Richardson Mercantile changes name, under new ownership
Cottonwood Market houses over 300 vendors. (Courtesy Cottonwood Market)
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With vaccine distribution increasing, Gov. Greg Abbott said "people and businesses don't need the state telling them how to operate." Some local officials are pushing back, saying the relaxed restrictions are coming too early.
New Richardson police team aims to curtail local mental health crises through proactive intervention
The recently launched Crisis Intervention Team is a partnership with Methodist Richardson Medical Center.
Approval of three relief avenues will cost the city approximately $490,000, Deputy City Manager Don Magner said.
TEA implemented a hold-harmless guarantee for the first semester of the 2020-21 school year, which ensured that districts would receive their anticipated funding regardless of changes to attendance or enrollment. But TEA had not applied the guarantee to the spring semester as of Feb. 23.
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The work being done includes upgrades to its interior and drive-thru enhancements to improve efficiency, a company representative said.
Harvest Hall now open in Grapevine, new dining options in Fort Worth and more DFW news from February
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Collin County’s declaration of local disaster in response to COVID-19 was rescinded Feb. 26 by Judge Chris Hill.
After a recent decline in new coronavirus cases in Dallas County, officials expect the case counts to rise again in the coming days as testing facilities have reopened following winter storm closures from being without power last week.
Hooks Vacuums has long been a familiar sight for those driving down Main Street in Richardson.
DART to save millions on Silver Line project following approval of refinanced loan from U.S. Department of Transportation
The $908 million loan was approved by the U.S. Department of Transportation's Build America Bureau in 2018, according to a Feb. 25 news release.
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