RISD enrollment is down by more than 2,000 students so far this year.
Year to date, sales tax allocations for Keller have totaled $9.44 million, which represents a 13.3% increase compared to the same time last year.
In the meantime, the dessert lounge will continue to operate at its regular hours and offer a variety of sweets and treats.
The restaurant on Legacy Drive opened Sept. 15.
The goal at Free To Move And Play is to help children gain mobility and development.
When it comes to local family-owned restaurants, Conner Gildenblatt’s pizza shop Sauce’d checks all the boxes. A Southlake Carroll Senior High School graduate, Gildenblatt understands the importance of working with family.
Bull Lion Winery expects to open in Grapevine in November.
Flower Mound adopts 2020-21 budget, opting for lower general fund expenses, higher property tax collections
The town of Flower Mound will trim spending from its general fund while raising collections from property taxes as it replenishes some of the savings that were spent in the early months of the pandemic.
RISD officials said they are faced with the major hurdle of preparing for a possible influx of students who choose to return in October.
The department has seen a high volume of calls related to mental illness, Assistant Chief Gary Tittle said.
Collin County plans to reimburse not-for-profit organizations that provide housing and shelter services for costs they have accrued assisting citizens during the coronavirus pandemic.
Kinstead comprises six three-story buildings along SH 121 with 376 units.
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Grapevine Kids Dental and Orthodontics opened on Aug. 3 at 1230 S. Main St., Grapevine.
The business will offer a full coffee menu and a small selection of curated toast options in a modern, open setting.
The city has made progress on a handful of projects, including two that are on the cusp of completion.
Early voting for the Texas Senate District 30 special election continues until Sept. 25. Election day is Sept. 29.
The food hall will span 10,000 square feet over two floors with 10 vendors, two bars and over 30 TVs.
The business will offer 34 suites for salon professionals.
City officials said they would be increasing surveillance efforts and using larvicide as necessary where stagnant water or larvae are observed.
To be located in the Rail District, the shareable culinary kitchen concept will be available to rent by the hour to chefs and caterers.
A Lupe Tortilla Mexican Restaurant location officially opened in July.
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