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Patrick Coutier will serve as McKinney’s newest City Council member, voters decided Saturday.
Carrollton held its 28th annual Martin Luther King Jr. celebration on Jan. 15 in its downtown square. The celebration included performances, prayers and accolades given by and for Carrollton residents and officials in celebration of the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.
Carrollton held its 25th annual Martin Luther King Jr. parade running from Rainwater Lane behind City Hall to Polk Middle School. The parade was sponsored by Christ Community Connection, Inc. in partnership with the city and Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD. A ceremony was held at Ted Polk Midd…
MLK Day Collin County will be hosting its annual “MLK Appreciation Day Service” on Monday at Allen’s Cottonwood Creek Church in celebration of Martin Luther King Day.
Little Elm ISD teachers received over $39,000 in grants last week as part of the Innovative Teaching Grant.
Plano ISD sent an email to parents and students Monday morning advising them of a series of bus delays.
In its Tuesday meeting, The Colony City Council will consider an ordinance authorizing a site plan for Live Oak Logistics Center’s Phase IIB development.
To commemorate Martin Luther King Day on Monday, Little Elm Mayor Curtis Cornelious will host the Mayor's Math Challenge for grades K-8. Registration for the competition will kick off on Monday to commemorate the occasion and is open to any resident of Little Elm.
As Frisco looks ahead to the opening of one of the first HEB locations in North Texas, the grocery store chain is recognizing the community in another way.
Frisco ISD’s Career and Technical Education center is slated for an upgrade that aims to help the district keep pace with growth and changing industries.
With a new year now in effect, Little Elm is gearing up to expand and renovate its existing infrastructure as population and economic growth in the city continues.
Citing disparities in enrollment numbers across various middle schools, Lewisville ISD implemented new boundary adjustments that will affect 24 neighborhoods in three cities.