CI TEXAS ROUNDUP: Hopes high as latest attractions arrive at The Star in Frisco; citywide boil water notice result of personnel failure at Austin Water plant and more top news
New restaurants and entertainment concepts will join existing restaurants such as Tupelo Honey around the main promenade where the Huddle sculpture is located, as pictured. Meanwhile, a new office tower is being built. (Matt Payne/Community Impact Newspaper)
Note: The following stories were published Feb. 4-5.
A new game plan: Hopes high as latest attractions arrive at The Star in Frisco
As the Dallas Cowboys wrap up their latest season, new tenants at the shopping and entertainment district surrounding its headquarters in Frisco are looking to score.
Investigation against RRISD superintendent latest example of controversy within district
Over the past year, the Round Rock ISD board of trustees has been the subject of numerous controversies that caused the district to make national headlines.
Plans for new $77 million multifamily development, Kohl’s department store: 10 commercial projects filed recently in Pflugerville
Stay in the loop about new businesses, restaurants and other local projects that are coming soon or currently underway in Pflugerville with this daily commercial project roundup.
UPDATED: Citywide boil water notice result of personnel failure at Austin Water plant
The Austin Water plant issue that led to a citywide boil water notice was the result of personnel "failing to follow required protocols and warnings," according to Mayor Pro Tem Alison Alter.
El Tiempo Cantina opens The Woodlands Market Street location
The Market Street opening marks the second El Tiempo location in The Woodlands.
Matt Payne, Brooke Sjoberg, Morgan O’Neal, Ally Bolender and Amy Denney contributed to this report.