Employees of Great Lakes Higher Education Corporation delivered 3,064 healthy snacks to Rainwater Elementary School following a week-long Great Lakes Gives drive in January.
Over-the-top advertising has long been synonymous with Super Bowl Sunday.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Collin County (BGCCC) announced their fifth annual charity Texas hold ‘em poker tournament will take place a 7 p.m. March 21 at Gleneagles Country Club, 5401 W. Parker Road Plano.
As a developing arts district, Plano is not only taking in more artists, but sending them out into the world: resident Will Weigand is finding his ground on the Oklahoma State University main stage.
Storm (ID# 128856) is a neutered male Domestic Short Hair who is a victim of the tornado in Rowlett. He is loveable and very friendly. Storm is about 2 years of age and is litter box trained. He will need to be the only cat because he is FIV positive. Storm loves to talk and is super sweet.
It was a busy morning at Plano West Wednesday as 15 student-athletes signed National Letters of Intent to join the collegiate ranks next year.
Oh realignment, you never fail to disappoint.
The Prestonwood Christian Academy football team annually churns out college-level talent every year. Fresh off a TAPPS Division I State Championship, it should come as no surprise that the Lions’ 2016 National Signing Day class was hardly lacking in players headed for the collegiate gridiron.
One by one, 17 student-athletes at Plano Senior celebrated the opportunity to play college athletics by putting pen to paper on Wednesday during National Signing Day.
Eight student-athletes represented Plano East on Wednesday as part of National Signing Day, inking National Letters of Intent to continue their academic and athletic careers at the next level.
The Plano arts district is attracting more artists and performers of all kinds, even those from the UK. In the heart of downtown, at Theatre Britain, you can have the authentic British experience, while learning a lot about British theater. In particular, playwriting.
At 2:30 p.m. on Feb. 28 in the Hill Performance Hall at the Eisemann Center, 2351 Performance Drive, “Chicken Dance” will be produced as part of the Family Theatre Series. “Chicken Dance” is a new musical based on the book by Tammi Sauer with illustration by Dan Santat.