myHomedia now open in McKinney on Custer Road
myHomedia is now open in McKinney on Custer Road. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
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By Emily Davis
The classes emphasize socialization, positive reinforcement and education.
Keith Lewis, owner and founder of Tupps Brewery, said at the meeting that people he ran into would implore him not to get rid of the “vibe” that exists in the current location, and that he has reached out to residents on this side of the city to hear their input.
The teams will focus on reaching homebound individuals, long-term care facilities, businesses requesting vaccination for employees and other organizations.
The mural will be located on the Woodsmen of the World Building at 119 S. Tennessee St. in downtown McKinney.
NEW CDC GUIDANCE: All individuals should wear masks in K-12 schools, including those who are fully vaccinated
The new CDC guidance, announced July 27, also recommends people in areas with "high" or "substantial" levels of transmission wear masks regardless of vaccination status.
Mad for chicken now serving McKinney; La Casita Tacos y Pupusas coming to Richardson and more DFW-area news
Mad for Chicken, a Korean-inspired restaurant, serves soy-garlic fried chicken alongside pork belly strips, salads, kimchi fries, quesadillas and more.
When construction on the early childhood education center is complete, it will have 10 classrooms, an indoor gym with a rock wall and two outdoor playgrounds.
Soy-garlic fried chicken alongside pork belly strips, salads, kimchi fries, quesadillas and more are available.
A community party July 24 will highlight the more than $3.17 million invested in preserving and redeveloping McKinney's Cottonwood Park.
School zone established for Emerson High in Frisco ISD; 61% of residents in 3 Plano ZIP codes fully vaccinated, and more top news from DFW
Read the most popular business and community news from the past week from the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
Regulators: Texas electric grid prepared for potentially record-breaking demand next week; 'once-in-a-generation reforms' underway
The heads of the agencies in charge of the Texas electric grid met in Austin on July 22 to provide updates on their grid reform efforts.
Factors behind this market dynamic include a prepandemic interest in the Dallas-Fort Worth region that was exacerbated by the global health crisis.