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Hungry? Read recent write-ups on DFW-area Mexican/Tex-Mex eateries

Read recent features on Mexican and Tex-Mex food from the DFW area.

Plano shop sells medical marijuana and more DFW news

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

DATA: What percentage of Frisco ISD grades are returning to in-person instruction?

Frisco ISD reopens schools this week. See what percentage of students are returning to in-person instruction.

Frisco to consider issuing $45.1M in debt for water, sewer, road projects

Frisco City Council will consider a pair of ordinances that would allow the city to issue $45.1 million in bonds for upcoming water, sewer and road projects during its Sept. 1 meeting.

Voting FAQ: Everything Texans need to know about voter registration, early voting, Election Day

Early voting in Texas begins Oct. 13 and ends Oct. 30. Election Day is Nov. 3.

Check out August coverage of Dallas-Fort Worth-area businesses

Read select business and dining news from August reporting in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

Popular in August: What Dallas-Fort Worth-area readers clicked on the most

Read some of the most popular Dallas-Fort Worth news among readers from Community Impact Newspaper's August coverage.

Sticky Rice to open in Richardson and more DFW-area news

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

Shipping container homes coming to McKinney and more top DFW news

Read some of this week's most popular news from the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

Tracking COVID-19: Denton County sees 2 weeks of sustained growth in new confirmed cases

Denton County health officials reported 1,034 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the last seven reporting days.

Frisco to spray 5 neighborhoods after new mosquito pool tests positive for West Nile virus

“Although not all mosquito species have the ability to transmit the disease, it just takes one bite from an infected mosquito to do so,” Environmental Health Supervisor Julie Fernandez said in a statement.

About 2,800 Hurricane Laura evacuees take shelter at Frisco hotels

Hurricane Laura evacuees are spending the weekend in Frisco hotels thanks to the work of the city’s emergency management team, which includes Visit Frisco and the Frisco Fire Department.

Frisco ISD now reporting active COVID-19 cases of students, staff

On Aug. 28, the district started providing a summary of active, lab-confirmed cases of the virus as reported to FISD on a table broken down by campus.

Texas Home School Coalition: Statewide public school withdrawals skyrocket ahead of 2020-21 school year

In July 2019, THSC processed 201 withdrawals; in July 2020, the organization processed 3,114—almost as many withdrawals as were processed in the entire 2019 calendar year.

Q&A: What is Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children, and how is it related to COVID-19?

As of Aug. 20, the CDC reports 695 confirmed cases of MIS-C across 42 states, New York City and Washington D.C., 11 of which have resulted in death. Of those confirmed cases, 99% also tested positive for SARS CoV-2.

Remember the Alamo through virtual tours

Tickets for virtual tours begin at $10 and will be conducted by a staff member in real time.

Tracking COVID-19: Frisco reports 85 new cases, 84 recoveries in past week

The city also reported active cases of COVID-19 as of Aug. 27.

Texas school districts will soon begin reporting campus-level COVID-19 data to the state

The form will require districts to disclose what campuses have been affected by a positive test.

'We just want to make sure that the availability is there': Dates added to free COVID-19 testing site in Frisco

The state recently extended the dates for a free, drive-thru COVID-19 saliva testing site now operating at Dr Pepper Ballpark in Frisco.

New pizza shop coming to Richardson and more DFW-area news

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

Frisco rescinds 3 unnecessary specific use permits

Frisco City Council rescinded a trio of specific use permits during its Aug. 18 meeting that dated back as far as 1984 because city staff found they were no longer necessary.

Restaurants, retail, hotel in the works near Hollyhock Road in Frisco

The development in north Frisco is planned on eight lots over 18.6 acres.