The day that Carl Osburn suddenly collapsed in the hallway of his home in 2010 came as quite a shock.
On Monday, surveillance video captured persons of interest targeting unlocked vehicles parked in driveway alleys. Allen police want to remind everyone of the importance of locking cars and removing valuables.
Joe Seiling will present a lecture on the history of the Boy Scout band at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at the Allen Public Library, 300 N. Allen Drive.
Who wouldn’t want to be known as the healthiest city in Texas?
The Women’s Auxiliary of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Dallas is holding a mosque open house from 3-5 p.m. Sunday at Baitul Ikram Mosque, 1850 Hedgecoxe Road in Allen, with a presentation and Q&A session on the True Islam and the Extremists campaign.
Amisha and Sanjiv Sinha, of Allen, are opening a College Nannies + Tutors center -- the first in the Dallas/Fort Worth area -- next month at 4350 W. Main St. in Frisco.
Oh realignment, you never fail to disappoint.
ROCKWALL -- Twenty-four trips to the UIL Class 6A Swimming and Diving State Championships were secured Saturday afternoon at the Rockwall ISD Aquatic Center at the Region III-6A meet.
Plano East will host this year’s District 8-6A wrestling tournament on Saturday, an event that will feature six-time consecutive state champion Allen, Plano Senior, Plano West, McKinney Boyd and Rockwall.
NORTH RICHLAND HILLS – After months of anticipation, the landscape of the next two years in state high school athletics became a reality during the UIL’s biennial realignment and reclassification.
All throughout the Metroplex, student-athletes involved in a myriad of high school sports will officially sign National Letters of Intent today for the opportunity to participate in college athletics.
Four comedians – Sherry Belle, Jodi Hadsell, Linda Stogner and Laura Bartlett – have been touring together as a comedy troupe since 2005. After ten years of traveling the country and performing on many stages they are now embarking upon an important milestone – Four Funny Females has turned 10.
Richland College recently announced the opening of an exhibition featuring 50 historical photographs spanning three decades of the Fort Worth-based magazine Sepia, to run from Feb. 1-29.