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Dallas Bank of America to close in April

The Bank of America Dallas branch will close its doors on April 3.

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Friends pair unique ingredients in cheesy food cart

For lifelong friends Nicole Turner and Kymmie Mills, 2017 was time to cheese it up. Turner and Mills are co-owners of The Speak Cheezy food truck.

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Gallant living the dream

If there was one thing Brendon Gallant was sure would happen in his life it was owning a bicycle shop.

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Oh Christmas tree

Christmas trees, particularly the Noble fir variety, may be in short supply nationwide this year, but local tree farm operators say there should be plenty of trees to choose from this holiday season.

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‘Consignment’ offers a chance to buy and sell

It’s not every day that someone opens a new business and finds that they have more time to spend with family and friends.

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Treasures abound in Timeless Antiques

Dawn Lynn, vendors share love of old, repurposed things, interesting collections, and furniture

Step into the welcoming atmosphere of Timeless Antiques and More and it may be difficult to step out empty-handed.

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Cooper takes hobby to new level

Darrell Cooper quit bowling for a decade following a shoulder injury that affected his ability to play one of his favorite sports.

New business comes to Dallas

Jiffy Lube, Love Love Teriyaki to fill some town vacancies

Two additions to the Dallas business landscape are in the construction or remodeling phase, and a third in is negotiations with the city.

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Mecanico, city establish mortgage agreement

After months of discussion, the local watering hole’s fate decided by council

The property at 87 N. Main St., Independence has had a number of businesses on its soil over the years: a one-pump gas station, an auto shop and, most recently, a pub and barbecue.

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A taste of Greece

It doesn’t matter how you pronounce it, Pete Kalogeras at Greece Lightning is happy to serve it up.

Council grants extension to Lind

INDEPENDENCE — Matthew Lind returned to the city council on Tuesday with an offer which was slightly altered from the one he had negotiated with the city staff: the same principle amount down, but with one year to pay of the remainder rather than six months.

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Anytime Fitness flexes muscles at new downtown location

Michael Davis hasn’t gotten a lot of sleep lately.

Business notes

Business notes for Sept. 6

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Economic director sees Dallas’ ‘potential’

AJ Foscoli, Dallas’ Economic Development Director, believes the next year or so has a lot in store for Dallas.

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Rickreall Dairy earns ‘sustainability’ award

Louie Kazemier’s efforts to care for the environment weren’t always so appreciated.