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In its upcoming Tuesday meeting, The Colony City Council will vote on whether to authorize a specific use permit (SUP) for a prospective thrift store whose proximity to Thrift Giant would otherwise violate zoning ordinances.

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CaptainDoug Yates is a police officer with over 26 years of police experience at the Mesquite Police Department. He has experience in patrol, criminal investigations, tactical, detentions, recruitment, training, technical services and firearms instruction.  Yates holds a master peace officer…

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As she explains in this Q&A profile, Little Elm Public Library’s library manager Lynette Roberson moved from corporate jobs to working in one of the most core bastions of public education: libraries.

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Rev. Kim Meyers joined St. Andrew’s United Methodist Church in Plano in 2013, starting as the Director of Children’s Ministry before being promoted to Associate Pastor. She is also a published author whose work centers on parenting.

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Lindsay McLennan is the Associate Principal for The Colony High School, a post she has held since 2018 following a two-year stretch as an Assistant Principal.

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Little Elm ISD hosted its inaugural "633 Run" on Saturday morning to honor Det. Jerry R. Walker, a Little Elm Police Officer who was killed in the line of duty on Jan. 17, 2017.

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A town hall was hosted Thursday evening by Plano officials, including Mayor John Muns, to raise civic engagement and awareness on the city’s 2021 Comprehensive Plan. Such efforts remain ongoing as city officials are requesting input from the community before changes to it get made.

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Frisco Police are investigating a crash that left a bicyclist in critical condition. The crash occurred just after 4:20 p.m. on Friday in the intersection of Independence Parkway and Sumac Lane, just north of Independence High School.

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The Celina City Council has approved a zoning item that will allow for multifamily uses on a 30-acre tract of land near Celina’s downtown.  

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A former McKinney man has been charged with federal violations related to his alleged participation in a scheme to file fraudulent loan applications seeking millions of dollars in forgivable Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans guaranteed by the Small Business Administration (SBA) under t…

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Residents will have a chance to vote on the new tax rate as early as Oct. 18.

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The Rowlett City Council approved changes to the development plan for the Bayside North Public Improvement District on Tuesday.

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The beginning of fall is upon us! The season started on a high note with the city’s signature Oktoberfest event in Downtown McKinney. The family-friendly event attracted thousands, and we want to thank everyone who joined in the fun.

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It has been 12 years since a zebra mussel infestation was first identified in Texas, but the fight against their spread continues.

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Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD trustees approved a resolution on Thursday that will allow the district to receive funding for students attending school virtually.