McKinney

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McKinney City Council holds public hearing for proposed redrawn districts

McKinney has four single-member districts, which must be divided into approximately equal populations, according to the U.S. Constitution.


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McKinney’s 22nd elementary school named at board meeting

The new school name was recommended by the school naming selection committee and approved by the trustees.


California-based tech startup to open downtown McKinney headquarters

Review Wave will occupy the third floor of 300 E. Davis St. in downtown McKinney.



McKinney seeking partner for affordable housing project

McKinney’s first request for qualifications of this nature took place back in 2018, which led to the creation of The Independence community.


Ahead of summer, regulators stress confidence in Texas power grid to meet record demand forecast

Regulators provided an update on grid operations following a weekend notice asking Texans to conserve their power usage.


New creative arts club Independent Art House to open in downtown McKinney

While the coffee shop is open to the public, the Independent Art House will host daily creative workshops for its members.


Owners of Patina Green sandwich shop in McKinney focus on family, supporting local businesses

“We always dreamed of owning a business in this city, and now it’s like a dream come true,” Mallori said.



Collin, Denton county officials to hand recount votes from Frisco ISD Place 2 election

Unofficial election night results from Collin and Denton counties show Hebert received 5,936 votes, or 39.52%, while Marvin Lowe received 5,989 votes, or 39.87%.


Michael Johnson Performance athletic training facility closes in McKinney

The company is considering “several options for the future of MJP’s various business operations.”


Early voting in McKinney for primary runoff election runs May 16-20

The winners in the May 24 primary runoff election will advance to the Nov. 8 general election.


North Texas Palms & Pottery, uprooted to new McKinney location, thriving in new digs

From a spot at McKinney Trade Days to its new location, North Texas Palms & Pottery has grown to meet its possibilities.



Board Member Natalie Hebert requests recount for Frisco ISD Place 2 election

Board Member Natalie Hebert submitted the written petition earlier this week, according to an email from Meghan Cone, the district’s assistant director of communications.


Frisco ISD, city performing arts center could cost at least double planned amount, presentation shows

City Council will hear a presentation from Corgan architects and CBRE at its May 17 meeting.


The Goddard School of Honey Creek opens in McKinney

The 11,255-square-foot school has 10 classrooms to serve infants through pre-K classes.


Frisco ISD opens registration for 2022-23 prekindergarten students

Students who turn 4 years old by Sept. 1 may be eligible for the free, full-day program.



Medical City McKinney to increase services for mothers and newborns with $17M expansion

Construction will begin in January 2023 on a major expansion and new patient tower at the hospital.


About 12 acres in McKinney gets initial OK to rezone to commercial

By rezoning to commercial uses, the land will better align with the city’s comprehensive plan and provide the flexibility needed for office, retail and restaurant uses to develop on the site.


Encore Wire looking to construct new manufacturing facility in McKinney

While the land is already zoned for light manufacturing, Encore Wire requested some variances for the development.


New single-family rental community Luxe of McKinney to deliver first homes this summer

The community will offer luxury apartment-style amenities, such as a fitness center, a Starbucks Wi-Fi cafe, a resort-style swimming pool with a tanning ledge and private cabanas, and more.



PHOTOS: AT&T Byron Nelson golf tournament tees off for 2nd year in McKinney with sold-out crowd

This is the second year in a row for the AT&T Byron Nelson to be held at TPC Craig Ranch in McKinney.


Frisco ISD to upgrade secondary school gym floors this summer

Gym floors are refreshed every two years to enhance performance, per district documents.


Studio offering pottery classes to open in McKinney

Glaze Ceramic Studio will offer private studios and memberships for practicing ceramic artists.


UPDATED: Stephanie Elad wins Frisco ISD board election for Place 3

In Frisco ISD, board members are elected to three-year terms and there are no runoff elections.



UPDATED: Marvin Lowe wins Place 2 on Frisco ISD's board of trustees

In Frisco ISD, board members are elected to three-year terms and there are no runoff elections.