KidZania will bring its interactive children's experience to Frisco in November.
Great Clips opened a new location off of Dallas Parkway.
Make Expression is moving to Preston Road.
A community-run committee supports and promotes local veterans.
Frisco newest hospital campus is set to open in December.
Frisco is getting ready for the holidays with a number of events.
Sales tax revenue in Frisco is not growing as quickly as it had in previous years. But new development and a new state law could boost revenue.
North Texas has the highest number of vaping-related health cases in the state. Meanwhile, vaping businesses are struggling with the rising reports of illnesses and deaths.
As the number of students caught vaping continues to rise, Frisco ISD is rolling out a new initiative to help prevent vaping before students become addicted.
Cristina’s Fine Mexican Restaurant is family-owned and -operated and will remain so for the next generation.
Lookin Sharp Family Barbershop opened in 2018 with the mission to serve all hair types.
The Rustic Brush is opening soon in Frisco.
The Frisco ISD board will vote on a calendar for the 2020-21 school year at a Nov. 11 board meeting.
Citizens can learn more about what the redistricting process entails and its repercussions at a Nov. 9 training in Richardson.
The Amazon 4-star store opened in Stonebriar Centre on Nov. 6.
The new location will be the chain's fifth Frisco restaurant.
The first Amazon 4-star store in Texas opens in Frisco.
Bike lanes will be added to Town & Country Boulevard as the roadway is widened.
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The swimming facility to supplement the Bruce Eubanks Natatorium is targeted to open fall 2021.
Frisco ISD's 12th high school is estimated to open in 2022.