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The acquisition will strengthen Compass’ title and escrow portfolio and enable further integration of the company’s brokerage and related services, according to a company release.
Residents who identify as white decreased by almost 13%, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
Collin College’s ability to offer more bachelor’s degrees will help address gaps in workforce training and offer a more affordable path to higher education for students.
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A fundraiser started by Communities Foundation of Texas connects donors with nonprofits in their area.
The Plano Planning and Zoning Commission said the car wash does not align with the Spring Creekwalk master plan and recommended council deny the zoning request, according to city documents.
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“For our students to be able to have a place this fine to display their talents is just a dream come true,” Plano ISD Superintendent Sara Bonser said.
Texas added nearly four million people between 2010 and 2020, according to the latest Census data.
According to the Black Rifle Coffee Company website, the new coffee shop will offer a full espresso bar, 15 different blends of coffee, outdoor seating, a drive-thru, and grab-and-go food options.
The group fitness studio offers high-energy boxing and kickboxing classes in a community setting.
Richardson, Plano residents asked to comment on plan that would pay some drivers to use HOV lanes on US 75
A pilot project in the corridor between I-635 and SH 121 will evaluate the effectiveness of allowing solo drivers to use the lanes while also providing an incentive to cars with more than one occupant, according to the North Central Texas Council of Governments.