Check out business and community news from March from across the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
PGA of America headquarters in Frisco reaches construction midpoint
Crews have reached the midpoint of construction on the new corporate headquarters for the PGA of America in Frisco. The building will promote the PGA’s mission to combine state-of-the-art education facilities and a world-class workplace.
Colleyville City Council recommends 13 transportation projects for county bond
Colleyville City Council voted March 23 to recommend 13 transportation projects for Tarrant County’s November 2021 bond program. According to the county, the objective of the bond program is to improve traveling conditions as the county’s population grows.
Keller-Roanoke-Northeast Fort Worth
New Starbucks coming soon to north Fort Worth
A new Starbucks location will open this fall in Fort Worth at 8520 N. Beach St., Fort Worth. The Seattle-based coffee company is known for its espresso drinks and also serves pastries, snacks and sandwiches.
Lewisville-Flower Mound-Highland Village
End in sight for construction on Main, Mill streets in Old Town Lewisville
Crews are wrapping up landscaping and streetscaping on three major stretches of road in Old Town Lewisville as the Main and Mill project comes to a close. Work is now expected to be completed in late April after February storms delayed parts of the project.
McKinney ISD to hold 2021 graduations in person at Allen Event Center
McKinney ISD will hold three separate graduation ceremonies for its high school graduates at the Allen Event Center in late May. Currently, MISD plans to follow the district’s current mask policy during each graduation ceremony.
H-E-B bringing stores to Frisco, Plano in first foray into northern Dallas suburbs
The popular grocery chain H-E-B announced plans March 26 to expand into the North Texas suburbs. The company is expected to begin construction in the summer on two new H-E-B locations, one in Frisco and the other in Plano.
Richardson ISD to allow elementary students to remove masks during recess, PE classes
Richardson ISD plans to allow in-person elementary school students to remove their masks during recess and outdoor physical education classes beginning March 22. The district plans to continue tracking case data and the number of employees who have been vaccinated.
Daniel Houston, Kira Lovell, Miranda Jaimes and William C. Wadsack contributed to this report.
Changes to Richardson ISD mask policy, expansion plans for H-E-B and more DFW-area news from March
Check out business and community news from March from across the Dallas-Fort Worth area. (Nicholas Cicale/Community Impact Newspaper)