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Real estate technology company Compass now serving clients from new Southlake office

Compass had a grand opening Oct. 17 for its new 13,500-square-foot office at 550 Reserve St., Ste. 650, …


New candy and soda retailer coming to Grapevine Main Street

Retro and novelty candy retailer Rocket Fizz will open a franchise on Grapevine Main Street, in the former …


Renovations at Walnut Grove Elementary in Southlake receive the green light

Walnut Grove Elementary School in Southlake will undergo renovations following a favorable second reading from the Southlake City Council on Oct. 15.



Frenchies Modern Nail Salon to offer all-natural nail care from Southlake location

Frenchies Modern Nail Salon, a natural nail care brand, is set to open Dec. 6 in Southlake Town Square at …


121 Community Church in Grapevine to celebrate 20th anniversary

On Oct. 20, 121 Community Church will hold its 20th-anniversary celebration in the church parking lot at 2701 …


Family-friendly hair salon comes to Colleyville

Uni-Versal Stylez opened in September at 4400 Colleyville Blvd., Ste. A, Colleyville. The hair salon offers …


Tarrant County College District seeks approval for $825M bond

In November, voters will consider an $825 million bond measure for Tarrant County College that will bring renovations and improvements to each of the college’s five campuses and its online school.



Tarrant County debuts new voting system ahead of November elections

Tarrant County voters headed to the polls this November will be using new voting machines that combine the ease of electronic ballots with the integrity of paper ballots.


Fewer homes under contract from August 2018 to August 2019 in Grapevine, Colleyville and Southlake and more market data

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Grapevine denies apartment project that would have displaced local mobile home tenants

The city of Grapevine decided against the closure of a mobile home park that would have displaced residents from one of the city’s few remaining pockets of affordable living.


2019 Higher Education Guide: Where Carroll ISD, Grapevine-Colleyville ISD graduates go to college

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Polling locations for November elections in Grapevine, Colleyville and Southlake

[caption id="attachment_446680" align="alignnone" width="460"] Registered voters in Tarrant County can …


Rockfish Seafood & Grill in Southlake serves fresh, popular seafood dishes across the area

Rockfish Seafood & Grill in Southlake has been around since the 1990s. Southlake was the third location for the company, which now has 10 restaurants in the Dallas and Houston areas.


CBD product store American Shaman now open in Southlake

Sam Patel opened American Shaman at 480 W. Southlake Blvd., Ste. 105, Southlake, on Sept. 14. The franchise …


7-Eleven to debut new location in Grapevine this year

A new 7-Eleven is being constructed at 3580 N. Grapevine Mills Blvd., Grapevine. In addition to selling fuel, …



Girligirl Boutique in Colleyville providing striking looks for last 15 years

Business owner Kim Strickland has always known what kinds of clothes she likes to wear, preferring her own style over popular trends.


CISD, GCISD ready as applying for federal financial aid to be required soon

The cost of college continues to increase, but too often, financial aid officials say, students fail to tap into existing resources, resulting in “money left on the table.”


ASK THE EDITOR: Can Texas residents still cast straight-ticket votes?

A bill signed by Gov. Greg Abbott will remove the option for Texans to cast a straight-party vote in elections.


A stroll down a haunted trail and 6 more things to do in October and November in Grapevine, Colleyville and Southlake

Fall weather is finally here. Here are seven ways to get outside and take part in local …



Southlake transportation update: Roundabout at Zena Rucker

On Aug. 20, the Southlake City Council approved a construction contract to begin work on a roundabout at Zena Rucker and Tower Boulevard. The goal of the project is to help improve mobility between Byron Nelson Parkway and South Carroll Avenue, according to a Southlake news release. In addition to the roundabout, crews will extend Zena Rucker so the road connects to Byron Nelson Parkway. The roundabout will be home to a public art piece called “Mockingbird Tree,” according to a city news release. Contractors anticipate starting utility work along the roundabout site, and construction should begin shortly after that.


Grapevine transportation update: SH 121/I-635 interchange widening

In September, NorthGate Construction crews completed the first demolition phase of the southbound SH 121 off-ramp to eastbound I-635. The remaining demolition work will take place in early 2020.  Crews have been switching traffic onto new pavement on northbound FM 2499 at I-635/SH 121 and the northbound FM 2499 frontage road at the corner of Cracker Barrel. This month, crews will switch traffic on the northbound SH 121 frontage road near Fellowship Church where traffic will be moved onto new pavement. Crews will also switch traffic at the southbound SH 121 frontage road off-ramp to the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. No bridge demolitions are scheduled for this month.


Colleyville transportation update: SH 26 phase 4

Vehicles will now be able to drive on new northbound pavement on the east side of SH 26 from Church Street north to John McCain Road. Construction continues on the new northbound lanes between Centerpark Drive and Pleasant Run Road and includes installations of driveways, sidewalks and lighting foundations. Crews have also begun work on the center medians from Church north to John McCain to remove temporary pavement and construct median curbs and left-turn lanes. In October, traffic will be switched onto new pavement from Centerpark to Church.


Grapevine transportation update: Nash Street and Berry Street reconstruction

The city of Grapevine approved this project to improve traffic mobility adjacent to the Aura Four44 apartment complex at the intersection of Nash and Berry streets. The project will also enhance connectivity in the area of the Dallas Road development and of nearby city facilities, such as The REC of Grapevine, the Grapevine Public Library and the Grapevine Convention Center, officials said. The connection between Nash and Berry has been inaccessible to vehicles as crews have worked to install utilities and storm drainage along the area. Recently, crews completed the last concrete pour at the drive to the REC and are on track to wrap up overall work.