On Tuesday, the New Mexico Bowl announced that it would be taking place this year in Frisco’s Toyota Stadium due to New Mexico’s current guidelines surrounding intercollegiate athletics and travel.
The Flower Mound Citizen Police Academy Alumni Association (FMCPAAA) has announced “Hot Dogs for Gift Cards” to benefit the Flower Mound Santa Cops program.
With a pandemic increasing the threat of homelessness, police officers from Lewisville, Flower Mound and The Colony will team up with the nonprofit Journey to Dream on Dec. 12 to serve at-risk teens in need of support during the holidays at the eighth annual Shop with Cop event.
Public access to new turf fields at Creekview and Ranchview high schools could be limited as several members of the Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD (CFBISD) voiced support for fencing the fields.
After months of completing various park improvements, the city of Plano’s Parks & Recreation Department announced that Lt. Russell A. Steindam Park is now open to the public.
On Dec. 12 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. the good little boys and girls of North Texas, ages 4 to 13, can tell Mrs. Claus and the elves at the North Pole their Christmas wishes.
The Coppell Lions is collecting food and toys for their 2020 drive. Tom Smith, Pravin Pansuria, Judy Conger (taking picture) and Fred Conger getting ready to collect items from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Dec. 12 at Frost Bank.
The Collin County Commissioners Court approved allocating an additional $2 million in funding from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act funding towards food and grocery assistance after using up most of the expenses that had been originally allocated for that type of use.
Jenny Proznik, trustee from Lewisville ISD, joined 26 other school board members from across Texas Nov. 12‐14 at the second session of the Leadership TASB class of 2021.
Lakeside DFW announced that an extended Lakeside Music Series and Tree Lighting Ceremony will be taking place from 5-9 p.m. Dec. 1 at The Shops at Lakeside located at FM 2499 and Lakeside Parkway in Flower Mound.
The Allen ISD Board of Trustees approved a memorandum of understanding on Nov. 18 that will signal the beginning of a partnership with Tarleton State University.
Denton County Commissioners Court to date has spent almost $5 million to help close the gap on food needs across the county during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Manish Sethi, trustee from Coppell ISD joined 26 other school board members from across Texas Nov. 12‐14 at the second session of the Leadership TASB class of 2021.
Police say a Carrollton man fatally shot his sister’s ex-boyfriend after the victim had confronted the family at their apartment Monday night.
The city held a socially-distanced ceremony showcasing Carrollton’s newly renovated Harold K. Bessire Park Playground (1117 Dentonshire Drive) on Nov. 21.
A North Texas state representative has filed a bill to the Texas Legislature that seeks to clarify an election judge’s ability to carry a handgun at a polling place.
Andrea Roy, Flower Mound’s director of economic development, has been selected as the director of development for the city of Bedford, according to a release from the city of Bedford.
The Carrollton Police Department is investigating a fatal shooting that occurred at an apartment in the 1600 block of E. Frankford Road.
North Texas transit ridership remains low compared to the previous year and has stayed flat, according to data recently presented to the Regional Transportation Council.
The Mesquite City Council has approved and adopted revisions to the Chapter 4 – Animal Ordinance that amends the City Code enforced by the Mesquite Animal Services Division.
James Brunson, a freshman at Lovejoy High School, served as a delegate to the Congress of Future Medical Leaders on Nov. 21-22.
Paige Dixon, a community volunteer, combat veteran and mother, announced her candidacy for Place 1 on the Lewisville Independent School District’s Board of Trustees. Dixon is a long-time Lewisville resident who has two children in LISD, according to a press release.
The city of McKinney’s Municipal Court has implemented the state’s first virtual criminal jury trial program for municipal courts to handle Class C misdemeanor cases during courtroom restrictions due to the Covid-19 pandemic.