No Place Like Home 

The eating-and-drinking situation in the Garland neighborhood just got interesting

On a recent Monday at noon, it was standing room only at the Garland Sandwich Shoppe. Every table was taken and most of the chairs were filled as owner Kristen Speller and her mother Kathy Fitchner hustled to fill orders. Everybody seemed…

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