Organizers say more than 50 candidates have agreed to participate in the 2014 Frisco Candidate Forum, set for 6 p.m. Feb. 11 at the Collin College Conference Center, 9700 Wade Blvd.
3 Stacks Smoke & Tap House, at 4226 Preston Road, is temporarily closed for renovations from Jan. 13-27.
The restaurant concept will be changed from its hybrid self-service and sit-down dining to a full-service concept.
The Dallas North Tollway has drawn yet another major retail and multi-use development, northeast of the Dallas Cowboys that is beginning to take shape.
Far above the Dallas/Fort Worth skyline flies a business that has been delighting passengers for more than two decades.
Much development—retail, commercial and residential—has taken place in the eight years since Frisco last updated its vision for the city.
Dating back to 1963, Frisco ISD residents have never failed to pass a bond referendum. In May, they will most likely get a chance to decide whether to continue that trend.
On Feb. 18, Frisco City Council members will be tasked with deciding what, if any, recommendations from the Frisco Charter Review Commission to put on the May 10 election ballot.
Electronic cigarettes and liquid tobacco are legal to sell to a person of any age, and can be smoked anywhere in Frisco, but that could change.
When Alex and Amy Cole decided to open One2One Restaurant & Bar almost four years ago, the married couple saw a void in the Frisco landscape.
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A Beverly Hills-based bridal salon has made its way to Frisco.
Winnie Couture chose Frisco to launch its first Dallas location and in December opened its new salon on Gaylord Parkway.
Plans are in the works for a six-story, 170,000 square foot office building along the Dallas North Tollway, on Hicks road, south of the southeast corner of the Gaylord Parkway and DNT intersection.
Patrons camped out Jan. 29 and overnight to be one of the first 100 people in line at the grand opening of the new Frisco Chick-fil-A Frisco location on Preston Road.
The period to file for a position on the Frisco City Council or Frisco ISD Board of Trustees is open and runs through Feb. 28.
Election day is May 10 and early voting is April 28-May 6.
The Dallas Cowboys corporate headquarters, a multi-use event center and surrounding development is starting to take shape.
Gary Carley took home Citizen of the Year honors for his active community involvement at the 30th Annual Frisco Chamber of Commerce Awards Celebration on Jan. 24.
The state of Texas has awarded Frisco ISD the highest possible designation for its financial transparency, according to district officials.
The district received a Gold Leadership Circle Award from the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts.
A large retail development is in the works on the southeast corner of Lebanon Road and the Dallas North Tollway, according to Newman Real Estate.
The Comprehensive Plan Advisory Committee on Jan. 20 began what will be a more than year-long process.
Dave Wilcox was elected chairman and John Hamilton vice chairman of the committee tasked with overseeing the development of the plan.
Sections of 5th Street, which is operating as a one-way street in the southbound direction between Main Street and Hickory Street, will be closed intermittently between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. Jan. 14 and 15.
Frisco Mayor Maher Maso announced he will seek re-election for a third term as mayor.
Maso has served on the council since 2000 and first elected mayor in 2008.
Frisco ISD voters may be asked to pass a $758 million bond referendum in the May 10 election.
The Frisco ISD Board of Trustees on Jan. 13 heard the preliminary bond proposal.