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Network of Community Ministries helps families in Richardson ISD get over 'the bump in the road'

W hat began as a grassroots effort to fill a service gap in Richardson ISD has grown into a thriving philanthropic machine known as the Network of Community Ministries.


Texas Ballet Theater to open in new Richardson location in early December

Texas Ballet Theater will reopen in a new, larger location in The Shops at Promenade, 300 N. Coit Road, …




Featured Neighborhood: Richardson Heights

Richardson Heights is a neighborhood in west Richardson roughly contained by Belt Line Road, Hyde Park Drive, James Drive and US 75. The information below reflects year over year, multiple-listing service data as of Sept. 16.


Thousands still without power after tornado strikes Richardson

Oncor is making headway to restore power after a tornado ripped through parts of Dallas and Richardson on Oct. 20.


Network of Community Ministries in Richardson offering food, clothing to tornado victims

Residents affected by the Oct. 20 tornado can access food, clothing and other emergency supplies at Network of Community Ministries.




UPDATED: All Richardson ISD students affected by the tornado will return to school Wednesday, Oct. 23

Editor's note: This story will be updated as new information becomes available. 


Residents recount feelings of terror, assess damage after tornado rips through Richardson

A tightly wound funnel is how resident Jerry Cern described the tornado that decimated areas of south-central and southeast Richardson in the late hours of Oct. 20.



North Texas region begins disaster relief, cleanup efforts after tornado leaves thousands without power

This story was updated at 4:37 p.m. and will continue to be updated as more information becomes available.



New state law places deadline on Richardson to review development plans

A new state law places a deadline on how long cities have to act on certain types of development plans. As a result, the city will need to amend its Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance, according to Michael Spicer, director of development services for the city of Richardson.


Richardson ISD board candidates talk equity, neighborhood schools at Oct. 17 forum

Candidates competing to represent Single Member District 2 sat down together Oct. 17 to answer questions about issues facing Richardson ISD.


Saint Anita Barber & Studio now offering haircuts at Communion Neighborhood Cooperative

Saint Anita Barber & Studio opened Sept. 20 in Communion Neighborhood Cooperative, 514 Lockwood Drive, …


Oscar Nail Bar now offering nail and beauty services in Richardson

Oscar Nail Bar opened in early October at 3501 Custer Parkway, Ste. 123, Richardson. The full-service nailery …



Twisted Root Burger Co. to renovate Richardson location

After 10 years of business in Richardson, Twisted Root Burger Co. will undergo renovations at the end of this …


Chipotle Mexican Grill coming to Richardson Square

Chipotle Mexican Grill will open a location next spring in the Richardson Square development, 501 S. Plano …


Jupiter China now serving authentic Chinese food in northeast Richardson

Jupiter China opened in late September at 2040 E. President George Bush Hwy., Ste. 120, Richardson. The …


Report: Drops in enrollment at Plano ISD may lead to a larger budget deficit

Enrollment at Plano ISD has dropped by approximately 450 students since last year.



Richardson City Council hears update on senior center renovations

A great deal of headway is being made on a $4.9 million voter-approved renovation to the Richardson Senior Center, according to an Oct. 14 presentation by staff to City Council.


Richardson ISD board candidates discuss priorities ahead of first single-member district election Nov. 5

Candidates for Richardson ISD’s board of trustees gathered at Hamilton Park United Methodist Church for a forum on Oct. 14.