151 Coffee in Plano reopens; Freedom Powersports McKinney relocates and more DFW-area news

151 Coffee reopened its Plano location Jan. 7 at 1151 Preston Road, Plano. (Courtesy 151 Coffee)
151 Coffee reopened its Plano location Jan. 7 at 1151 Preston Road, Plano. (Courtesy 151 Coffee)

151 Coffee reopened its Plano location Jan. 7 at 1151 Preston Road, Plano. (Courtesy 151 Coffee)

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Plano

151 Coffee in Plano reopens after months of renovations

151 Coffee reopened its Plano location Jan. 7 at 1151 Preston Road, Plano, per the shop's social media.

Pipe and Palette of Plano relocates, offers more space for creating



The move to The Shops at Willow Bend has opened Pipe and Palette up for more creating space, according to owner June Parker.

McKinney

Freedom Powersports McKinney moves north to new location

Freedom Powersports McKinney moved in December to a new location at 3850 N. Central Expressway, McKinney. The on- and off-road vehicle shop carries a large collection of motorcycles, ATVs, jet skis and boats.

Frisco

Pinspiration in Frisco now closed

Pinspiration, a local DIY crafting studio, closed its Frisco location at 6363 Dallas Parkway, Ste. 108, Frisco, sometime in November after being open for less than a year.

Clean Juice in west Frisco celebrates first anniversary

Clean Juice, located in west Frisco at 1612 FM 423, Ste. 200, Frisco, is celebrating its first anniversary this January. The shop sells all USDA-certified, organic, cold-pressed juices made daily as well as wraps, smoothies, protein shakes, acai bowls, salads, avocado toast and other health foods.

Lewisville-Flower Mound-Highland Village

Buckle selling casual wear in Highland Village after relocating in November

The Buckle location at the Shops at Highland Village relocated within the same property to 1700 Cottonwood Creek, Ste. 120, Highland Village. The retail store sells casual wear for men and women, including shoes, jeans and other clothing.

Eye Associates of Texas opens office in Flower Mound

Eye Associates of Texas opened Nov. 9 at 4900 Long Prairie Road, Ste. 400, Flower Mound. The office provides care for people with dry eyes, cataracts, LASIK surgery needs or a variety of other eye conditions.

Liesbeth Powers, Matt Payne, Francesca D’Annunzio and Daniel Houston contributed to this report.



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The store offers a variety of services, including shipping with FedEx, DHL and the U.S. Postal Service as well as notary public and mailbox rental. (Courtesy Nasa Post n Print)
Shipping and printing in Plano available at Nasa Post n Print

The store offers a variety of services, including shipping with FedEx, DHL and the U.S. Postal Service as well as notary public and mailbox rental.

Owner Jerry Kezhaya began working on cars in his high school shop class and started his company in the garage of his house in the early 1980s. (Community Impact staff)
The Auto Shop reaches 40 years of business in Plano

Owner Jerry Kezhaya began working on cars in his high school shop class and started his company in the garage of his house in the early 1980s.

A Layne's Chicken Fingers restaurant will open in Roanoke in 2021 at the site of the former Dairy Queen on US 377. (Courtesy Layne's Chicken Fingers)
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Members of the Clark High School cast of "Matilda" perform a portion of their upcoming production at the Martin Luther King Jr. tribute event in 2020. (Liesbeth Powers/Community Impact Newspaper)
Celebrations for Martin Luther King Jr. in Plano, Collin County continue virtually

A variety of virtual events will be held in Plano and Collin County on Jan. 16-22 to honor and celebrate Martin Luther King Jr.

The new 945 area code will be deployed Jan. 15 for the region that presently uses area codes 214, 469 and 972. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
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Mayor Harry LaRosiliere spoke of his continued vision for Plano at his last State of the City address, which he delivered via Zoom on Jan. 14. (Screenshot via Plano Chamber of Commerce)
Plano Mayor Harry LaRosiliere delivers final State of the City address

Mayor Harry LaRosiliere spoke of his continued vision for Plano at his last State of the City address, which he delivered via Zoom on Jan. 14.

Among the treats at Pistachio are wafers covered in milk chocolate with hazelnut. (Courtesy Pistachio)
Pistachio now offering specialty chocolates and goods in Plano

Pistachio opened its chocolate and goods store Dec. 20 at 4101 E. Park Blvd., Plano.

Burnt BBQ & Tacos' menu offers several different barbecue and taco options. (Courtesy Burnt BBQ & Tacos)
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The yarn boutique and lounge will offer a stock of yarn, hooks, apparel, toys and knitting needles. (Courtesy Stitches)
Stitches yarn boutique coming soon to downtown Plano

The yarn boutique and lounge, located at 1029 E. 15th St., will offer open knit and class time in its crafting lounge space as well as a stock of yarn, hooks, apparel, toys and knitting needles in its boutique space.

The 16 Plano residents reviewing the city’s comprehensive development plan began their work in January 2020, with an expected year's work ahead of them. (Liesbeth Powers/Community Impact Newspaper)
Plano Comprehensive Plan Review Committee receives tentative April deadline for end of discussions, funding

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Burnt Bbq & Tacos' menu offers several different barbecue and taco options. (Courtesy Burnt Bbq & Tacos)
Burnt BBQ & Tacos now open in Plano

The restaurant serves barbecue dishes, such as coffee ground-smoked brisket and roasted garlic pulled pork, as well as tacos, family meal kits and sides.

Changes to the Collin Creek Mall redevelopment's plans will create a more pedestrian-friendly space in the center of the development, as well as a view of the development from US 75, developers shared. (Rendering courtesy Centurion American)
Amended Collin Creek Mall redevelopment designs approved by Plano City Council

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