A last-minute filing means one of two races will be contested.
The Gulledge Elementary six-classroom addition has been approved for roughly $815,000 more in construction costs than originally estimated in August.
The restaurant specializes in fresh, convenient food options.
Early voting begins Feb. 18.
Craft workshops, a vinyl record show and an exotic animals exhibit are happening in the coming weeks.
Construction on the $2 million Campbell Road widening project begins in April.
Conversely, the 75081 ZIP code saw a sales price increase.
The public will have the chance to speak on the new Collin County Subdivision Regulations and Collin County Floodplain Management Regulations.
The restaurant serves Nashville-style spicy fried chicken with various heat options.
General fund revenue totals $42.3 million, a $4.2 million increase year over year.
The menu includes prime brisket, St. Louis ribs and homemade sausage.
The upgrades will bring new technology to the medical center.
The new building will be double the size of the existing 15,000-square foot dealership.
The piece commemorates Richardson’s accomplishments and technological contributions to the world.
The daytime cafe serves made-to-order breakfast, brunch and lunch items using farm-fresh ingredients.
A free fitness class will be offered at 8 a.m.
Collin County saw its first two influenza-associated pediatric deaths in the 2019-20 flu season in mid-January, according to a Jan. report.
In the first quarter of this year, crews are working to relocate wet and dry utilities and construct retainer walls
Jeff Smith will begin serving as Plano ISD’s newest athletic director after approval by the PISD Board of Trustees at a meeting Feb. 4.
Construction of a storm sewer crossing is part of the larger Main Street redevelopment project.
The 14-story hotel includes 229 guest rooms and a parking garage.
The spa offers facials, blow-outs and microblading, among other services.
The store specialized in health-focused, premade meals, snacks and juices.
The Dallas-Fort Worth area will remain under winter weather advisory until 6 p.m., but will likely not see any dangerous weather, according to the National Weather Service.
This is the first of many presentations leading up to the school year 2020-21 budget adoption in June.