Future Frisco food hall to be ‘pandemic-proof’ and more top news from the DFW area

The food hall adjacent to the Frisco Fresh Market will open in early 2021. (Elizabeth Uclés/Community Impact Newspaper)
The food hall adjacent to the Frisco Fresh Market will open in early 2021. (Elizabeth Uclés/Community Impact Newspaper)

The food hall adjacent to the Frisco Fresh Market will open in early 2021. (Elizabeth Uclés/Community Impact Newspaper)

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Food hall coming to Frisco in 2021 set to be ‘pandemic-proof’

A new food hall coming to Frisco next year plans to enhance the Frisco Fresh Market development while also differentiating itself from other similar concepts in the area.

TxDOT releases 5 potential alignment options for US 380 in Denton County

The Texas Department of Transportation released a virtual public hearing Dec. 2 to discuss and receive public comments on its proposed US 380 project through Denton County from the Collin County line to I-35.



15 holiday events in and around Plano

Here are events in and around Plano celebrating Christmas, Hanukkah and the New Year.

BREAKING: Bar closures, tighter business restrictions triggered in North Texas by COVID-19 hospitalizations

Restaurants, bars and many other businesses in North Texas face heightened restrictions after the region exceeded the governor’s threshold for COVID-19 hospitalizations.

McKinney City Council appoints Chris Thornton to fill Shemwell vacancy

McKinney City Council agreed to appoint Chris Thornton, a lifelong McKinney resident and a local pastor, to be the interim District 1 council member.

Miranda Jaimes, Elizabeth Ucles, Liesbeth Powers and Daniel Houston contributed to this report.



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As part of President Joe Biden’s plan to reopen schools safely nationwide, the department’s National School Lunch Program Seamless Summer Option is being expanded beyond the summertime. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
USDA extends free school meals provision through 2021-22 school year

Schools nationwide will be able to serve nutritious meals to all students free of charge regardless of eligibility through June 30, 2022, officials announced.

Romeo's Pizza is looking to open in Frisco. (Courtesy Romeo's Pizza)
Romeo's Pizza to bring location to Frisco this summer

Romeo's Pizza offers handcrafted pies using fresh ingredients.

The new Frisco Public Library has already earned an award for its design. (Rendering courtesy Gensler)
GALLERY: Frisco holds groundbreaking ceremony for new public library

Mayor Jeff Cheney called the facility project the biggest Frisco has ever taken on.

The company also has plans for another location in Northeast Fort Worth. (Courtesy Starbucks)
Starbucks coming to Fort Worth; Makers Gym opens in Frisco and more DFW-area news

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Home Helpers Home Care is now open in Frisco. (Courtesy Fotolia)
Home Helpers Home Care opens in Frisco

The business offers a care program called Cared-4, which provides four necessary components to living independently.

Continued growth at Legacy West in Plano is helping to boost the local economy, according to the county’s 2020 comprehensive annual financial report. (Courtesy Legacy West)
Collin County finances healthy despite pandemic, report shows

Considering challenges officials faced last year, Collin County’s bottom line is “extremely healthy,” an independent auditor told county commissioners at their April 19 meeting.

vaccine vial
Looking to get a COVID-19 vaccine? Collin County has thousands of openings this week

Thousands of doses of COVID-19 vaccines are sitting in Collin County freezers waiting to be claimed.

The restaurant's menu focuses on chicken wings and sandwiches. (Courtesy Hoots Wings)
Hooters offshoot to open in Fort Worth; Oishii Sushi coming to Plano and more DFW-area news

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Makers Gym offers coworking amenities and studios for film, photography, music, podcasting and editing. (Rendering courtesy Makers Gym)
Makers Gym sets grand opening date in Frisco's Rail District

The business offers coworking spaces and amenities as well as studios for film, photography, music, podcasting and editing.

Early voting runs April 19-27 with the election on May 1. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)
Early voting opens for races on May 1 ballot in Frisco

Contested races on the ballot include two Frisco City Council races, one Frisco ISD board of trustees race and three Collin College board of trustees races.

A new bike shop is set to open in Frisco's Rail District. (Community Impact file photo)
New bike store Endur3Bikes to open in Frisco’s Rail District

The shop will offer adult and kids bikes, equipment and apparel as well as triathlete equipment.

Jim's Pizza is relocating to Eldorado Parkway. (Community Impact staff)
Jim's Pizza relocating in McKinney; Lucy's Lot closes in Grapevine and more top DFW-area news

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