12:00 am Jan.

Liquor stores continue to pop up in Colleyville

After losing business for the past three years, Atef Henary is bidding adieu to his car wash and Blimpie sandwich shop on Colleyville Boulevard. He is replacing them with a new liquor store, which he hopes will bring in better luck this year.

12:00 am Jan.

North Tarrant Express

A 13.5-mile project to nearly double capacity along the corridor, ease road congestion and improve traffic safety is expected to fix the area’s reputation.

12:00 am Jan.

Art in the Vine

Rebecca Winters wanted to be a drill team dance instructor, but the jobs were scarce. She tried math, but it was too hard. She studied art in college as a “fallback,” but it became her career.

12:00 am Jan.

The Designer’s Rack

Maybe you’ve seen Maggie Bucklew’s volunteers dressed in Escada, Fendi or Prada at chamber luncheons, fashion shows or local plays.

12:00 am Jan.

Little Orange Fish

When Amy Fisher was pregnant with her son, Will, she went shopping for baby clothes and furniture in Grapevine. But she didn’t find what she was looking for.

12:00 am Jan.

LBJ Express

The Lyndon B. Johnson Freeway opened in 1969 to accommodate an average of 180,000 vehicles daily. Now Texas Department of Transportation daily counts on I-635 hover around 270,000 as motorists travel between Grapevine and Dallas for work and play.

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