ZenZero Bakery and Cafe’s request to expand the eatery by more than 900 square feet was approved unanimously Tuesday by the Coppell City Council.
The proposed Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan was received favorably Tuesday by the Coppell City Council.
The Coppell Independent School District announced that Character.org, a national advocate and leader for the character education movement in collaboration with the Texas Elementary Principal and Supervisor Association, (TEPSA) named the Coppell ISD a 2016 Texas District of Character.
After years of proposals that have come and gone the Coppell City Council on Tuesday was presented a recommendation to update the city's hotel regulation ordinances.
A development along Lyndon B. Johnson Freeway and Belt Line Road was given the green light Tuesday by the Coppell City Council as it approved the zoning ordinance for the plan.
To encourage smarter eating choices for the New Year, Market Street will hold its ‘Build a Better Basket Expo’ at all Market Street locations in the Dallas/Fort Worth area from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.
Marty Newman, owner
The Texas State 7-on-7 football tournament was finalized Monday for July 7-9 in College Station.
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.
Traditionally strong matchups on both sides, last Friday’s District 7-6A boys and girls soccer doubleheader between rivals Coppell and Southlake Carroll lacked the pizzazz it has come to be known for of late.
The unveiling Monday of the UIL’s biennial realignment means the rivalry between Coppell and Southlake Carroll will be on hold for at least the next two years.
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.
The 2016 DFW Asian Film Festival (DFW SAFF) will showcase 13 award-winning shorts, documentaries and feature films that have been consciously curated for the North Texas audience from Feb. 19 to Feb. 21 at the Perot Museum, 2201 N. Field St., Dallas and the Angelika Film Center, 7205 Bishop …
The Baumer String Quartet returns to the University of North Texas College of Music for a weeklong residency in February that will conclude with two collaborative recitals – one with faculty, and one with students.
Last week, the Donaldson Adoption Institute (DAI) was excited to be in Dallas to hold our second Let’s Adopt Reform town hall meeting, an initiative that aims to strengthen all families by igniting a national conversation about adoption and foster care adoption in the 21st century. We were j…
Ken Byler compares recent generations and their level of entitlement.