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Southern Chapel Vintage Market Where French and Farmhouse Styles Meet

Jodie Linton-Prickett | February 7, 2018 | Business

One of my favorite landmarks in the 380 Corridor is the little white chapel, which sits adoringly on 5101 F.M. 424 in Crossroads. This lovely example of architecture built in 1900, operated as a traditional place of worship and a cowboy church until recently. Now, it is a delightfully artistic store housing Southern Chapel Vintage Market, LLC, where savvy southern style has a French twist. This theme is echoed through every aspect of this serendipitous locale. One would never know what treasures are waiting inside by simply driving by, because in order to preserve the historical value, very li...[read more]

Schlotzsky’s Bakery Cafe and Cinnabon Come to Crossroads

Jim Manning | July 10, 2016 | Cross Roads

With the sweet smell of cinnamon in the air, Schlotzsky’s was welcomed to the area by the Aubrey 380 Area Aubrey Chamber of Commerce with a ribbon cutting and plaque presentation. Franchise owners, Tapas Mondal and Muneem Rahman are looking forward to bringing their fine products to the area. They are located at 11650, suite 400, highway 380, in front of Walmart in Cross Roads, Texas....[read more]


Celebrate Schlotzsky’s Grand Opening

380news | June 10, 2016 | Cross Roads

Thursday, June 16th is the grand opening of the Schlotzsky’s-Cinnabon restaurant at Cross Roads, on US HWY 380 in front of Walmart in Cross Roads. Doors open at 10 a.m. and the first 100 people 18 and older to purchase a six-pack of Cinnabon will get a free Schlotzsky’s The Original sandwich each week for a year (no more than one giveaway per family). We’ll have a prize wheel with fun prizes and we are going to be there to greet people throughout the day. The day will be full of fun, games, prizes and more, so don’t miss out. Schlotzsky’s first store was opened in 1971 in Austin, TX....[read more]

Naylor Road Improvements

Teddi Lee | March 8, 2016 | Cross Roads

CROSS ROADS, TX – The Town of Cross Roads and Denton County have entered into a funding partnership to make major improvements along Naylor Rd. Planning has been underway for several years in an effort to complete the improvements prior to the northern portion of FM 720 undergoing construction. Naylor Rd. is already the most traveled non-TXDOT road in the Town of Cross Roads and with the growth anticipated in our region, we know that it will continue to be a vital path to town. The six-month engineering portion was completed in December of 2015 and the construction portion has gone out f...[read more]

Honey Dental Embraces Modern Technology

380news | December 9, 2014 | Cross Roads

Honey Dental is a new private dental office opening on US 380 in front of Walmart in Cross Roads, Texas. Honey Dental embraces the possibilities and advantages that modern technology can bring to the comfort and quality of patient care in dentistry. Dr. Santilli, the owner dentist of Honey Dental, is committed to bring excellent quality dentistry and service to the 380 corridor. Her priorities are safety, health, comfort, and happiness of all her patients as well as her dream dental team. Dr. Santilli is vigilant about using the best quality dental materials that do not have any mercury or BPA...[read more]

Meet Dr. Cavazos at Cross Roads Women’s Health

380news | August 1, 2014 | Cross Roads

Dr. Olga Cortez is pleased to welcome new physician, Dr. Leora Cavazos, to Cross Roads Women’s Health! Dr. Cavazos completed her residency at Methodist Health System in Dallas, where she was also Chief Resident. After receiving her undergraduate degree from Stanford University, Dr. Cavazos earned her medical degree at the University of Texas at Southwestern in Dallas. She will offer a wide range of obstetric and gynecologic healthcare services for women of all ages, including gynecological surgeries. Dr. Cavazos will start seeing patients August 4th. At Cross Roads Women’s Health, their mi...[read more]

Don’t Mess With Texas Trash-Off

Deborah Goin | April 1, 2014 | Aubrey

This year the cities of Aubrey, Cross Roads and Krugerville joined together for the Don’t Mess With Texas TrashOff. There were a total of 150 volunteers for all three cities; Aubrey, 81; Cross Roads, 50; and Krugerville 19. The following teams for each city: Most Trash Collected/ Aubrey The “A” Team; Cross Roads Tony Russo; Krugerville Trey Wilthers. Team With Most Volunteers / Aubrey – Goin Families Team with 24 volunteers; Krugerville – Wilthers Team / six volunteers. Veteran Picker / Aubrey – Gary Hammett; Cross Roads – Cecil Drake; Krugerville – Virgil Green Rookie Picker /...[read more]

Cross Roads Professional Building

380news | April 1, 2014 | Cross Roads

Cross Roads, and the 380 Corridor is anticipating the much needed office space located at 8700 US Highway 380. The developers are using rip rock with wide mortar and exposed outside beams. Not only will this keep the vision of the City of Cross Roads, but it makes for a very attractive complex for the area. Cross Roads has an old Texas country theme, so the developers are doing an exciting combination of old mission style and contemporary. Some of the space is already reserved for medical but there is about 10,000 square feet of professional space available for lease or purchase. It is an exci...[read more]

Elements Nursery Works with Cross Roads

Wendy Boyles | February 1, 2014 | Cross Roads

Elements Nursery is working with The Town of Cross Roads to replace and plant trees in the residential section of the Village at Cross Roads. Homeowners were given the opportunity to choose trees from a menu of Live Oak, Red Oak, Burr Oak, Chinquapin Oak, Mexican White Oak, Cedar Elm, and Drake Elm. The homeowners were able to select trees from the listed categories in any denomination up to six trees per household. The trees where ordered and delivered to Elements Nursery in 65 gallon containers. The homeowners were given vouchers to claim the trees and Elements Nursery planted them in the sp...[read more]

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