CVS Pharmacy closes store on Independence Parkway in Plano; Awesome Times to open in Highland Village this spring and more top DFW news

CVS Pharmacy closed its store at 1501 Independence Parkway in early January. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)
CVS Pharmacy closed its store at 1501 Independence Parkway in early January. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)

CVS Pharmacy closed its store at 1501 Independence Parkway in early January. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)

Read the top business news from the past week from the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

CVS Pharmacy closes store on Independence Parkway in Plano

CVS Pharmacy closed Jan. 8 at 1501 Independence Parkway, Plano. All prescriptions were transferred to the CVS Pharmacy at 4000 W. Spring Creek Parkway in Plano to ensure patients have uninterrupted access to service, according to a company spokesperson.

Cotton Patch Cafe in downtown Grapevine closes

This location was one of two Cotton Patch Cafe restaurants in Grapevine.


Target planning renovations at Plano location

According to the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation, renovations will include restrooms, fitting rooms, sales counters, the sales floor and more.

‘Live, work, eat, play’: McKinney increases entertainment options

McKinney is shifting from what developer Eric Seitz called a “bedroom, commuter” community to a hotspot for entertainment options, as several major projects are underway in 2022.

Awesome Times to open in Highland Village this spring

The family-friendly location will have a consistent menu with seasonal offerings. The base menu will include wings, sandwiches, teriyaki bowls and salads.

William C. Wadsack, Samantha Van Dyke, Erick Pirayesh, Brooklynn Cooper, Miranda Jaimes and Samantha Douty contributed to this report.