Rock N' Ice House to serve rolled ice cream in Highland Village
Rock N' Ice House will open in Highland Village.
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By Sherelle Black |
The city of Lewisville will hold four public hearings to discuss the annexation of Castle Hills.
Western Days featured food, vendors and plenty of entertainment.
The at-home pet care service offers puppy check-in, dog walking, overnight care and more.
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2 Sistah's Gifts and More sells a variety of Afro-centric art and home decor.
The board of directors for the Denton County Transportation Authority voted unanimously Sept. 23 to move the service launch for Castle Hills up by two months.
The new GoZone on-demand rideshare service offered through the Denton County Transportation Authority has logged nearly 7,000 rides since its Sept. 7 launch.
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Chicken N Pickle venue coming to Grapevine; Tasty Tails rebrands as Chelle's Seafood Kitchen in Richardson and more DFW news
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With 59,000 square feet, this location will be the company's fifth in Texas.
Mixed-use project with townhomes, retail, restaurants and office space gets OK from Lewisville City Council
Lewisville City Council approved a zoning request Sept. 20 that paves the way for 18 townhomes and a commercial center to be built on vacant land.