breweries could reopen at 50% capacity Oct. 14. (Sandra Sadek/Community Impact Newspaper)