Pottery Barn coming soon to Plano
The home furnishings chain offers furniture, bedding, kitchenware, lighting fixtures, window coverings, bath linens, wall decor and more. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
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John Guerrero, who co-owns The Latin Pig with his wife, Ana Costello, said he loves getting feedback from customers about the restaurant.
Considering challenges officials faced last year, Collin County’s bottom line is “extremely healthy,” an independent auditor told county commissioners at their April 19 meeting.
Thousands of doses of COVID-19 vaccines are sitting in Collin County freezers waiting to be claimed.
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Here is a list of some ongoing and upcoming events taking place in Plano and online over the next several weeks.
The restaurant serves sushi and pan-Asian cuisine, including sashimi, maki rolls and specialty dishes.
Contested races on the ballot include Plano mayor, four Plano City Council seats, four Plano ISD board of trustees races and three Collin College board of trustees races.
Over the last seven months, roughly 10 of every 30 residential eviction cases in the courtroom of Justice of the Peace Mike Missildine, whose Precinct 3 covers much of Plano, have been delayed due to the eviction moratorium. Those cases are now beginning to move forward, and without the hurdle of a moratorium, a slew of new cases are anticipated, he said.
As a luxury fashion house based in Florence, Italy, Gucci's product lines include handbags, clothing, footwear and accessories.
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The program, which began this week in San Marcos, gives Amazon and Whole Foods employees and contractors direct access to COVID-19 vaccinations.
The Texas Historical Commission executive committee unanimously approved plans to relocate the Confederate monument to its new home inside the Denton County Courthouse-on-the-Square Museum.