The building will be used for after-service Sunday gatherings, small events and Sunday school.
The city received a bronze award for its fuel consumption reduction efforts.
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The lane reductions are due to a utility project happening as part of the Main Street Redevelopment.
The school provides high-quality, intensive English classes for international students.
Part-owners Greg Cooney and Dave Swiney said the restaurant provides Canyon Creek with a neighborhood date night venue.
The city's tree cycling program turns Christmas trees into mulch and compost.
The building is the latest to open in the $62 million Public Safety Campus, funded through the 2015 bond.
The apartments were initially expected to open this winter.
Texas ranked among the top 10 states in terms of traffic fatalities during Christmas, according to the study.
Several Richardson city services are on hiatus for Christmas and New Years.
The building will support additional doctors' offices.
Republicans and Democrats have filed for their respective primaries, which Texas voters will decide on March 3.
The Dallas-based restaurant is known for its authentic Mexican street tacos.
The group is tasked with weighing the pros and cons before making a recommendation to the board of trustees.
Both Dallas and Collin counties have seen an increase in the number of businesses offering in-home, nonmedical services.
The next bond proposition will likely go before voters in November 2021.
Area transit agencies have announced their altered schedules over the holiday season.
The barbecue restaurant also has a location at The Star in Frisco.
Residents age 65 and older make up nearly 15% of Richardson's population.
The expansion added two floors to the building and 50 beds, as well as more operating rooms and a seven-story parking garage.
Census data: The population of Richardson has grown by nearly 13,000 people over the past five years
Women now slighly outnumber men in Richardson, according to the 2018 data release.