Pinto Urban Thai Diner opens in Richardson's Northside development at University of Texas at Dallas
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“As we head back to school for in-person learning, these events will connect many of our families with valuable resources in addition to supplies to begin the school year,” RISD Superintendent Jeannie Stone said.
The teams will focus on reaching homebound individuals, long-term care facilities, businesses requesting vaccination for employees and other organizations.
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The restaurant serves a range of classic Central American dishes, including pupusas, a traditional Salvadorian corncake filled with beans and cheese or meat.
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Industrial Pizza + Brew offers unique, gourmet-style, thin-crust pizzas made with only fresh, local ingredients.
For 17 years, his company was called Tile Land, but in early 2020, the company rebranded and became TL Remodeling.
Investigation into alleged use of ticket quotas by Richardson Police Department finds no evidence of illegal activity
RPD's Chief Gary Tittle announced various changes to the department’s policies in hopes of creating consistent guidelines and expectations for officers.
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Findings of investigation into alleged use of police ticket quotas the subject of July 22 special council meeting
The investigation is the result of an accusation against the Richardson Police Department by officers who claim they are forced to meet citation and arrest quotas.