Dumpster Diva Designs will be closing at its current location, located at 351B E. Louisiana St., McKinney, at the end of November. The store owners said the closing will be temporary while a new location is identified. A new location is expected to be announced after the new year. Dumpster Diva offers custom-built, refurbished and new furniture. Custom orders will still be available, according to the store. 469-450-6507. www.facebook.com/dumpsterdivasdesign
Dumpster Diva Designs closing current location, looking to relocate
Dumpster Diva Designs will be closing at its current location at the end of November. (courtesy Dumpster Diva Designs)
After five years in its current location, the McKinney Chamber of Commerce will relocate.
Community Garden Kitchen will celebrate the groundbreaking of its new location at 500 Throckmorton, McKinney, on Dec. 6 from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Construction to widen Redbud Boulevard from a two- to a four-lane roadway is expected to be finished in December.
This year, McKinney will mark its 39th annual Home for the Holiday Christmas celebration. The city expends time and effort to create community events around the holidays; however, it also receives an economic return on its investment.
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A dedicated group of senior adults gathers every Wednesday morning at McDonald’s at Hardin Boulevard and Eldorado Parkway in McKinney—not just for coffee and a sausage biscuit, but for a much greater mission.
As the number of senior adults nationwide and in the McKinney area continues to grow, so does demand for residential options.
McKinney City Council approved a rezoning request for a workforce housing complex near the southeast corner of Collin McKinney Parkway and Craig Drive.
Rockfish Seafood & Grill in McKinney has been around since the 2003. McKinney was one of the last locations to open for the company, which now has 10 restaurants in the Dallas and Houston areas.
Married couple Betty and James Anderson said they would both be in nursing homes without the help of Carroll Toombs, a caregiver with Aunt Mae’s Home Care.
Many McKinney-area public school students will start summer 2021 sooner as school districts shift to longer school days.
North Texas ranks No. 1 among eight regions in Texas for vaping-associated severe lung disease cases in 2019, according to state health data.