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The McKinney City Council approved on Tuesday the rescheduled date for special elections concerning Councilman La’Shadion Shemwell’s recall and the considered sale of city-owned parkland.

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As of 11 a.m. August 7, Dallas County Health and Human Services reported 422 additional confirmed cases of 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19), bringing the total confirmed case count in Dallas County to 53,291, including 746 confirmed deaths. An additional 167 probable cases of COVID-19 have …

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Uncertainty surrounds Carrollton's budget for fiscal year 2021, as the appraisal district is behind on its valuations, Carrollton's Chief Financial Officer presented Tuesday. 

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In the days following Sarmistha Sen’s death, a memorial displaying flowers, candles and running shoes sprouted around a tree in her honor.

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As a part of their ongoing Recovery Mesquite efforts, the city of Mesquite announced Mesquite residents have access to a Spanish bilingual caseworker to aid them in submitting applications through Catholic Charities Dallas (CCD) for COVID-19 economic assistance funds for rental or mortgage p…

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While The Colony’s tax rate is a month away from being approved, the city is in line to have its 20th straight year of a rate decrease.

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The McKinney City Council approved on Tuesday a proposed tax ceiling rate for the fiscal year of 2020-21.

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The Coppell ISD Board of Trustees decided against further delaying the start of school after a discussion at its Monday meeting.

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An item aiming to amend a section of the Carrollton code of ordinances regarding dangerous dogs was pulled from the agenda Tuesday and will be considered at a later date. 

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Firefighting is a dangerous profession, and the city of Mesquite continues to do all it can to protect its firefighters with additional equipment, improved operations, and new facilities. From medical calls, to responding to major vehicle accidents on community streets and five major highway…

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During Monday night’s Mesquite City Council pre-meeting, Jeff Armstrong, director of planning and development services, discussed possible text amendments to the zoning ordinances regarding regulations for the types of hotels.

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The Plano City Council on Wednesday unanimously voted to repeal the Plano Tomorrow Plan, putting an end to a five-year debate between those who supported the city’s guide and those who didn’t.

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Before Tuesday night’s City Council meeting, Frisco Mayor Jeff Cheney took a trip to the city’s heritage museum.

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Sandy Lake RV Resort partnered with Metrocrest Services in Carrollton to host the “I’m all Gassed Up” event Aug. 1.  

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A 42-year-old woman from Murphy died Tuesday night following a vehicle crash on US 75, just north of Legacy Drive in Plano.

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Eight Texas Health hospitals and joint ventures, including Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano, were recently recognized by the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association for their advanced care of heart attack and stroke patients.

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Downtown McKinney is open for business! Our historic downtown features over 100 independently-owned small businesses. These businesses, and the owners behind them, are the heart of our Historic Downtown McKinney Cultural District. They give our downtown life and create a vibrancy that welcom…

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Following Gov. Greg Abbott’s July 27 proclamation that the early voting window for Nov. 3 elections would be expanded, election administrators in Denton and Collin counties have both issued early voting times covering Oct. 13 through 30.