Keller | Roanoke | Northeast Fort Worth
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City of Fort Worth extends COVID-19 mask mandate

Fort Worth City Council voted unanimously Dec. 1 to extend the city’s COVID-19 mandate for face coverings until March 2, 2021.


Keller | Roanoke | Northeast Fort Worth
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Center Stage project passes development hurdle in Keller

Keller City Council approved Phase I of the plan for the mixed-use development along Hwy. 377.


Frisco

Frisco approves names for 3 neighborhood parks, 2 connected trails

Frisco City Council approved names for three neighborhood parks and two city trails during its Dec. 1 meeting.



Lewisville | Flower Mound | Highland Village

October market data: Homes sell quickly in Lewisville, Flower Mound, Highland Village

The average home in Lewisville sold after 25 days on the market, down from 36 days the same time last year.


Plano

Tracking COVID-19 in Plano: Where cases, hospitalizations stand after Thanksgiving

Hospitals in Collin and Denton counties continued to see elevated levels of coronavirus patients following the Thanksgiving holiday.


Richardson

Early-education school The Learning Experience is now open in Richardson

The 10,000-square-foot facility includes 10 classrooms with indoor and outdoor play areas for students ages 6 weeks to 6 years.


Richardson

Richardson ISD launches rapid COVID-19 testing program

Symptomatic students and staff members can now get tested at school.



McKinney

McKinney City Council appoints Chris Thornton to fill Shemwell vacancy

At the start of the meeting, Mayor George Fuller said residents of McKinney’s east side were engaged in the discussion of who should fill the District 1 seat.


Grapevine | Colleyville | Southlake

Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board launches campaign to boost college enrollment

The decline in college enrollment across the state of Texas has prompted several agencies to partner up and create online resources for students and counselors.


Frisco

Frisco ISD to install blue strobe lights as security enhancement

Upon the request of campus administrators, Frisco ISD is planning to spend approximately $822,000 to install blue strobe lights on each district campus to visually alert students and faculty in lockdown situations.


McKinney

Spoon + Fork Thai Kitchen offering Asian fusion in McKinney

Formerly known as Silk Road Thai Cuisine, the Asian fusion restaurant offers a selection of Thai curries and entrees, as well as a full bar.



Lewisville | Flower Mound | Highland Village

North Texas hovers above key COVID-19 hospitalization threshold as further restrictions loom

North Texas businesses could face additional restrictions—including the closure of some bars—if area hospitals do not see a reversal in the number of COVID-19 patients within a matter of days.


Plano

Knife Steakhouse, Knife Burger reopen at The Shops at Willow Bend in Plano

Knife Steakhouse is now open for dinner with a newly remodeled dining room and patio.


Richardson

Chipotle Mexican Grill opens location with drive-thru in Richardson

A Dec. 2 fundraiser from 4-8 p.m. will support Berkner High School by raising money for student technology fees and school supplies.


Frisco

Meals on Wheels expects to serve 300K meals in Collin County this year

Meals on Wheels Collin County is on pace to provide 300,000 meals this year to nearly 2,000 seniors.



Richardson

Local firefighter serves up one-of-a-kind flavors at Tongue in Cheek Ice Cream in Richardson

The business offers 24 flavors ranging from traditional, such as chocolate and vanilla, to unique, such as Banana Cream Pie and Caramel Crack.


Grapevine | Colleyville | Southlake

FBI shares safety tips against online scams

Ahead of a busy online shopping season, the FBI reminds customers of potential frauds and scams.


McKinney

New health clinic to serve McKinney's uninsured population

The Family Health Center at Virginia Parkway is preparing to open a new, larger facility near downtown McKinney to provide primary care services in underserved areas and to patients who are uninsured and underinsured.


McKinney

Habitat for Humanity of Collin County navigates through coronavirus to help local families

Some members of the McKinney community have continued to help out in a big way, said Doug Fair, the nonprofit’s philanthropy manager.



McKinney

Foxiis Restaurant & Grill owner builds McKinney sports bar with variety of dishes

Once Ruiz realized he had the knowledge and interest in running a restaurant, he decided he would pursue it.


Frisco

Food hall coming to Frisco in 2021 set to be ‘pandemic-proof’

Frisco Mayor Jeff Cheney said the project will be “a big win for the city” and that it will tie the downtown, Frisco Square and The Rail District areas into one large entertainment district.


Plano

15 holiday events in and around Plano

Here are events in and around Plano celebrating Christmas, Hanukkah and the New Year.


McKinney

The Gym McKinney aims to help people of all abilities find their strength

Judge has been employed in gyms for more than 40 years, starting out as a trainer.



McKinney

Inside info: What to know about Visit McKinney

Learn more about Visit McKinney and how its services benefit the city.


Plano

Lt. Russel A. Steindam Park in Plano reopens following renovations

Plano's Lt. Russel A. Steindam Park is open to the public after months of renovations, a Nov. 24 city press release shared.