Take a look at the top five trending stories across Community Impact Newspaper’s coverage areas in Texas as of Feb. 17.

Note: The following stories were published Feb. 15-16.

Dallas-Fort Worth

Longtime Lewisville business prepares for future in new location in Old Town

In 1978, when Mike Johnson was a senior in high school, his parents, Gayle and Glenda Johnson, opened Johnson Feed Company.

Mike helped a bit at the store, but then he was off to pursue a degree in animal science at Texas A&M University. After graduation, he began a decades-long career in the pharmacy benefits industry. In 2015, his dad asked him to take over the feed store.

Central Texas

New Round Rock Tesla service center expected to be operational by March

A Tesla service center is expected to be operational in Round Rock by March, according to city staff.

Parent company of Schlitterbahn’s New Braunfels and Galveston locations rejects SeaWorld takeover bid

Cedar Fair, the Ohio-based parent company of the New Braunfels and Galveston locations of Schlitterbahn, announced Feb. 16 that they rejected a bid by SeaWorld to buy out the company.

Cava coming to Georgetown

The restaurant will replace Zoe's Kitchen, which closed in November 2021.

Greater Houston

League City Kelley's completely destroyed by fire

Country restaurant Kelley’s, located at 1502 W. Main St., League City, is closed after being completely destroyed by a fire Feb. 14.

Karen Chaney, Brooke Sjoberg, Jake Magee, Eric Weilbacher and Hunter Terrell contributed to this report.