Plano Sports Authority announced Dec. 13 that it will begin constructing a new soccer arena in January.
Republicans and Democrats have filed for their respective primaries, which Texas voters will decide on March 3.
The privately held bank offers services in personal, small business and commercial banking.
A new beauty supply store has opened in Lewisville.
The clinic offers acupuncture, chiropractic care, natural touch therapy and massage therapy.
Ken Schnitzer, the founder and chairman of Park Place Dealerships, has decided to sell all but two of his dealerships.
The bakery specializes in the manufacturing of traditional Arabic pita bread.
Lewisville Mayor Rudy Durham said he plans to finish out his term, which ends in May 2021, despite his earlier statements that he would resign at the end of the year due to a new state law.
Noble Wolf Vodka announced it will no longer be coming to McKinney on Dec. 12.
A new barbershop is opening in Main Market Place.
Motiveyes Eye Care opened a second location Nov. 11 at 1700 Dallas Parkway, Ste. 100, Plano.
The business is a holistic, all-natural practice.
The United States Postal Service expects to handle 13 billion pieces of mail nationally during the 2019 holiday season.
Daily Grinds hosted a soft opening Nov. 25.
CBD Plus USA opened a location in McKinney on Dec. 10.
Frisco's newest high-rise apartment community is now open.
The 75062 ZIP code saw the steepest median home sale price spike at a 22.8% increase when comparing October 2018 to October 2019.
Crews will replace concrete along Airline Drive as part of a reconstruction project.
Sigma Dental Specialists opened in September at 220 S. Denton Tap Road, Ste. 102, Coppell.
RaceTrac reopened on Nov. 21 at 1608 S. McDonald St., McKinney. The gas station began renovations in May.
Pop-up art installation in Richardson promotes leasing activity while giving artists a free platform for their work
The public can explore the space at a Dec. 17 event.
Flower Mound residents can expect more construction along Morriss Road as crews start to install a 20-inch water line in early February, town officials say.
The $14.8 million project, which is funded by the city of Lewisville, is expected to reach completion in August of 2022.
Construction crews recently started on the second phase of Highland Village’s street improvements.
A new Nerf gun arena is now open in Lewisville.