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Updated: February 5, 2023 @ 5:52 pm
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Last week, Kent Collins was selected by the City of Coppell to serve as the new Deputy City Manager. Read MoreA one-on-one with Coppell’s new Deputy City Manager
The house that holds the Denton County African American Museum was built in 1904 as part of an African American neighborhood known as Quakertown, according to Discover Denton. Read MoreSee what programs, events the Denton County Office of History and Culture is offering this month
The Coppell Police Department responded to very few calls for crime the week of Sunday, Jan. 22 through Sunday, Jan. 29. Here are some of the crimes that happened in Coppell last week, according to community crime map data. Read MoreCoppell Police Department respond to very few calls for crime during the week of Jan. 22
Ed Guignon has lived in Coppell for the past 38 years, volunteering his time to things in the city that he has a passion for, such as serving on the parks and recreation board or being a member of the Coppell Arts Council. Guignon was recognized at the Coppell City Council on Tuesday for his… Read MoreThis Coppell resident has made a positive impact on the city through his many years of service
Coppell has a variety of events happening this week whether it’s at the library or the Coppell Arts Center. Take a look at five things to do in Coppell the week of Jan. 29. Read MoreArts center events, library activities scheduled in Coppell during the week of Jan. 29
Are you interested in running for Coppell City Council? Candidate filing for the May 6, 2023 election is open now through Friday, Feb. 17. The City Council also hosted a city council candidate orientation at 6 p.m. on Jan. 26. The orientation was not required to file, but was encouraged. Vis… Read MoreCoppell News Roundup: City council candidate filing, Regional Neighborhood Summit
The Coppell Chamber of Commerce is hosting a ribbon cutting for Blue Sky Pediatrics on Thursday, Feb. 2 at 4 p.m. The business is located at 8789 S. Denton Tap Rd. #250 Coppell, TX 75019. Read MoreCoppell Business Briefs: S. Belt Line reconstruction, ribbon cutting
Metrocrest Services is pleased to announce the appointment of four new members to its Board of Directors. Jesse Castaneda, Margarita (Maggie) De La Rosa, Steven Graybill, and Cristal Retana join the full slate of officers and board members. Read MoreMetrocrest Services names new members to Board of Directors
Coppell City Council met on Tuesday, Jan. 24 to hear information regarding cashless transactions at city facilities. Read MoreCoppell looks to combat theft by transitioning to cashless facilities
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All throughout the Metroplex, student-athletes involved in a myriad of high school sports will officially sign National Letters of Intent on Wednesday for the opportunity to participate in college athletics. Read MoreNational Signing Day area commitment list: Find out which local student-athletes are signing where
Check out all of the honorees for the Star Local Media All-Area Football 1st and 2nd offense and defense teams, along with special teams! Make sure and pick up the Sunday, Jan. 29, 2023 print edition of your local Star Local Media publication to see the honorees featured in print as well. Read MoreICYMI: See who made the Star Local Media All-Area Football Teams this year!
When Coppell junior Sean Li stepped into the pool at the University of Texas Lee and Joe Jamail Texas Swimming Center for last season’s UIL Class 6A state swimming championships, he had a specific goal in mind. Read MoreCoppell’s Li has sights set on second state swim meet appearance
Each week throughout the 2022-23 school year, Star Local Media will recognize one of the standout student-athletes from its coverage area as Athlete of the Week. Read MoreVote for Star Local Media's Athlete of the Week
In June 2021, Dave Campbell’s Texas Football managing editor Greg Tepper tweeted a question pondering the state’s most underrated high school football coach. Read MoreProsper's Brandon Schmidt named Coach of the Year on SLM All-Area Football Team
Universal Parks and Resorts today announced plans to bring a new-concept kid-focused theme park to Frisco. Page Thompson, president of new ventures with Universal Parks and Resorts answers the question, "Why Frisco?"
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