*Massage, acupuncture businesses join forces*Call center makes list for fastest growing company*MINET board discusses code of conduct, bylaws
The grocery store turned convenience store, located at the corner of Oak and Main streets in Dallas, closed at the end of July.
*Shine & Sparkle Cleaning to expand service*White's Collision to open new location
*Independence Station on the market*Dallas Yoga moving to new location
Lucky Halcom and Robert Coe were going nonstop on a recent Thursday afternoon.
Blue Garden’s sign is gone, but downtown Dallas history buffs shouldn’t fret. It will back — restored — soon.
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Some health products will be offered at Some Things, others will be available for special orders
Unless a sales offer comes in at the last minute, Dallas Health & Vitality Center on Oak Street will close its doors at the end of this month.
Reed got his start working in or for bowling alleys, coincidently, at Starlite Lanes.
*Rosevear honored with top awards*Chamber moves down the street*Money available for organic certification
Salon owner McCarthy enjoys more traffic at new location
Platinum Spa and Salon owner Debbie McCarthy has transformed the small building into a cozy salon, moving her business from Court Street downtown.
*Business start-up workshop slated*Coffee business opens on Hwy 22
At The Gym Bar and Grill, a “bench press” is not something to work your upper body muscles, but rather a specialty drink.
The two most popular cable television packages — the expanded package and the digital package — each will see increases of less than $10 a month.
*Tree growers named to new board*My Mom's Basement is expanding*Dallas doctor set to close practice*Senior living center hosting event