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Rebecca Glass; talented musician, aspiring teacher

Rebecca Glass; talented musician, aspiring teacher

Postured eagerly at two adjacent grand pianos in a large living room, mother and daughter Donna and Rebecca Glass spent entire Saturdays practicing music as early as Becky’s toddler years.
Garden Ridge is now At Home in Plano

Garden Ridge is now At Home in Plano

At Home CEO and president Lee Bird was the keynote speaker at the Plano Chamber of Commerce Quarterly luncheon on June 30, 2015. Formerly Garden Ridge stores, At Home has been undergoing a major $20 million transformation for the past year.
Children’s Medical Center Foundation receives nearly $800,000

Children’s Medical Center Foundation receives nearly $800,000

Working together, the Dallas and Plano Legacy chapters of the Women’s Auxiliary to Children’s Medical Center raised a record $797,000 during 2014-2015 for Children’s Medical Center Foundation.
Make the last month of summer count at the Library!

Make the last month of summer count at the Library!

It’s hot. Kids sit indoors all day playing video games and watching TV. You want to do fun things with the family and enjoy the last month of summer, but that can get expensive. What’s the solution? Plano public libraries.
Plano & Austin: The only 4-STAR communities in Texas

Plano & Austin: The only 4-STAR communities in Texas

Plano is one of just two cities in Texas to earn a 4-STAR Community Rating for Sustainability. Austin is the other. The designation was earned after a lengthy process measured 44 objectives falling within seven categories.
Veterans are honored at Atria Canyon Creek

Veterans are honored at Atria Canyon Creek

This month we celebrate America’s Independence Day and honor those who have stood in harm’s way to defend our country, our values, and our freedoms.
David Hare – Lighting it up

David Hare – Lighting it up

Like many high school students, David Hare created a rock band with his friends. But it wasn’t about the music. “I cared more about having a big show, than actually playing in the band,” Hare recalled.
Andrea Stroh Thompson: Longtime volunteer supports variety of causes

Andrea Stroh Thompson: Longtime volunteer supports variety of causes

Andrea Stroh Thompson is a longtime Plano resident. Her family moved here in 1977 shortly before she started second grade at Plano’s Christie Elementary.
Philip Farmer on tennis, talent and mental toughness

Philip Farmer on tennis, talent and mental toughness

Sunshine finally interrupted our rain-soaked spring. It was a welcomed sight for tennis players at Stonebridge Ranch Country Club in McKinney.
Cricket: Local club helps popularity build in North Texas

Cricket: Local club helps popularity build in North Texas

Ask many people in Plano about a sports religion and they know exactly what you are talking about, as high school football has made our area known on a national, even international arena for decades.