Park Wine & Spirits coming soon to Plano
Park Wine & Spirits is expected to open in mid-October. (Courtesy Park Wine & Spirits)
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New COVID-19 cases in Denton County continue to trend downward as vaccinations and herd immunity rise, said Dr. Matt Richardson, Denton County director of public health.
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During the Oct. 25 meeting, council members unanimously agreed that after further discussions and feedback from residents, they would keep the ordinance with a few possible amendments.
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The maps will go into effect Jan. 18, 2022, after the state legislature passed them during a 30-day special session.
The job fair is coming to local Texas Workforce Solutions offices, some of which are having early admission for veterans and their families.
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The restaurant plans to open at 11 a.m. on Oct. 29 and serves chicken tenders of varying degrees of hotness, fried chicken sliders, crinkle-cut fries and more.
Early voting for the Nov. 2 election is underway in Plano, where just under 2,000 people cast ballots at polling locations between Oct. 18-24, according to data from Collin County Elections Office.
To be eligible for the grant, students must be enrolled in pre-K through 12th grade in a Texas public school and served by a special education program.
Denton County has recorded 6,324 in-person ballots and 1,089 mail-in ballots during early voting for the Nov. 2 election.
The move comes after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention, and the Texas Department of State Health Services all authorized the booster shot for those who meet certain criteria and who originally received the Moderna vaccine.