12:05 PM Sep 8, 2020 CDT

Artistic Organics CBD wellness store offers education, specialized client services

Co-owners Kellie Kauten and Ed Mahoney said Artistic Organics is not a standard CBD store. They stress education for their clients as part of the process of determining the right hemp-derived product for their needs.

GALLERY: Local businesses collaborate to donate 4,500 PPE kits to Frisco ISD teachers

The over 4,500 personal protective equipment kits were delivered to each Frisco ISD campus Sept. 4.

Highland Village's Delhi 6 to release full menu, offer delivery and more DFW news

Read more about Dallas-Fort Worth business and community updates.

Frisco ISD student, staff cases of coronavirus reported and more popular DFW news

Read popular news Dallas-Fort Worth news stories from the past week.

Q&A: JJ Rocha of Texas Municipal League discusses long-term effect of COVID-19 on city budgets

The Texas Municipal League has spoken with cities and municipalities about how they are preparing budgets in the age of the coronavirus.

Students from UT Dallas send more than 900 care packages to North Texas seniors

COVID Check-In is a program that distributes care packages to seniors isolated by the coronavirus pandemic.

Here are 10 in-person and virtual events to attend in and around Frisco

Here's a list of some upcoming events taking place in Frisco and online over the next several weeks.

In-person classes resume at Frisco ISD schools

After three weeks of virtual learning, Frisco ISD welcomed about half of its students back to the classroom.

Frisco nonprofits step up as food insecurity increases

“When a crisis hits, it doesn’t discriminate,” Frisco Family Services Director of Strategy Joni Klarin said. “Food, a lot of times, will be the first thing to go if you need to pay other bills.”

Jasper's Richardson, Cadillac Pizza Pub in McKinney to reopen and more DFW-area news

Read the latest business and community news from Dallas-Fort Worth.

Tracking COVID-19: Collin, Denton counties report over 2,400 active cases

On Sept. 3, Denton County reported 1,808 active cases, and Collin County reported 625.

Donate emergency supplies for Hurricane Laura relief in Frisco on Sept. 5

The Southland Conference, an NCAA Division I athletic conference, is hosting the hurricane relief donation center on Sept. 5 at Toyota Stadium in Frisco.

See which Frisco city offices, services will be affected by Labor Day

The city of Frisco’s government offices will be closed Sept. 7 in observance of the Labor Day holiday, according to a city news release.

Want to get fit? Read about these DFW-area businesses

Read more about Dallas-FortWorth-area fitness businesses now open or coming soon.

McKinney to honor police by lighting water tower blue and more DFW news

Read the latest Dallas-Fort Worth business and community news.

NTTA construction to close lanes at Preston Road and Sam Rayburn Tollway in Frisco, Plano

Motorists driving near Preston Road and the Sam Rayburn Tollway in Frisco and Plano may experience lane closures during overnight hours through Sept. 4.

Frisco issuing $45.1M in bonds for upcoming road, water, sewer projects

Frisco is moving forward with a plan to use $45.1 million in bonds to complete upcoming projects such as the expansion of Panther Creek Parkway and the installation of water lines along Rockhill Parkway.

Bottled in Bond in Frisco reopens after a small fire

The cocktail parlor and kitchen offers craft cocktails, American whiskey and Southern fare.

Frisco ISD superintendent on what students, families can expect as schools reopen

Frisco ISD students who opted into in-person learning return to schools Sept. 3.

Collin College offers free telehealth access for students, adjunct faculty, part-time staff

“We’ve seen tremendous advances in telemedicine, and that’s what CougarCare is all about—technology that allows our students, adjunct faculty, and part-time staff to connect with a healthcare provider within minutes at no cost,” Collin College District President Neil Matkin said in a statement.

Frisco takes down COVID-19 dashboard that compiled city data

Frisco is no longer providing a public health awareness dashboard to track cumulative COVID-19 data in the city after questions arose about the reliability of the data.

Edith's French Bistro returns to full menu in Richardson and more DFW-area news

Read the latest Dallas-Fort Worth-area business and community news.

WORTH THE TRIP: Sweetwaters Coffee & Tea to open near West Frisco

The coffeehouse will be located in Little Elm but is steps from Frisco and part of the Frisco Chamber of Commerce.