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COVID-19 has drastically changed most people’s daily routines. From online classes to restaurant and bar closures, campus life has never looked quite like this. 

If you’re wondering which of your favorite Norman restaurants are open for business, check out this list of COVID-19 operating hours. 

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Apple Tree Chocolate

The Apple Tree Chocolate shop on Campus Corner May 20.




Apple Tree Chocolate

You can pop in and get a caramel apple from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Thursday and from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday, or from noon to 8 p.m. Sunday.

Hurts Donuts 

Hurts is still serving up its creative donut delicacies, but no longer 24/7. The Norman location is open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday, 7 a.m. to 12 a.m. Friday and Saturday and closed Monday and Tuesday.

O’Connell’s Irish Pub & Grille 

O’Conns is open for

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A growing North Texas flooring contractor is making plans for a new headquarters in Carrollton.

Pennington Commercial has been in business for five years and has outgrown its current location on Hutton Drive in Carrollton.

The building will be almost 40,000 square feet and will be located at 2052 McKenzie Drive near Valwood Parkway.

Designed by Blackbird Studio Architects, the project will include office, showroom and warehouse space.

Construction is set to start on the project next month, said Pennington CEO Jackie Pennington.

“I’ve been working on it for more than year,” Pennington said. “We are out of room.

“We have another warehouse in Irving.”

She said the new headquarters will have a library and resource center for contractors, designers and other industry professionals.

“It’s going to be like a WeWork for commercial contractors,” Pennington said. “It’s the first time anything like this has been done in the state of

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A plan to develop additional University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee buildings at Wauwatosa’s Innovation Campus is being dropped in favor of a privately developed business park. (Photo: Angela Peterson, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)

A plan to develop University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee research buildings in Wauwatosa would be replaced by a privately developed business park under a proposal endorsed Monday by county officials.

Development firm Irgens Partners LLC wants to buy from a UWM affiliate about 29 acres at the Innovation Campus site, east of I-41 and north of West Watertown Plank Road. The firm would pay $5.25 million for the land.

Irgens Partners has conceptual plans to develop a pair of four-story, 140,000-square foot buildings, a two-story, 50,000-square-foot building, a single-level parking structure and a possible future building.

UWM’s original plans for Innovation Campus, approved in 2009, envisioned a new College of Engineering and Applied Science Campus, and other developments. An

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  • Google submitted its proposal this month for a new campus near its headquarters in Mountain View, California. 
  • The new campus, called Middlefield Park, would span a 40-acre site and include public amenities like parks and sports field, retail space, restaurants, and affordable housing. 
  • Google wants the town-like campus to be walkable and bikeable, with all the amenities and services within a 10-minute walk for residents.
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

Google hopes to build a new, town-like campus near its Silicon Valley headquarters. 

The company this month unveiled its proposal for Middlefield Park, a revamped 40-acre site in the city of Mountain View, California, where Google’s main headquarters is currently based. The plan includes a parks network, retail space, office space, and even a public pool and sports field. 

The tech giant also plans to add as many as 1,850 residential units, and the company says 20% of

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(Bloomberg) — Corporate travelers, typically back on the move after Labor Day, are still hunkered down at home, with little telling when they’ll start seeing clients again or if the embrace of video conferencing will end the need to get on the road at all.

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It’s a chilling prospect for the hotel industry, which leans heavily on corporate travel departments to fill rooms at full rates. Still, some are banking on a big future for business travel.

CitizenM, a Dutch lodging brand backed by Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund, is moving ahead with plans to open its tech-forward boutique hotels across the U.S. It’s a bet that remote work will actually increase the need for employers to bring scattered staff together.

“The world is a different place now, but the demand generators we would have had pre-pandemic have only gotten bigger,” citizenM managing director Ernest Lee said in an

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(Bloomberg) — Corporate travelers, typically back on the move after Labor Day, are still hunkered down at home, with little telling when they’ll start seeing clients again or if the embrace of video conferencing will end the need to get on the road at all.

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It’s a chilling prospect for the hotel industry, which leans heavily on corporate travel departments to fill rooms at full rates. Still, some are banking on a big future for business travel.

CitizenM, a Dutch lodging brand backed by Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund, is moving ahead with plans to open its tech-forward boutique hotels across the U.S. It’s a bet that remote work will actually increase the need for employers to bring scattered staff together.

“The world is a different place now, but the demand generators we would have had pre-pandemic have only gotten bigger,” citizenM managing director Ernest Lee said in an

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CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, Ohio — After further negotiations, the Cleveland Heights-University Heights library officials have reached preliminary agreement with their tenants at the embattled Coventry PEACE Campus.

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“On Monday (Aug. 31) CPC President Deanna Bremer Fisher signed a Letter of Intent created by Heights Libraries that outlines the primary business terms and conditions under which the Library will lease the building to the CPC,” a Tuesday news release from the Heights Libraries stated.

The details of a new lease will be now worked out over the next few weeks, and must be signed by the CPC by Sept. 30, the release added.

That lease will begin Oct. 1 and be good for one year, at which time it may be converted to a longer-term lease, provided the CPC is in good standing and has fulfilled the lease requirements.

Under the new terms, beginning next month, the CPC will pay

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