BEYOND Pilates to open second Frisco location this fall
The boutique-style fitness studio will offer music-driven, 50-minute workouts on custom Pilates reformers. (Courtesy BEYOND Pilates)
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With vaccine distribution increasing, Gov. Greg Abbott said "people and businesses don't need the state telling them how to operate." Some local officials are pushing back, saying the relaxed restrictions are coming too early.
The wine bar and kitchen is known for its pizza, wine and patio in historic downtown Frisco.
Chido Taco Lounge is opening its doors in west Frisco.
Frisco ISD plans to begin replastering the Bruce Eubanks Natatorium starting March 8.
Frisco ISD’s board of trustees voted to give time and a half pay to employees who worked onsite during last month’s winter storms.
The city of Frisco’s COVID-19 vaccine site at Stonebriar Centre mall has begun pulling from the Collin County vaccine waitlist for appointments.
Work has officially begun on a new patient tower at Medical City Frisco.
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