Plano Edition - April 2020

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VOLUME 6, ISSUE 7  APRIL 24MAY 21, 2020

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Local businesses nd ways to survive under COVID19 restrictions

BY LIESBETH POWERS & DANIEL HOUSTON

Half Shells has served as the neighborhood seafood joint at The Shops at Legacy for nearly 20 years. Co-founder Bill Bayne said he is determined to keep that role. “You got to put your money where your mouth is if you’re going

to claim to be a part of the neigh- borhood,” Bayne said. “We’re still living our com- mitment to be a good neighbor.” Given the

INSIDE For a timeline of events related to the coronavirus, see Page 18.

restrictions due to the coronavi- rus, the restaurant has adjusted its menu to oer only to-go- friendly foods. It cut back on sta and changed packaging for easy transport. Still, the restaurant is

JACQUELINGONZALEZ TAKES ORDERS OUT TO CARS FROMHALF SHELLS, ONE OF THE FEWPLACES OPENDAILYAT THE SHOPS AT LEGACY. ADAPTING TO CHANGE

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Alumni fromCitizens Police Academy create free delivery service

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