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In light of COVID-19 concerns Coppell is cancelling the upcoming election for City Council Places 1 and 7 and is postponing the general munici…

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Carrollton is beginning its budget process for the upcoming fiscal year, but several uncertainties have made it difficult for the city to make…

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The McKinney City Council voted during Tuesday’s special meeting to postpone the city’s special election for the recall of Council Member La’S…

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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 …

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Like many governing bodies across North Texas, Little Elm ISD is moving its Board of Trustees election, which was set for May 2, to Nov. 3.

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The Allen Animal Shelter has been forced to close its doors to the public for now, but staff are continuing the mission to care for Allen’s st…

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The entire world is under a state of emergency due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 coronavirus.

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Every year around spring break local nonprofits make a push for food donations so they can provide meals for students who are on a free and re…

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The city of Rowlett held a virtual town hall Monday night that was broadcast live on Facebook. Mayor Tammy Dana-Bashian, City Manager Brian Fu…

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Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins issued an amended order prohibiting community gatherings, public or private, or 50 or more people, which was …

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Based on updates from the Centers for Disease Control, coupled with the advice of state and local health officials, Mesquite ISD has made the …

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Last Friday, Mesquite ISD announced that out of caution and at the advice of health officials, the district will extend expiring break through…

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Governor Greg Abbott on Monday announced that he has waived the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) testing requirements …

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Double Oak Mayor Mike Donnelly provided the following information about how the town is addressing the COVID-19, or the novel coronavirus:

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As events and classes are being canceled around McKinney, the business community is doing its part to stay informed and help keep their neighb…

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The city of Allen is taking precautions to protect residents from COVID-19 (coronavirus) by temporarily closing several facilities and canceli…

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Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins issued an amended order prohibiting community gatherings, public or private, or 50 or more people, which was …

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