Frisco drivers will notice paving in the center median between US 75 and Coit Road.
McKinney had 10 new cases of the coronavirus reported on May 29.
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Frisco officials said they would be increasing surveillance efforts citywide and treating areas of stagnant water along Hickory Street near Oakbrook Park with larvicide.
As of May 29, there have been 397 confirmed cases of coronavirus across the six Plano ZIP codes in both Collin and Denton counties, according to health officials.
Of the 175 total cases that have been reported in Frisco, 106 are from Collin County, and 69 are from Denton County.
The Texas Department of State Health Services will perform all COVID-19 case investigations and contact tracing for Collin County following a vote by Collin County Commissioners Court on May 29.
While restaurants are allowed to operate at 50% capacity, wedding venues in McKinney and throughout Texas are restricted to the initial 25% occupancy Abbott announced at the start of May due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Plano has promoted a 31-year veteran of its police force to serve as assistant police chief.
Two months into the coronavirus pandemic, around half of patients at Kids’ World Pediatrics have rescheduled their appointments, according to the clinic’s two physicians.
Collin College is offering student grants and tuition credit to students who have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic and the college's shift to online courses.
Construction is not expected to affect existing traffic in the surrounding area.
With the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, people are slow in returning to their doctors.
As of the end of April, Medicare patients can now receive care at Methodist Southlake Hospital.
T-Johnny’s Cajun & Seafood Market expects to open in early June at 5409 Colleyville Blvd., Colleyville.
The $2 million projected is expected to wrap up in December.
The American Red Cross has roughly 1,300 blood donation appointments in North Texas that need to be filled through June 15.
Primary care providers in Lewisville, Flower Mound Highland Village adapt, urge patients to continue routine checkups
Local health professionals said more patients have started putting off preventive health care for fear of being exposed to the coronavirus—a trend some doctors believe is likely to cause more harm than good.
Businesses in Keller, Roanoke and North Fort Worth are taking advantage of less restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Roanoke city officials announced May 22 that the farmers market will be moved to a new location within the Roanoke City Hall plaza.
Medical City Alliance is the first and only hospital in North Fort Worth with a trauma Level III classification.
Richardson ISD opts for online summer school, offers credit recovery classes for high school students
RISD announced May 22 it would hold virtual summer school for qualifying students, despite statewide orders allowing districts to offer in-person classes.
The YMCA of Metropolitan Dallas on May 28 announced the phased reopening plans as it laid out a number of precautions that the organization will take to protect against the spread of the coronavirus.
Tarrant County Public Health reported that the county has seen an increase of 491 new COVID-19 cases since May 21.