Flower Mound Area Republican Club is hosting an event for residents to learn more about the Texas Republican political process on Feb. 16.
An annual event that showcases the talents of area writers and poets is now accepting entries.
Double Oak Deputy Mayor Pro Tem John Dondrea announced he will not seek re-election in May.
North Texas Ford Dealers and Ford Motor Company Fund announced more than $400,000 in Ford Driving Dreams scholarships for seniors in high schools across North Texas interested in pursuing education in science, technology, engineering and math.
United Way of Denton County announced Friday that Courtney Cross is joining the Denton County based nonprofit to lead collective impact initiatives focused on homelessness as a result of a citizens task force report to the Denton City Council in December.
Trademark Property Co., the operating partner for The Shops at Highland Village, announced that Torchy’s Tacos has signed a lease for 5,262 square feet at the recently renovated shopping center.
The United Family Tuesday announced expansion of the company’s rewards program with the launch of “Baby Club” and “Pet Club” at all 66 United Supermarkets, Market Street, Amigos, Albertsons Market and United Express locations in Dallas-Fort Worth, West Texas and New Mexico. The free programs…
All throughout the Metroplex, student-athletes involved in a myriad of high school sports officially signed National Letters of Intent Wednesday for the opportunity to participate in college athletics.
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.
The Allen girls basketball team needed a win and a Plano East loss to clinch a Class 6A UIL playoff spot Tuesday night.
The foundation for the next two years of high school athletics was laid Monday morning when the UIL conducted its biennial realignment of the state’s athletic districts.
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.
Americana restaurants around the Metroplex are undoubtedly gearing up for a busy weekend. Super markets are as well as people stock up on drinks, dips, chips and appetizers. For those easing into the vegetarian or vegan lifestyle, here are a few snack suggestions from area restaurants.
We have several projects currently underway or scheduled to begin this year. These projects are much needed and some may cause traffic congestion so please bear with us. I’d like to provide you an update on the projects and their timeline.
Something that always seems to be a point of discussion in Flower Mound is our tree canopy. While this may be a bit exaggerated it seems some try to frame there are only two sides in this debate, if you are for a business or a neighborhood then you must be against trees and vice versa.