Note: The following stories were published between Sept. 20-21.
Round Rock ISD board to consider censuring of trustees, mask matrix on Sept. 22
"Several Board members have requested that the censure of trustees Bone and Weston be added to a board agenda," board President Amy Weir said in a statement to Community Impact Newspaper.
Wayback Burgers to open Leander restaurant
This will be the company's 13th locally owned franchise in Texas and brings 30 new jobs, according to the release. The company also plans to open a Cedar Park restaurant in 2022.
New Caney ISD officials address allegations regarding student with a gun at on-campus event
“Since Saturday night, there has been a continuous stream of allegations of what exactly happened at the homecoming dance, and the overwhelming majority of that information that has been shared online is filled with inaccuracies and only continues to be a disruption to the students, staff and families at Porter High School,” Superintendent Matt Calvert said.
Frisco raises water, sewer, solid waste rates
The rate increases are necessary to meet debt service payments related to the Panther Creek and Stewart Creek wastewater treatment plants, according to Treasury Manager Brett Peterson.
Mixed-use development proposed for Haggard-owned farmland in Plano
According to city documents, more than 100 people responded to the zoning case in opposition of the request. A group of Plano residents attended the meeting to ask the commission to deny the proposal.
Brooke Sjoberg, Wesley Gardner, Taylor Girtman, Matt Payne and Erick Pirayesh contributed to this report.