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Ground Breaking Announced For H-E-B In Prosper, Texas

Ground Breaking Announced For H-E-B In Prosper, Texas

H-E-B Alliance will also open to the public in April 2024
Electric Garbage Trucks Coming To Denton, Texas

Electric Garbage Trucks Coming To Denton, Texas

Part of the city’s drive toward sustainable waste management
Plano ISD Student Heads To The National Scripps Spelling Bee

Plano ISD Student Heads To The National Scripps Spelling Bee

Rice Middle School student secures a spot for the third consecutive year
Richardson ISD Votes To Close Five Schools

Richardson ISD Votes To Close Five Schools

The consolidations will save the district $10.8 million in operating expenditures
Plano, Texas Prepares To Launch New Emergency Response System

Plano, Texas Prepares To Launch New Emergency Response System

The location technology facilitates accuracy in pinpointing emergency incidents, boosting response efficiency
Communities Foundation Of Texas Awards $625,000 To Local Nonprofits

Communities Foundation Of Texas Awards $625,000 To Local Nonprofits

Grants will support nonprofits providing a comprehensive range of services to enhance the quality of life for North Texas residents
Dallas Nonprofits Receive $7 Million From Philanthropist MacKenzie Scott

Dallas Nonprofits Receive $7 Million From Philanthropist MacKenzie Scott

The donations were part of $640 million given to organizations nationwide
$386K Approved for Allen, Texas Police Gear Upgrade

$386K Approved for Allen, Texas Police Gear Upgrade

City council approves expenditure for enhanced officer protection and efficiency
BSN SPORTS Introduces SURGE Program To Empower Female Athletes In Farmers Branch, Texas

BSN SPORTS Introduces SURGE Program To Empower Female Athletes In Farmers Branch, Texas

The initiative provides free tools to promote self-esteem and mental health awareness
1.5 Million Gallons Of Plano’s Sewer Overflow Contaminate Dallas Creek [Update]

1.5 Million Gallons Of Plano’s Sewer Overflow Contaminate Dallas Creek [Update]

The city said safety of public drinking water was not affected