Read the latest business and community news form the Dallas-Fort Worth area.


Crumbl Cookies to open first Plano location

Crumbl Cookies offers a weekly rotating menu of fresh-baked cookies, such as Strawberry Poptart, Cosmic Brownie, Cinnamon Swirl and Muddy Buddy. Mainstays such as chilled sugar and chocolate chip are always available.


Yvonne's LaBelle Skin Spa relocates in McKinney

Yvonne Evans, a state-licensed master aesthetician, offers preventive and anti-aging services by appointment that aid individuals with rosacea, environmentally-damaged skin, acne and more.

Rates to increase for trash pickup in McKinney

For residents, waste collection rates will increase by $1.60, or 10%, per home. For businesses, collection rates will also increase by about 10%.


Grapevine nurse honored as one of DFW's top 100 nurses

Shirley Roberts is a clinic nurse manager for the Grapevine Relief and Community Services GRACE Community Clinic, a nonprofit that offers assistance to families and individuals in northeast Tarrant County struggling with low income or a recent emergency. She was selected from over 700 nominees.

Keller-Roanoke-Northeast Fort Worth

Infrared Mind and Body now open in Fort Worth

Infrared Mind and Body, which incorporates infrared light energy into sauna and facial treatments, opened April 1 at 3062 Texas Sage Trail in Alliance Town Center, Fort Worth.

Lewisville-Flower Mound-Highland Village

Zalat Pizza coming soon to Flower Mound

This pizza kitchen makes its dough in-house and is known for its wide range of specialty pies with unique ingredients, such as elote, Reuben and pho.

Blessed Hands by Ms. P, Peggy’s Fashion Closet open in Lewisville

Blessed Hands by Ms. P provides natural hairstyling and specializes in braids and extensions, which include human and synthetic hair, box braids, cornrows, twists and more. Clients can shop for clothes, shoes and accessories at the adjoining Peggy’s Fashion Closet during the appointment.


Richardson sets membership structure for newly renovated senior center

When the freshly renovated Richardson Senior Center reopens in June, nonresidents will be required to pay double the amount that residents purchasing new memberships will be charged.

William C. Wadsack, Miranda Jaimes, Sandra Sadek, Kira Lovell and Alex Copeland contributed to this report.