When David Thomas moved to Plano from Cleveland, Ohio, he expected soul food to be on every corner.
The business, which offers classes and boot camps centered on strength training and cardio work, focuses on framing women’s health in terms of achieving positive health outcomes and self-confidence rather than simply losing weight.
A developer whose plan to build hundreds of apartments near the former J.C. Penney headquarters in Plano was denied has said he is working to reach a compromise with nearby property owners by the end of the year.
A petition to recall a McKinney City Council member is circulating after being filed with the city secretary’s office on Nov. 20, according to city officials.
The Irving Archives and Museum expects to open in February at 801 W. Irving Blvd., Irving.
Local Diner owner Frank Brightwell found his restaurant market niche by serving comfort food in a ’50s-style setting.
A Plano program that assists the homeless population has received additional state funding after a waitlist developed in the program’s first year.
Many athletes who enroll in Spirit of Texas’ cheer program grow up in the facility.
Texas high-speed rail construction could move forward following agreement between Texas Central, Mass. Electric Construction Co.
Construction on the Texas high-speed rail could continue to gain traction following an Early Contract Involvement agreement between Texas Central and Mass. Electric Contruction Co.
Carroll ISD will have 15 new school buses joining its fleet.
Thai Monkey Roanoke serves lunch and dinner seven days a week.
Exotic Blendz Bubble Tea opened early September at 3540 W. University Dr., Ste. 300, McKinney.
The restaurant serves homemade Lebanese shawarma and more.
Retaiil clothing store Charming Charlie is making a comeback.
A new retro-themed candy and soda shop is about to open in Grapevine.
A new restaurant selling tacos has opened in Southlake.
Cypress Waters will open Nov. 23 2.5 miles of its trail system.
Calendar drafts with longer class days for 2020-21 school year presented to Plano ISD board of trustees
Plano ISD trustees discussed three calendar options for the 2020-21 school year Nov. 19 at a regular work session, each with extended class days for elementary and middle school students.
The experiment is part of the effort to create a 1,200-acre Innovation District east of US 75.
A new Chinese restaurant is now open in Flower Mound.
The restaurant offers authentic Chinese cuisine using high-quality, fresh ingredients.
Each treatment comes with a complimentary foot bath.