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Frisco moves to Stage 3 water restrictions
Frisco will move to Stage 3 water restrictions at the request of the North Texas Municipal Water District, effective June 1.
Largest master-planned community in Frisco prepares for rapid growth
At 957 acres, Phillips Creek Ranch boasts the title of largest master-planned community in Frisco, and development is just getting started.
Saturday road closures set for Frisco Square
Many of the streets within the Frisco Square area will be closed 6-10 a.m. Saturday for the Prosperity Place Run & Family Festival.
Design of Rick Reedy High School nearly complete
The Frisco Independent School District board of trustees received an updated view of Rick Reedy High School at its regular meeting Monday as the design nears completion.
Frisco student with rare condition gets Alaskan cruise dream granted by Make-A-Wish
Pioneer Heritage Middle School student Austin Rice was greeted by cheers of "surprise!" from his classmates Tuesday not because it was his birthday, but because his wish was being granted -- literally.
Frisco Family Services meeting scheduled for May 23
Frisco Family Services is hosting its annual meeting on Thursday, May 23, at the Senior Center at Frisco Square, 6670 Moore St.
Frisco ISD releases proposed 2013-2014 budget: No change planned from current tax rate
Frisco Independent School District unveiled its proposed budget for the upcoming school year at a regular board of trustees meeting Monday -- a budget that includes the same tax rate as the current year.
Keating re-elected, bond sale for Fire Station No. 8 approved
Frisco City Council Member John Keating retained his Place 4 seat, and voters approved the issuance of $8 million worth of bonds for Fire Station No. 8 in the city's municipal elections on Saturday.
Accessible playground opens in Frisco Commons
After years of planning and a community-driven construction process, the city's first fully accessible playground opened Saturday to the visible excitement of parents and children alike.
Residents speak to Exide one-on-one at third public meeting
Local residents received the chance to speak to Exide Technologies officials and partners at the latest meeting regarding the company's demolition of its Frisco lead-acid battery recycling plant.
Election Day voting takes place Saturday
Early voting in Frisco ended Tuesday, and now residents will have to wait until Saturday's Election Day to place their ballots.
Keating, Colvin seeking voter support on Election Day
With early voting ending Tuesday, Frisco City Council Place 4 candidates John Keating and Hal Colvin are preparing for Election Day, which takes place Saturday.
Residents get years-long drainage issue fixed thanks to developer
For the past eight years, Gil Selasky dealt with an unsightly problem behind his backyard that wasn't just an eyesore, but also a potential health hazard.
Frisco police locate previously missing woman (updated)
Update: Frisco police have announced they have located Nicole Bayless and thanked residents for their help.
Frisco Commons entrance to be named after soldier killed in action
Cpl. Peter John Courcy died in Afghanistan in 2009, but the Frisco resident's memory will live on thanks to a vote by the City Council on Tuesday.
Council members vote against pay increase
The Frisco City Council voted against raising the city's compensation for the mayor and council members in a 3-2 vote at a regular meeting Tuesday.
Budding artist shows off talent
A young lady showed off her artistic side in a recent contest.
A little slice of Italy: Pizzeria Testa a hot spot in Frisco since opening in October
Rod Schaefer wanted to open an authentic Italian pizzeria in Frisco for years, but it took time for everything to come together. As the saying goes, however, good things come to those who wait.
Frisco Family Services gala draws large crowd
Frisco Family Service's 19th annual gala saw a substantial turnout Saturday, drawing an estimated 600 attendees and garnering a significant amount of donations and funds.
Norma's Café bringing 140 jobs to city
Norma's Café plans to open its Frisco location in about a month, and in doing so it will bring 140 jobs to the city.
Road closures schedules for Saturday concert, bike ride
Segments of northbound Dallas Parkway and other roads will be closed Saturday morning for the "MS 150" bicycle race, and portions of Frisco Square will be closed throughout the day for the Jimmy Buffett concert.
Centennial senior named honorable mention in national film contest
A Centennial High School student received a national accolade last week when he was named honorable mention in a C-SPAN filmmaking competition.
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