Delucca Gaucho Pizza & Wine opens in Plano and more DFW news

The neighborhood pizzeria uses wood-fired ovens to make its pizza. (Courtesy Delucca Gaucho Pizza & Wine)
The neighborhood pizzeria uses wood-fired ovens to make its pizza. (Courtesy Delucca Gaucho Pizza & Wine)

The neighborhood pizzeria uses wood-fired ovens to make its pizza. (Courtesy Delucca Gaucho Pizza & Wine)

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Delucca Gaucho Pizza & Wine now open in Plano

Delucca Gaucho Pizza & Wine opened in mid-October at 8420 Preston Road, Ste. 100, Plano. The neighborhood pizzeria uses wood-fired ovens to make its pizza. It also offers an extensive wine, beer and cocktail list.

Owner’s harrowing story underscores genesis of Indian restaurant Desi Ginger in Plano

Ashok “Jerry” Barot cheated death twice before opening Desi Ginger in Plano in 2019. So when the coronavirus pandemic upended the restaurant industry in March, he said, he felt prepared to take on the challenge.

Paintball and airsoft store Giant Party Sports will host grand opening event in Plano

Giant Party Sports will host a grand opening event Nov. 6 at 6101 K. Ave., Ste. 110, Plano. The paintball and airsoft store will give the first 50 players through the door a free annual field pass to Giant Party Sports Paintball & Airsoft Park in Allen.


Optimum Wellness Solutions moves to new Richardson location

Optimum Wellness Solutions moved its chiropractic office about one mile east this summer to 1750 N. Collins Blvd., Ste. 101B, Richardson. The office had been in its previous location for close to seven years, according to an online announcement.

DFW China Town in Richardson to host hybrid food festival, drive-in movie event

DFW China Town is teaming up with the team behind Brizo’s CarBaret and the Asian Film Festival of Dallas to host the inaugural Drive-In Night Market, which will also include a screening of “Karate Kid.”

Divine Headboards moves to Richardson

Divine Headboards relocated from Irving to Richardson in August. The custom-design headboards and beds store now operates out of its new location at 904 Business Parkway, Richardson.

Richardson boutique Lone Chimney Mercantile features eclectic mix of art and gifts

What started as a space to manage inventory for landmark photographer Annie Holland has grown into Richardson’s Lone Chimney Mercantile. And the growth is not stopping there, she said.

Nonprofit organization Richardson Woman's Club prepares to hold first-ever virtual auction

When the pandemic took hold in March, Richardson Woman’s Club had to quickly rethink how it would generate the thousands of dollars it has historically given back to the local community.

Keller-Roanoke-Northeast Fort Worth

Brightway Insurance virtually opens Fort Worth location; office space to come

Brightway Insurance virtually opened The Tyson Rochelle Agency in October to customers in Fort Worth. The agency specializes in home, condo, renters, flood, personal articles, auto, RV, motorcycle, boat, umbrella and life insurance policies from a variety of brands.

Lewisville-Flower Mound-Highland Village

Handel's Homemade Ice Cream now serving scoops in Flower Mound

Handel’s Homemade Ice Cream & Yogurt on Nov. 2 opened a new location in Flower Mound that serves a variety of frozen treats near the intersection of Cross Timbers and Long Prairie roads.

Liesbeth Powers, Olivia Lueckemeyer, Sandra Sadek and Daniel Houston contributed to this report.


Fat Shack coming soon to Plano

Fat Shack is known for its signature Fat Sandwiches and late-night hours.

Walk-On's is opening in McKinney in 2022. (Courtesy Walk-Ons Sports Bistreaux & Bar)
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Crumbl Cookies offers over 120 rotating cookie flavors. (Courtesy Crumbl Cookies)
Crumbl Cookies to open in Plano; McKinney trash pickup rates to rise and more DFW-area news

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Salad and Go food.
Drive-thru eatery Salad and Go now open in Plano

The drive-thru concept eatery offers made-to-order salads, wraps, soups and drinks.

Student walking into school.
Plano ISD to receive $43M in federal COVID-19 relief funding

“These additional funds will be a tremendous help in facilitating a comprehensive, long-term approach to support students and staff affected by the pandemic,” Plano ISD Chief Operating Officer Theresa Williams said.

Frankford Middle School.
Plano ISD to partner with Dallas for park at Frankford Middle School

Plano ISD will not contribute any funds toward the park, but will be able to reserve it for the district's exclusive use.

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.

Vitality Dental marks fifth anniversary in Plano

Dr. Andrew Kung and his staff began offering dental services in Plano in May 2016.

Plano voters had plenty of choices to make May 1. (Jack Flagler/Community Impact Newspaper)
May 1 election wrap up: Plano ballot was busy for city, ISD voters

Ballot has mix of city, school and bond for Plano voters

The Plano City Council dais will feature new council members and John Muns as mayor. (Community Impact Newspaper file photo)
Plano’s new mayor John Muns ready to hit the ground running

New mayor and his family have served Plano community for years.

Plano voters approved all six of the city's bond propositions, elected a mayor, council members and Plano ISD board members. (Rebecca Anderson/Community Impact Newspaper)
Plano numbers shine for a spring election with a heavy ballot of issues

The city’s choices of mayor, council members, a $231 million bond issue and Plano ISD board members likely drove the numbers for city residents.

Early voting location.
Tyra, Powell, Humphrey, Chambers win Plano ISD board of trustees races

Election day results from May 1 show Lauren Tyra won the Plano ISD board of trustees Place 1 race and incumbents Angela Powell, Nancy Humphrey and Jeri Chambers won the races for Places 2, 3 and 6, respectively.