Frisco News

The Frisco Planning and Zoning Commission on Tuesday recommended approval of a rezoning request that is expected to further enhance the area near Dr Pepper Ballpark. More
On Friday the American Heart Association, Frisco ISD Superintendent Mike Waldrip and President of the Board of Trustees John Classe presented Pink Elementary with the Heart Healthy School of the Year award. Pink Elementary is the first school in North… More
Prosper Education Foundation (PEF), the nonprofit organization that invests in the students, staff and schools of Prosper ISD, has hired Elizabeth Johnston as an executive director, its first full-time employee. More
Westbound Wade Boulevard has been closed at Ohio Drive due a broken water line. Because of water line and pavement repairs, the road will remain closed until about Jan. 29. More
A committee is recommending $345 million worth of projects for a possible bond election in May. More
The Frisco City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved measures that will allow for residential to be located within the Hall Park development. More
The inaugural Collin County Junior Livestock Show took place 47 years ago in a barn a fraction of the size of the current Myers Park in McKinney. And despite the urbanization of Collin County, the annual show has remained the… More
Stephanie Cleveland, a Navy veteran and resident of Red Bud Estates in Frisco, has announced the launch of her campaign for Place 4 on the Frisco City Council. More
Katie Hobbs is the founder and co-lead for Frisco Lovepacs, a local nonprofit that collects food for students who may not have enough to eat when school is out for the holidays. Her interest in the organization began in The… More
The 4th Floor of the Frisco Public Library will be closed on Saturday and Sunday for building maintenance and repairs, so there will be no access to quiet reading areas and study rooms. More
Twelve residents were displaced following an apartment fire that took place early Thursday. More
The President's Volunteer Service Award (PVSA) is the nation's premier volunteer awards program, encouraging residents to live a life of service through presidential gratitude and national recognition. More
Frisco Mayor Pro Tem Shona Huffman released the following press release regarding her plans to run for re-election on the Frisco City Council: More
Frisco City Councilman Bill Woodard has announced that he will see re-election to a second term in the Place 4 seat for the May 2019 election, according to a press release. More