Construction of the campus is expected to begin this year.
With more than 550 members, Metroport Chamber encompasses Roanoke, Argyle, Justin, Haslet, Trophy Club and Westlake.
At Home with Shanel will close its Plano location Feb. 29 at 1717 E. Spring Creek Parkway, Ste. 192.
The new Plano Police Substation is expected to open in late April or early May at McDermott Road and Robinson Road.
The floral shop provides a variety of arrangements weekly and caters to weddings and special events.
The partnership allows Main Event marketing rights that will connect the brand with the Cowboys.
Park ’N Fly received Coppell City Council approval Dec. 10 to add a car wash to its car-parking service at 800 S. Royal Lane, Coppell.
The 2020 Plano ISD Diversity Celebration was the district's 33rd year of recognizing diversity in the district as a tribute to Martin Luther King Jr.
MOD Pizza offers custom pizzas with over 30 toppings.
Gilbert will mark 30 years with the chamber in March, a month before she retires.
The median Plano home price doubled between 2001 and 2017, while the city’s median household income grew by only 33% in that time
The Plano facility is specially designed for badminton and offers monthly memberships and classes for adults and children.
Chandeliers hang from the ceiling, and classic, Victorian-style statues, embellishments and decorations fill the coffeehouse while classic music plays from the speakers.
Dozens of new restaurants opened in 2019 in Plano.
NeoWell is expected to open by the end of January at 8200 Preston Road, Ste. 100, Plano.
Coppell Mayor Karen Hunt listed the city's recent work on city roads, water infrastructure updates and expanded trail networks as major accomplishments of 2019.
The Texas Department of State Health Services recently designated Baylor Scott & White Medical Center–Centennial as a Level III trauma center.
Northeast Fort Worth development AllianceTexas generates more than $7 billion for local economy in 2019
The 26,000-acre mixed-use development in Northeast Fort Worth generated an estimated economic impact of $7.31 billion in 2019.
Crush It Virtual Sports Lounge is projected to open in late February at 401 W. SH 114, Grapevine.
McKinney City Council Member La’Shadion Shemwell is suing the city in an effort to remain in his District 1 seat.
Artist Elizabeth Temple opened Crazy Horse Art Studio at 209 N. Dooley St., Grapevine, and began hosting events in November.
The facility is expected to be completed in January 2021.
Those who wish to vote in the primary must register by Feb. 3.
A Honda dealership is coming soon to Grapevine at 2301 William D. Tate Ave., Grapevine.
D1 Training officially opened Jan. 6 at 4906 Colleyville Blvd., Ste. 214, Colleyville.