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Chido Taco Lounge coming to Frisco in February

Chido Taco Lounge is coming to Frisco in February 2021 at 6959 Lebanon Rd. #123.

Belle Haven Interiors to open at The Shops at Starwood in Frisco

Belle Haven Interiors is expected to open its doors at The Shops at Starwood in Frisco.

New study captures a changing Collin County and Frisco

The findings indicate that the pandemic will only continue to widen the need already evident in Collin County, said Ann Beeson, who was CEO of Every Texan when the report was released.

Here's what small businesses should know about the second round of the Paycheck Protection Program

A second round of the Paycheck Protection Program has been approved by Congress and aims to continue distributing financial relief to small businesses. Here is everything you need to know about the second round of the loan program.

North Texas lawmakers outline priorities ahead of 87th legislative session

Richardson Chamber of Commerce hosted state Sen. Angela Paxton and state Reps. Jeff Leach, Ana-Maria Ramos and Angie Chen Button at a Dec. 14 virtual event.

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott addresses COVID-19 vaccine, economic effects

The governor explained what Texas has learned from the pandemic and how that will affect legislative priorities.

Frisco’s first Asian retail center draws visitors, new brands

A first-of-its-kind Asian retail center in Frisco is attracting unique brands and is expected to draw visitors from both in and outside of the city.

DATA: Household income, uninsured rate increase in DFW

The latest data release from the 2018 American Community Survey shows that population is not the only thing  increasing in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

Frisco's 2019-20 budget adds 4 new employees, keeps tax rate steady

The city of Frisco's 2019-20 budget includes the addition of four new police officers and a steady tax rate.

Denton County approves lowest tax rate in more than 30 years

Denton County's adopted fiscal year 2019-20 budget includes the lowest tax rate the county has levied since 1986.

Frisco proposes adding fewer new employees in light of projected revenue restrictions

Frisco’s population continues to increase at a steady pace, but the growth in the number of city employees is slowing this year.

Frisco leverages data to shape future development

Frisco has results from the second year of a three-year study that tracks where visitors spend their time in town and where residents go when they venture beyond the city limits.

Texas shoppers to save millions during tax-free weekend, Aug. 9-11

Editor's note: This post has been updated to clarify the 8.25% sales tax charge refers to the state and local charges.

Gov. Greg Abbott signs bill designed to limit property tax growth

By Riane Roldan and Shannon Najmabadi , The Texas Tribune

Frisco gets legislative approval to create tourism public improvement district

The 86th Texas Legislature gave the city of Frisco the go ahead to create a tourism public improvement district, which is expected to attract more visitors to the city.

Texas shoppers pay no sales tax on emergency preparedness supplies this weekend, April 27-29

As hurricane season approaches in Texas, state Comptroller Glenn Hegar announced a statewide sales tax holiday this weekend, April 27-29, on emergency preparedness supplies.

Frisco shows resilience despite recent national retail closures

A large “Store Closing” sign droops in front of Payless ShoeSource at the Centre at Preston Ridge, one of Frisco’s largest shopping centers along Gaylord Parkway. The windows are plastered with “Going out of Business”˜signs.

Tourism district could bring more visitors into the city

The city of Frisco wants to create a new public improvement district that would attract more tourism to the city. To do this, the city will need the Texas Legislature to approve the district in the upcoming session that begins Jan. 8.

Frisco ranks No. 1 as Money's best place to live

Money, published by Time, Inc., has ranked Frisco as No. 1 in its annual list of Best Places to Live .

Badminton, brewpubs and bonds: 4 highlights from the Aug. 21 Frisco City Council meeting

Along with approving the sale of Park25 to bring the Dallas Cowboys merchandising center to the city, Frisco City Council discussed items that affect businesses, residents and athletes.

Frisco industrial park sale to Jerry Jones' Blue Star Land includes plans for Dallas Cowboys merchandising center

A 400,000-square-foot Dallas Cowboys Merchandising Distribution and Sales Center is coming to Frisco.

Jerry Jones' Blue Star Land seeks to buy Frisco Park25 for Dallas Cowboys merchandising center

The Frisco Community Development Corp., the Frisco Economic Development Corp. and Frisco City Council will vote Tuesday on an agreement for Blue Star Land to buy the 216-acre industrial park known as Frisco Park25.

Frisco-based Jamba Juice to be acquired by Focus Brands Inc.

Frisco-based Jamba Juice has entered into an agreement to be acquired by Atlanta-based Focus Brands Inc., according to a press release issued by the companies Aug. 2.