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The Plano City Council saw two housing items in its Monday meeting. The first centered around short-term rentals and how the city aims to regulate these entities and prevent further nuisances and criminal activity.
The Plano City Council is slated to meet at 5 p.m. Monday, Jan. 23 to discuss short-term rentals located throughout the city.
Charlie Lin is a Plano resident and owner Churn and Bake, a new artisan creamery located at 2707 W 15th St suite C. His recipes tie in a variety of Asian flavors from his childhood, presenting them in a unique way.
Drivers in Plano may have noticed construction on Shiloh Road.
Six new homes are slated to fill open space on Los Rios Boulevard.
The Plano Police Department is still seeking tips to help identify a suspect involved in a robbery incident that occurred in December 2021.
Plano ISD held its "believe in the Dream" Martin Luther King Jr. celebration Thursday evening at Williams High School.
Young Professionals of Plano presents Live After 5, an opportunity to network with young professionals in the area and learn more about the Young Professionals of Plano (YPP) program.
The Prom Closet at St. Andrew is gearing up for another prom season as it readies dresses, shoes and accessories for incoming shoppers in February.
Plano’s State of the City is slated for 5:30 Feb. 9 at the Rodenbaugh Theatre at Willow Bend Center of the Arts. The event will celebrate 150 years of Plano as well as discussing the future of Plano.
Plano ISD is making history as the first school district in the nation to offer a joint collaboration with Toni & Guy to launch a hairdressing academy and cosmetology program for junior and senior students.