This Week's Hot Headlines
Dog-centric apartments fetch top spot in this week's 5 most-read Fort Worth stories
Editor's note: A lot happened this week, so here's your chance to get caught up. Read on for the week's most popular headlines. Looking for the best things to do this weekend? Find that list here.
1. Apartment community opens in Grapevine with extra love for the dogs. A new residential option in Dallas-Fort Worth is strictly for the dogs: Called Fidus Pet Concierge Communities, it's a garden-style apartment community with amenities specifically designed to meet the needs of dog owners.
2. 5 wealthy North Texas cities rake in spots among America's richest. Frisco may be the home base of the Dallas Cowboys, the richest team in the NFL, but it’s also home to some of the richest people in the country. A recent ranking from data provider HomeSnacks puts Frisco at No. 3 among the richest big cities in the U.S. Four other DFW cities made the top 50.
3. High-tech Dunkin' shop opens in Fort Worth with coffee drinks on tap. A new location of Dunkin', the New England coffee and doughnut chain, will open in Fort Worth with lots of new bells and whistles. Located at 7367 N. Beach St., the shop will be one of the chain's Next Generation models and will open mid-summer.
4. Fort Worth chef delivers Italian-American Love letter with new restaurant. Tim Love, Fort Worth's most prolific chef, has yet another new restaurant: Called Caterina's, it's an Italian-American place in the Fort Worth Stockyards' Mule Alley redevelopment at 128 E. Exchange Ave., #620, right between Melt Ice Creams and Cowtown Winery. It opened on July 27.
5. Woodsy East Texas ranch with ties to Von Erich wrestling family listed for $17 million. A large ranch for sale about 130 miles southeast of Fort Worth comes with its own animal kingdom, of sorts — 36 cows, six Quarter Horses, and one donkey. The more than 600-acre Hickory Wind Farm in Chandler is owned by an unidentified Dallas billionaire and his wife, and it has ties to the famed Von Erich wrestling family.