Romeo's Pizza to bring location to Frisco this summer
Romeo's Pizza is looking to open in Frisco. (Courtesy Romeo's Pizza)
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The brother and sister said their goal is to build a yoga community where everyone can feel comfortable entering the studio, regardless of their abilities.
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Michael Morris, director of transportation with the North Central Texas Council of Governments, gave a virtual presentation during the council’s work session on transit needs for the city as well as the possibility of passenger rail service.
Frisco City Council members heard an update May 4 about the proposed rezoning for a 239-acre project known as The Link.
The development was delayed by about a year due to the hit the hotel industry took from the COVID-19 pandemic, but is moving forward now.
The restaurant is known for its locally sourced beef burgers and selection of local brews and Texas spirits.
The Offices Three at Frisco Station features 210,000 square feet of office space and is the third of five planned buildings for the office district.
Unofficial election results on May 1 show incumbent John Keating defeated challenger JP Schade by 75.8% to 24.2% in the Frisco City Council Place 1 race.
Unofficial election results on May 1 show Jennifer White, with 36.9% of votes, and Angelia Pelham, with 27.3% of votes, will face each other in a runoff election.
Unofficial election results on May 1 show incumbent René Archambault defeated challenger Evelyn Brooks by 58% to 42% in the Frisco ISD Place 7 race.
Unofficial election results on May 1 show the incumbent candidates defeated their challengers in the races for Collin College board of trustees seats.
Three incumbents face challengers vying for seats on the Collin College board of trustees in the May 1 election. Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.