The neighborhood parade was a chance to give families some socially-distant fun while promoting their shops and stores.

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Keller Businesses Parade Through Neighborhoods To Remind Community 'We're Open'The neighborhood parade was a chance to give families some socially-distant fun while promoting their shops and stores.
Parklets To Pop Up In Downtown Mansfield For Business Owners Struggling During Coronavirus PandemicDowntown Mansfield, Inc. said they cost $6,000 each and the nonprofit will need to come up with more funding for future parklets.
Some North Texas Business Owners Having To Change Business Models To Stay Afloat During PandemicBefore cases started spiking, the father-son duo behind Texas AVL used to produce around 200 events a year, but for now business has come to a halt.
North Texas Restaurants Struggling During PandemicCoronavirus order restrictions are keeping customer count down and many still aren't ready to return to dining in restaurants.
Some DFW Bars To Put Liquor License On The Line By Defying State Shutdown Order On SaturdayDespite a bar shutdown order by Gov. Greg Abbott due to the COVID-19 pandemic, several North Texas bars plan to open on Saturday.
State Fair Of Texas' Cancelation Big Blow To Businesses That Depend On It For IncomeThe State Fair estimates it creates about 7,000 seasonal jobs every fall.
Mask Supporters Say Mandate Was Long OverdueThe new statewide mask mandate changes nothing at Cedar Hill's U Need Nails salon.
Dallas County Fireworks Shop Owner Says Canceled Shows Brought Booming Sales“If I didn’t have my mask on, you could see the big smile on my face right now,” said John Palmer, owner of Palmer Fireworks in Dallas County.
Gov. Greg Abbott's Order To Close Bars 'Inadvertently' Shut Down 1,500 Texas RestaurantsAccording to the Texas Restaurant Association, the closure of these restaurants has put 35,000 employees out of work.
A Look At Mask Mandates In North TexasMultiple mask mandates went into effect this week for customers and staff in businesses.
McKinney Businesses Welcome Mask Mandate, Brace For Unhappy Customers“If I had a dollar for every business that said, ‘Please, please mandate masks,” said McKinney Mayor George Fuller.
Bar Owners Fear Impact Of Latest Texas Coronavirus Shutdown: 'This Will Be A Pretty Massive Hit'It was just five weeks ago bars were allowed to reopen and celebrated the return of customers.
Face Covering Order Goes Into Effect For Tarrant County Friday EveningComparing them to wearing football helmets and cowboy hats, signs about face mask requirements started appearing early Friday in store windows across Fort Worth.
Texas Bar Owners Lament Latest Closures Due To COVID-19 Surge: 'A Lot Of People Won't Make It Through Round 2'Bars across Texas were required to shut down at noon on Friday, under an order issued by Governor Greg Abbott.
Beloved Dallas Diner Chain Helps Give Homeless Children Something To Celebrate... Their Own BirthdaysNorma's Cafe supports The Birthday Party Project, which throws parties and creates smiles for homeless children around the country.
Coronavirus Takes Devastating Toll On Minority CommunititesNew research out suggests a disproportionate economic toll as well.
Dallas Restaurateur Working to Build Customer Confidence, Get Business Back On Track During PandemicWe all know that COVID-19 is not going anywhere and we will experience as an industry a long-term effect from it,” said Brandon Luke who owns three Dallas restaurants.
Texas Restaurants Now Allowed To Open At 75% Capacity"Phase III" of Texas' reopening plan during the coronavirus pandemic continues Friday, with restaurants being able to further increase their occupancy levels.
$100K Donated To Black-Owned Boutique Hit By Looters In Deep EllumIn just three days, people ​from all over the world donated $100,000 ​to the cleanup effort.
Dallas Business Owners Not Taking Any More Chances After Weekend LootingMany businesses have boarded up windows as a precaution.
Black-Owned Businesses Among Those Damaged By Vandals During Protests"A riot is a cry for help, so a lot of time, when you won't listen to our cries, people will make you listen to your cries." said business owner Wes Williams.
Fort Worth Offering $10M In Grants To Small Businesses Impacted By Coronavirus PandemicAn infusion of needed cash is now available to more small businesses in Fort Worth.
Dallas Restaurants, Bars Compete With Wet Weather, Coronavirus Concerns, Limited Capacity Memorial Day WeekendHeavy rain dampened some expectations, pushing some spots like The Rustic to pivot.
Dallas Restaurants Open At 50% Capacity For Memorial Day WeekendWet weather, coupled with coronavirus concerns, affected some establishments more than others.

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