With walls painted in its signature baby blue and brown, NV Cupcakes opened its Denton location Thursday at 118 E. McKinney St.
Ngoc Nguyen opened at 11 a.m., and the shop’s first customer explored the new place.
The 1,400-square-foot location previously housed Noles General Store.
Nguyen opened NV Cupcakes in Corinth in 2010 with her sister, Van.
The sisters will run both of their stores, but they now have help from two interns from Lake Dallas High School, who work two days a week at the Corinth location.
The new shop off the Square has a dining area where customers can enjoy their cupcakes.
Nguyen said additional decorations are still coming.
“All we had was very small, but it would be nice to have a mural on our wall,” she said.
The store will be open Tuesdays through Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. or until cupcakes are sold out for the day.
For more information, call 817-229-3031.
A couple of eateries will be part of Sterling Fry Street, which will open later this year.
On Tuesday, officials with the development announced three additions to the multistory complex at Fry and Hickory streets. Chipotle Mexican Grill, MacDaddy’s Macaroni & Cheese Bar and Grip Mediterranean Grill have committed to the new development.
The city of Denton issued the following certificates of occupancy in April:
• Advance Company Group, fabricating and welding, 3511 Shelby Lane
• ASAP Diesel Repair, LLC, mechanic shop, 1129 Fort Worth Drive
• Bonnie Green Apartments, apartment complex, 101 S. Bonnie Brae St.
• Dr. Sridhar Iyer, medical office, 2625 Scripture St., No. 102
• Metro Musicians Hub, music store, 1809 N. Elm St.
• Tealstone Residential Concrete Inc., warehouse/office, 2612 Sirius Drive
• Tex’s Tubs Drum Co., retail sales/service, 505 Fort Worth Drive
The Denton Chamber of Commerce had a ribbon-cutting May 10 for Acadian Ambulance Service.
Porter Taylor, vice president of operations, said during the event that the company’s mission and goals in North Texas were simple –– to stay in town and grow as a company.
Acadian has served the North Texas area since December, when it acquired NorthStar EMS.
For more information, visit http://acadian.com .
Lily of the Desert selected Denton’s Swash Labs as its agency of record for all advertising, brand positioning and strategy initiatives.
Jack Brown, vice president of sales and marketing for Lily of the Desert, said in a news release that Swash Labs was selected because it understood the company’s commitment to excellence as well as the company’s philosophy.
This week, Scott Brown Group announced Neil Bertrand was named vice president of its multifamily division.
Bertrand will lead the growth and operations of the division, assess the viability of asset acquisitions and promote its growth through a third party fee management, according to a news release.
The Scott Brown Group is located at 1400 Dallas Drive.
For more information, call 940-243-7368.
Jonathon Fite, managing partner for KMF Investments in Denton, was recently inducted into the Arkansas Academy of Industrial Engineering at the University of Arkansas.
Fite is the co-founder of KMF Investments and a guest lecturer at various engineering and business schools. He is also a monthly columnist for the Denton Business Chronicle.
The Argyle Chamber of Commerce will have its monthly luncheon at noon Wednesday at Mi Sueno Tex-Mex, 2648 FM407, Suite 150, in Bartonville.
For more information, call 940-464-9990.
On Thursday, representatives from Chrysler and Classic Chrysler Dodge Jeep will join parents and teachers to host a Drive for the Kids fundraiser in support of Woodrow Wilson Elementary School, 1306 E. Windsor Drive.
Parents and guests ages 18 and older who have a driver’s license can earn a $10 contribution for the school by taking a brief test drive in the company’s 2012 Chrysler Town & Country from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. during the school’s field day.
For more information, call 940-498-9800.
The Texas Energy Star Sales Tax Holiday will take place over Memorial Day weekend.
Products qualifying for the exemption include air conditioners priced at $6,000 or less, refrigerators priced at $2,000 or less, ceiling fans, incandescent and fluorescent light bulbs, dishwashers, dehumidifiers, clothes washers and programmable thermostats.
Products must include the Energy Star label to qualify. Because most dryers use similar amounts of energy, Energy Star does not label clothes dryers.
For complete rules, visit tinyurl.com/peqkay .
KARINA RAMÍREZ can be reached at 940-566-6878. Her e-mail address is email@example.com .