Trinity Metro TEXRail parters with Grapevine's annual Main Street Fest to offer discounts to festivalgoers
Organizers with the 38th annual Main Street Fest: A Craft Brew Experience in Grapevine have partnered with Trinity Metro TEXRail to provide a hassle-free way to get to the event this weekend.
The restaurant serves brunch, lunch, dinner and unique cocktail options.
Units will be available in phases, with the first phase expected to be delivered in the first quarter of next year.
The city of Fort Worth is looking to capture more sports tourism dollars with a multiuse stadium and tournament complex with about 10 fields. Nothing has been finalized, as the city continues to study its options.
Genuine Smiles opened in Trophy Club on April 22 and offers a variety of dental services ranging from dental cleanings to cosmetic dentistry.
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2022 Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo generated 1.55M visitor days, $115M in direct spending, report shows
“2022 was an amazing year for the Fort Worth’s largest and oldest public event,” said Brad Barnes, president and general manager of the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo.
The restaurant offers authentic Italian and Romanian cuisine, including pizza, pasta and chicken dishes.
Anthony Pampillonia, chair of the Richardson Cultural Arts Commission, said the city expanded its reach to help fund 21 arts organizations during fiscal year 2021-22.
The Dallas Transportation Department is looking to standardize its approach in addressing traffic safety concerns of residents.
Here are several ongoing and upcoming transportation projects in Plano.
After tabling a decision to rezone property for development of 61 townhomes surrounded by already established single-family housing, Frisco City Council rejected the change in zoning to allow the project.
Plano ISD approves 4% raise, $1K stipend for teachers and 3% raise, $500 stipend for other employees
All qualifying Plano ISD employees will receive a pay increase for the 2022-23 school year as well as a retention stipend following approval of the employee compensation package by the district's board of trustees during its May 17 meeting.
The new school name was recommended by the school naming selection committee and approved by the trustees.
At its work session, Frisco City Council wanted to examine what it would take to build a 1,500-seat performance venue with the ability to expand that space to 1,700 seats in the future.
The Colleyville City Council voted Place 3 council member Kathy Wheat as the city’s new mayor pro tem after Bobby Lindamood was sworn in as mayor at a May 17 meeting.
The project is part of the year five flooring replacements that are funded by the 2017 bond.
McKinney’s first request for qualifications of this nature took place back in 2018, which led to the creation of The Independence community.
Alan Blaylock's term as the District 4 City Council member will expire in May 2023.
The mall shop officially opened May 14.
Regulators provided an update on grid operations following a weekend notice asking Texans to conserve their power usage.
It offers haircuts, stylings, coloring and makeup.
$350,000 renovations for Dunkin' on West University Drive, plus more upcoming commercial projects in Frisco
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Haircuts, shaves and spa services will be offered at the location. Customers can purchase various tiers of memberships online and schedule appointments.
The Third Texas location opens in west Frisco.