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Dutch Bros. Coffee coming to Plano and more DFW news

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Crafting business The Rustic Brush closes in Frisco

The business offered workshops in do-it-yourself wooden signs and home decor.

Frisco ISD provides update on close contact reviews, use of local COVID-19 data

The definition of "close contact," which primarily comes from the Texas Education Agency and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, has changed" four or five times this past month," according to FISD officials.

Frisco fried food cafe Frank Seoul opens and more DFW-area news

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Collin County expands small business grant program

The grant program initially launched Sept. 4. Within the first hour, it drew more than 375 requests, according to a Collin County news release.

Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar discusses state budget, economic planning

Hegar shared his outlook on the state's finances and economic outlook in a September TAG Houston livestream.

Korean fried snack cafe Frank Seoul now open in Frisco

The Korean cafe, which offers fried hot dogs, desserts and snacks, opened July 11 on Warren Parkway.

Starbucks in north Frisco to open this fall

The new location along US 380 will offer a drive-thru.

Landon Winery to open in Grapevine and more DFW-area news

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Get a cup of joe: Coffee shops now open in the Dallas-Fort Worth area

Read about coffeeshops nearby in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

Old Town Lewisville residents want grocery and more DFW news

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Tracking COVID-19: Collin, Denton counties report 2,170 active cases

On Sept. 11, Denton County reported 1,538 active cases of COVID-19 and Collin County reported 632.

Mosquito pools along Hickory Street, North County Road in Frisco test positive for West Nile virus

In a news release announcing the positive tests, city officials said they would be increasing surveillance efforts looking for stagnant water, but no treatment will be scheduled because of the most recent rains.

Haystack Burgers & Barley serves menu with 'Tex-Mex flair' in Frisco's Rail District

Frisco's strong community is what pushed the Haystack Burgers & Barley owners to open in the Rail District last September.

DATA: Here are the latest real estate trends in Frisco

The number of homes listed for sale decreased in Frisco in July when compared to the same period in 2019.

Cookie Cutters Haircuts for Kids now open in west Frisco

Children can enjoy an indoor play area with a slide, fantasy car salon booster seats, and TV stations that show a variety of kids shows and games.

Coworking space opens in Southlake and more DFW news

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Young Entrepreneurs Academy in Frisco to begin 10th year remotely

“There is a need for entrepreneurial education, business education, practical education for students. The environment we’re in right now really creates opportunities for entrepreneurship," YEA program manager Peter Burns said.

Collin Corporate College to offer free webinars on bringing employees back into the workplace

Collin Corporate College plans to offer a free webinar series for C-level and human resources executives on transitioning employees back into a safe work environment.

Denton County adopts reduced budget of $319M while maintaining certain property tax exemptions

County officials have trimmed the budget after they decided not to increase property tax revenues over the next year.

Halal Guys restaurant to open in Southlake and more DFW-area news

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‘Class of 2021 is going to take a hit, too’: Frisco Education Foundation pivots fundraising efforts

The foundation is aiming to raise at least $175,000 in scholarships this school year to meet a wide range of needs within Frisco ISD.

Plano-based JCPenney expected to sell to Simon and Brookfield for $1.75B

JCPenney is expected to enter into a $1.75 billion sale agreement with commercial real estate companies Simon Property Group and Brookfield Property Partners.