Lewisville, Flower Mound and Highland Village fared better than the state, with average home sales closer to 20% lower in May 2020 than in May the year prior.
On July 3, the county recorded 152 new cases of COVID-19, the most confirmed cases in a single day since Denton County began tracking the virus in March.
Gov. Greg Abbott waived the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness, or STAAR, testing requirements in March of earlier this year in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Denton County Public Health reported the death of a Frisco man in his 40s as a result of COVID-19 on July 10.
Q&A: Baylor College of Medicine's Dr. David Corry discusses immunity, vaccine production amid COVID-19 pandemic
Rapid development and distribution of a vaccine worldwide and successful achievement of herd immunity will be key players in determining the lifespan of the COVID-19 pandemic, said Dr. David Corry, a professor of Medicine in the Immunology, Allergy and Rheumatology Section at Baylor College of Medicine.
On average, homes in this area are on the market for about two months.
Thousands of cases have been confirmed in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, but insufficient testing capacity and the prevalence of asymptomatic carriers mean scientists have an incomplete picture of the virus’s impact on the region.
State announces partnership for increased COVID-19 testing for patients, staff at assisted-living facilities, nursing homes
These test sites will help the state work toward the goal of processing up to 100,000 tests in the first month.
The restaurant was going to offer an upstairs lounge and live music, and provide a mix of Southern and Asian dishes, such as Cajun gumbo and Vietnamese pho, crawfish mac and cheese, and American fare staples.
Lewisville, Highland Village and Flower Mound residents are still filing unemployment claims, but the rate of filed claims is slowing down compared to a month ago, according to Texas Workforce Commission data.
Frisco plans to spray for mosquitoes July 11-12 near Cottonwood Creek Greenbelt after a fourth local mosquito pool tested positive for West Nile Virus.
The business has another location on Hillcrest Road in Dallas.
Keller city officials announced July 8 that a portion of the city’s trail system will close for a roughly two-month period.
According to Tarrant County election officials, as of July 9, 57,534 county residents cast ballots in the first nine days of early voting.
“All housing demand is driven by job growth and population growth. The Dallas [area] has enjoyed a pretty, strong job growth market for the last decade. But [now] that’s reversed,” said Matt Enzler, senior managing director for Trammell Crow Residential.
If an employee of a business or restaurant tests positive for COVID-19, establishments are encouraged, but not required, to follow Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and state guidelines.
The 2020 show will mark the event’s 13th anniversary.
Dr. Nicholas Walker will offer cosmetic procedures for the face and body.
Riverwalk Chapel creates bridge to next phase of Flower Mound's Riverwalk at Central Park Development
The 210-person chapel and similarly sized event hall will provide a flexible space for weddings as well as rotary clubs, churches and other organizations in town, manager Michael Hallford said.
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Draft policy: Plano ISD to require masks, take other health measures if students return to campuses in fall
The policies, while subject to change, represent the fullest picture yet of what a return to classrooms could look like if Plano ISD schools are able to reopen in the fall.
Crews are making pavement and sidewalk repairs on two stretches of Coit Road.
If an employee tests positive for COVID-19, establishments are encouraged, but not required, to follow Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and state guidelines.
The community build for Highland Village's Kids Kastle is delayed once again due to the coronavirus pandemic, this time until 2021.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott expanded the restrictions that initially required only hospitals in Bexar, Dallas, Harris, and Travis counties to postpone all non-medically necessary surgeries and procedures that are unrelated to COVID-19.