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Main Street evolution picks up speed

Development on historic Main Street in Grapevine shifted into high gear over the last six months as plans for new construction surfaced, a much-debated convenience store was approved and an old icon planned a big facelift.

Updated 5:55 pm April 27, 2015 CDT

Cities plan for change at the top

With more than half the City of Southlake’s top management eligible for retirement either now or in the next five years, leaders have made succession planning a priority for 2013.

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Lilium Floral Designs

A leap of faith was required to start a contemporary floral design shop in a former bank building in Colleyville during a recession, Lisa Pritchett says.

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Brian Stebbins

Brian Stebbins’ legacy reaches beyond creation of Southlake Town Square, the thriving retail and residential district that gave the city of Southlake a downtown of its own, says the business partner who worked alongside him for 25 years.

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The Blue Shoe Project

It started with four old bluesmen up on the stage one night at the Palace Theater in Grapevine, telling their stories and singing the blues.

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Holiday no-lane-closure planned

Grapevine area holiday shoppers can relax a little: The DFW Connector project plans to have no lane closures during the holidays, and Main Street northbound and southbound lanes should be in their final traffic patterns by Thanksgiving.

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Work on 114 at 170 largely done

A project building six new lanes on a 1.6-mile stretch of Hwy. 114 toward Westlake is 80 percent complete and ahead of schedule, a Texas Department of Transportation official said.