Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) continues to provide transit service while safeguarding its customers and employees in response to the current COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.
As we all deal individually with the COVID-19 crisis within our county, I hope we will continue to work together to help one another through this trying time.
The surge over the past two weeks in furloughs, layoffs and uncertainty due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis has resulted in an unprecedented need for emergency food assistance.
Due to the COVID19 pandemic, Hope’s Door New Beginning Center (HDNBC) has transitioned to providing victim services via online or virtual access through April 10.
In response to the call for social distancing and to emphasize the importance of following proper health and safety protocols, the Prosper Town Council took the unprecedented step of holding their March 24 council meeting on zoom.com, a video streaming service.
When it comes to addressing the current health crisis, citizens are hearing terms like social distancing, staying in place and self-quarantining. Apparently, in a twist of fate, children are now demanding that their elderly parents stay home.
McKinney realtor and Collin County Planning Board member Derek V. Baker on Friday filed a suit and restraining against Mayor George Fuller regarding new restrictions in the city's shelter in place order issued on Wednesday in response to increasing COVID-19 numbers.
Carrollton is beginning its budget process for the upcoming fiscal year, but several uncertainties have made it difficult for the city to make accurate projections.
The McKinney City Council voted during Tuesday’s special meeting to postpone the city’s special election for the recall of Council Member La’Shadion Shemwell. The election, ordered on Jan. 21 to be held May 2, has been moved to Nov. 3.
Denton County Public Health (DCPH) has announced 54 additional laboratory-confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Denton County, increasing the countywide total to 137 confirmed COVID-19 cases.
The town of Flower Mound is temporary lifting the following signage regulations in order to help Flower Mound businesses let customers know they’re still open during the declared disaster.
The city of McKinney has established a hotline and email address for residents to contact for questions or concerns related to city business amid the novel coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19). Four city employees will staff the hotline from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays.
The mayor’s office has designated the McKinney Farmers Market as an essential food supply provider and is allowing the market, with modifications, to continue during the shelter in place declaration.
Delia Parker-Mims has launched Community Connect, a communication portal that links resources offered and needed in County Commissioner District 3 during the COVID-19 pandemic.
On Monday, the Coppell ISD Board of Trustees approved a resolution to allow all district employees to receive their pay on time and in full while schools are closed.
Lovepacs Plano, a nonprofit food pantry, works with local schools to give breakfast, lunch and snacks to food insecure families.
Brooke Fossey has worked toward publishing a book for ten years. At 41, her debut book “The Big Finish,” is set to release on April 14, amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
Plano City Councilwoman Lily Bao is working with newly founded organization DFW Chinese American Relief for Epidemic (DFWCARE) to provide medical supplies to local hospitals.The group has raised over $100,000 within days and has donated thousands of medical supply units including masks and g…
Texas State Sen. Jane Nelson, R-Flower Mound, Thursday joined the Jane Nelson Institute for Women’s Leadership at the Texas Woman's University (TWU) in announcing a grant program to support women-owned businesses amid COVID-19.
The Celina City Council voted during a special meeting on Monday to order the postponement of the May 2 election to Nov. 3 – the next uniform election date – to vote for mayor and two council members.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, North Texas foundations and United Ways have quickly come together to create North Texas Cares, a funder collaborative that will provide support for organizations that work with people and communities most negatively affected by COVID-19.
Celina Office of Emergency Management has been notified by the Collin County Health Department, a 42-year-old man has tested positive for novel Coronavirus COVID-19.